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Summerlicious returns to Toronto with amazing and affordable food!

From July 7 to 23, enjoy three-course pre-fixe meals at incredibly low prices at over 200 Toronto restaurants. The summer foodie favourite is back again this year with some amazing choices!

The festival requires reservations to be made at the desired restaurants in advance. You have the choice between three price ranges for both lunch and dinner.
Lunch: $18 | $23 | $28 Dinner: $28 | $38 | $48

Take your pick according to whether you just got that pay check or are waiting on one! Nonetheless the meals are catered to impress no matter what price range is chosen.

Here are some Indian restaurants that you might want to try while Summerlicious lasts.

Indian Street Food Co, located on Bayview is an Instagram favourite for Indian food. The snack-esque themed restaurant features the most amazing decor and the food is always set up to look stunning for those instas. If you've always wanted to try this delight, then take advantage of their Summerlicious menus!

Diwan, the famous Indian restaurant at our very favourite Aga Khan Museum is also participating in Summerlicious. The interior stunning and gives the feeling of escape to the middle east. If fancy is what you like in your eating out pleasures then this is the place for you! The restaurant is offering only lunch with Summerlicious this year so be sure to take advantage.

Matagali, ever wondered what a mix of thai and indian food would be like? Well wonder no more, because this Thai x Indian fusion restaurant is offering the lowest of the 3 course deal for lunch dinner this Summerlicious. Take opportunity and try a new style of cuisine.

When it comes to food and Indian restaurants we can all just go on and on and on. Apart from Indian cuisine, Toronto is abundant in worldly cuisines giving us the opportunity to try food from all different cultures! Summerlicious will only be valid till July 23rd so we highly recommend taking the opportunity to try the different cuisines and cultures Toronto has to offer!

Which cultures food will you be trying this month?

By Maheen Malik

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