Seasoned foodies and culinary philistines alike can rejoice come January 27th because Winterlicious is finally back in town! Ever since its inception in 2013, this 13-day long food extravaganza has offered Torontonians the opportunity to dine at some of the city’s finest establishments without having to foot a steep bill. This year, more than 220 restaurants are scheduled to participate, making it the largest Winterlicious yet. The appeal of the festival lies in its affordable pricing scheme; lunch and dinner are offered as fixed menus at three different price points. Lunch menus are $18,$23, and $28, and dinner menus are $28, $38, and $48. With such a wide selection of price points and restaurants to choose from, you might assume that space is plentiful and reservations are not necessary – but think again! Restaurants seats fill up fast, so make your reservations while you still can. But if you don’t manage to snag a seat at the hottest spot in town, don’t fret! Winterlicious also offers patrons the opportunity to partake in a host of other culinary-based activities. This year’s most promising event looks to be A Decadent Taste of Canada. Described as an “immersive and entertaining culinary experience”, this night-long bash is hosted at the breathtaking Palais Royale in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday. On the night of, you’ll be able to enjoy all that Canadian cuisine has to offer; from oxeye daisy capers (a Northwest Territiories delight) to Evangeline bouillabaisse (a Nova Scotian specialty) the whole country is at your fingertips. We here at SHE have compiled a list of 3 of the most enticing South Asian restaurants available on this year’s roster. Read on for a brief description of each restaurant, a summary of what people are saying on Yelp, and what you’ll be paying. As the French would say, bon appétit!