Party in the Park – June 25

Congratulations to a successful Party in the Park event on Sunday, June 25th! Despite the sporadic weather, vendors, visitors, and community members were in high spirits! Our caters’ Trinidad Doubles and Libyan cookies were hits!

Come taste them for yourself at our next event!


Menu Updated for Summer 2017

Hello everyone, our menu has been updated to include new prices and items from our members! Check it out!

Please note that new prices will be applied to orders placed after July 1st, 2017. When placing an order, please provide a phone number, contact name, and make sure to confirm your invoice!

Please provide 3 business days notice for orders.

Thank you!

– Regent Park Catering Collective Team


Mentioned in Globe and Mail article

The Regent Park Catering Collective was featured in an Globe and Mail article on Friday, March 18th, 2016. Here’s the quote:

And, as in the fall edition, each spring session will end with a meal provided by the Regent Park Catering Collective, a group of residents that organized themselves into a social enterprise about two years ago.

One night they had mandazi, a Swahili fried dough made with coconut milk and flavoured with cardamom. Another, it was rice flavoured with korarima, a seed in the ginger family.

Also feature are Sureya, our coordinator, and Ibrahim, a member of the catering collective.

Thank You!

Samples of the food we made to celebrate this year's International Women's Day!

Samples of the food we made to celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day!

Thank you everyone who has been ordering from us! We really appreciate your support, especially with spreading the word about food. Comments like the one below really make our day!

“I just wanted to send a quick note thanking you for the catering last week. The group really enjoyed it and the food was excellent!”

September 18th Food Competition

Food Competition

On Friday, September 18th, Rukhsama and Irum competed in The Apprentice: Community Cooking Challenge sponsored by the Toronto Public Health and hosted by the Paintbox Catering and Bistro. Three teams of two, competed in a high stakes battle to take home the much sought after title. Contestants were asked to prepare two dishes of their choice, taking into consideration factors such as nutrition, taste, presentation and spices. A panel of four judges tasted each dish, evaluating the cooks on their creativity and cooking talents. The competition was tough but in the end, Access Alliance Community Health Centre was the victor. Everyone enjoyed a delicious meal and can hardly wait for the next challenge.

Thank you to Chris Klugman and the team from Paintbox and Nicole Welsh, Director of Healthy Communities – Toronto Public Health, for judging.