As an evolving city, we're viewing how new development tasks tend to remove neighbourhoods of the indie business culture that provides them a distinguishable identity.
Generally we lose fragile food gems, like Tacos 101. In some full cases the restaurants move to other neighbourhoods, they proceed to the areas or close down completely.
But in rare circumstances, resilient owners have the ability to stay in the certain area. This is exactly what Enat Gulelat do.
Gulelat operated Ethiopiques, a little restaurant at the corner of Dundas Chapel and Street Road for eight years. There she built a faithful following credited to her flair to make vegetables central to the eating experience.
Whether you'd a plate of misr wot (spicy lentils) or gomen (kale leaves cooked with jalapeno and spoonfuls of garlic), it became evident that Gulelat's veggie meals were standouts in comparison to other available choices in the town.