I have 8 highschool students visiting from Japan, spending 3 days/nights in Toronto.
They are planning to do barbeque one night, stone-oven pizza one night,and are asking for good (or great:)) AYCE for the third night.
They are on a study tour (visiting old age homes) so food is not extremely important, but at the same time I don't want to feed them garbage.
They don't want Japanese food (naturally), nor anything Asian, which they can eat chep back home.
I don't know how exotic they'd be willing to try but I'm suspecting Ethiopian may be too much of a challenge for them, for example. (I've had visitors from Japan try sourdough on one occasion and almost half of the group could not take it)
Anywhere in the GTA will do, all of them are under drinking age, none vegetarian, two cannot drink milk, one allergic to shrimps/prawns and crabs.
They are also visiting other provinces including Quebec, so I don't have to worry about offering them other provinces' specialities (e.g. poutine).
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