Aside from the Dine Out menus at different participating restaurants, there are also different events happening concurrently. Out of all, I was most looking toward to the “Street Food City”. Despite the weather not cooperating well, it didn’t stop people from coming out to this event.
By the time we got there, the crispy risotto balls were already sold out. I heard people asking about it and it seemed to be a very popular item. Hum… maybe next time!
|Wild Mushroom Soup|
|Slow Roasted Pork Sliders|
I was excited to see Holy Perogy (and also just to say the name over and over and over…) so it was just natural that we would order from it.
|Cabbage Roll & 4 Perogies|
We thought both of them were pretty good choices and I’m just happy that I finally got to check them out. There were other carts we wanted to try but decided to pass because we were kind of full and the wait was a bit crazy. Since the event was until Sunday, we went again the next day and tried two other carts.
This was one of the ones we wanted to try but didn’t the first time we went. Given that it was still early and quite rainy, there weren’t as many people – the timing was perfect.
You also get to choose a "pig" while you wait and they would call you by the name of the pig. It was so cute that I had to take a picture of it.
I passed by PazzaRella once when I was running an errand and have wanted to try it since. It has a stone stove built-in in the cart, which I thought was very unique.
It was another very nice meal and we were glad we decided to be back again. I thought the cart selections were quite nice. There were quite a bit of diversity and it was a convenient way to enjoy multiple carts at one location. There are still a couple carts I would like to try – guess we would have to hunt them down on the street. =)