tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7006910035268503192.post293112554618811277..comments2017-09-24T13:42:40.491-04:00Comments on Spice City Toronto: Excellent halal grilled meat across from the Danforth mosqueSpice City Torontohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/18064491744195858218noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7006910035268503192.post-32952290936758538602011-11-14T17:20:16.836-05:002011-11-14T17:20:16.836-05:00I used to live in the East End, and I stopped here...I used to live in the East End, and I stopped here at least twice a week to pick up food to take home. I think their nans are the best in the city, and their chana masala is fantastic. I loved the food here, and now that I'm living in the West End, I miss it. In fact, this past Sunday I made the trip out just for the foot long kabob/nan sandwich. Loved it!Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7006910035268503192.post-34708120478928587272011-10-20T13:08:49.731-04:002011-10-20T13:08:49.731-04:00Stick to the Tandoori items and you're set. T...Stick to the Tandoori items and you're set. The other curries are too greasy. But their chicken tikka, foot-long kabobs and tandoori naan are amongst the best in the city.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7006910035268503192.post-18729628940954064092011-10-18T20:37:36.443-04:002011-10-18T20:37:36.443-04:00Wow. I can't believe someone else found this g...Wow. I can't believe someone else found this great gem. Makkah serves some of the best indian/pakistani food in the east end. A couple of my favorites are the chicken tikka and lamb vindaloo. They're also willing to make things spicier upon request. Oh and they also deliver!Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com