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Amaya empire to expand into the lucrative kiddie birthday biz with Bazaar: Global Food Bar

It seems the man behind Amaya is no longer satisfied with merely serving Indian food. According to a story in The Grid, Hemant Bhagwani will be exploring the rest of the globe with the multi-culti kid-friendly Bazaar: Global Food Bar, opening on Mount Pleasant in December (see a rendering on Twitter). Bhagwani envisions the place as a Chuck E. Cheese alternative for Toronto’s cultural mosaic, complete with a chalkboard-walled party room, a gift shop and—of course—an in-house psychic. The restaurant will serve a hodgepodge of Italian, Indian, Middle Eastern and Mexican cuisine: think kimchi burgers and butter-chicken pizza, which will presumably appeal more to the adults. Construction starts next week on the site vacated last month by Lai Toh Heen. Read the entire story [The Grid] »

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