announced that its last a la carte dinner service will be on Oct. 6, after which the restaurant will focus on tasting menus. The restaurant will also act as a venue for private dinners and other special events. Keriwa’s first tasting menu will take place on Oct. 13, then on select evenings afterwards. The tasting menus will change monthly.">

Keriwa Cafe ditches a la carte dinner service in favour of tasting menus


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Parkdale’s tribute to Aboriginal cuisine, Keriwa Cafe, has just announced that its last a la carte dinner service will be on Oct. 6, after which the restaurant will focus on tasting menus. The restaurant will also act as a venue for private dinners and other special events. Keriwa’s first tasting menu will take place on Oct. 13, then on select evenings afterwards. The tasting menus will change monthly.

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