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Toronto Desi/Indian groceries

tex.s.toast | Jan 14, 201912:08 PM     8

Looking for suggestions on where to shop for an upcoming visit - will be in town for Family Day and, inspired by a recent family trip, I'm looking to shop for a chaat party. If anyone had useful intel on where to shop for a mixture of pre-prepared items (samosas for example) and some pantry staples like sev/boondi and chutneys masalas (or component parts).

Proximity to the East Side is preferred - willing to hit up a suburb if need be, have visited Gerrard St (Ave?) before but am not familiar with any of the specific options there.

Would be amenable to a delivery option too if there was a solid choice (i know folks in NYC who use similar services and figured TO must have an analogous option).

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