Have you ever wanted to try traditional Tibetan cuisine and experience Tibetan culture? Do you want to see freedom and independence for the Tibetan people? Well now's your chance to support Tibetan independence simply by satisfying your cravings for delicious Tibetan food!
Join Students for a Free Tibet Canada in celebrating Tibetan cuisine in the name of Tibetan freedom, culture, and identity in Toronto's own "Little Tibet," the largest Tibetan neighborhood in Canada!
There will also be cultural performances, raffle draws for special prizes, Tibetan cooking demonstrations and much more throughout the day -- so don't miss out on SFT's first-ever Eat for Tibet food festival!
Restaurants participating and showcasing their delicacies are:
- OM Restaurant, 1439 Queen St W
- Himalayan Cafe, 1500 Queen St W
- Le Tibet, 1526 Queen St W
- Tsampa Cafe, 1528 Queen St W
- Tibet Kitchen, 1544 Queen St W
- Shangrila, 1600 Queen St W
Participating restaurants will donate 50 per cent of sales during the festival to Students for a Free Tibet Canada.
Proceeds will go to fund SFT Canada's important work for Tibet. Through education, grassroots organizing and non-violent direct action, SFT campaigns for the Tibetan people's fundamental right to freedom and independence.
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