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Kal & Mooy is about to go bricks and mortar. Toronto’s first East African food truck has announced plans to open up a permanent eatery at 238 Queen St. West, setting up shop in the Queen St. Market alongside Bakeryhaus.

Kal and Mooy, Toronto’s only East African food truck, is bringing Somali home cooking to the sidewalks of Toronto. Ahmad Duale, a former truck driver, and his wife, Aisha Mohamed, hit the road in their little blue truck in May, finally realizing a long-held goal of taking their favourite recipes out of their kitchen and into the streets…

Kal & Mooy (@KalandMooy) Ahmed Duale and his wife Aisha Mohamed launched Kal & Mooy (“mortar and pestle”), the first Toronto food truck which sells Somali and East African food – with a twist. Their grand opening hit a small road bump when they realized their intended location (Queens Quay) was heavily under construction. The opening was relocated to Church and Gerrard by Ryerson University, where they are now frequently found…

From poutine burgers to mac and cheese balls, Torontonians chowed down on some of the best street food Ontario had to offer at the first Food Truck Festival Ontario on Sunday.

Ahmed Duale wants to save Toronto from a life of hamburgers and French fries and he’s certain a taste of chicken samosas, a heaping of spicy rice or a bite of a sabaya (like shawarma) wrap will do the trick.

That’s why the Somalian-Canadian is taking his food to the streets.

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