Kothu Fest is Happening in Toronto at Yonge-Dundas Square!
After a break, the much anticipated Kothu Fest is back on Sat. July 28th, 2018.
Ara Ehamparam
Business Owner
Toronto, Canada
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For the first time ever, Kothufest, which held successful festivals in Scarborough, will be heading to the heart of the downtown core at Yonge-Dundas Square! Join us on July 28th for this unique food and culture festival evolving around the beloved Sri Lankan streetfood : Kothu Roti!

Beyond celebrating Kothu Roti, Kothu Fest aims to engage Toronto’s diverse and mainstream communities by showcasing popular Kothu Roti vendors and emerging local artists!

This FREE event will:

· Showcase some of Toronto’s most renowned and popular Kothu Roti vendors
· Amazing entertainment from diverse and emerging artists
· And your choice to crown the "People’s Choice – Best Kothu Roti Award"

Kothu Fest promises to be one of the best food festivals of the summer! This is one event you don't want to miss!

You can sign up to get regular updates at http://www.kothufest.com/.


Take a look at a promo video from the last event:

Ara Ehamparam
Business Owner | TamilCulture.com
Toronto,  Canada
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