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Paramount Fine Foods restaurant located in North York, Canada offers expertly-made Middle Eastern food dishes. The food served here is completely Halal and is sure to satisfy any diner.

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North York, Canada

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Paramount Fine Foods restaurant located in North York, Canada offers expertly-made Middle Eastern food dishes. The food served here is completely Halal and is sure to satisfy any diner.

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CrescentRating: AAA

Cuisine

Middle Eastern

Halal Assurance

Halal certified restaurant

Opening Hours

Sunday - Thursday : 8:00am - 10:00pm / Friday - Saturday : 8:00am - 11:00pm

Address

2450 Sheppard Avenue E, North York, ON,, M2J 4W6

Website

http://www.paramountfinefoods.com

Phone

289 851 8883

Email

info@paramountfinefoods.com

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    Toronto, the beautiful capital of the province of Ontario, is one of Canada’s most mesmerising cities. The eclectic city is underrated, and we have no idea why! Home to some of the most incredible attractions and sites in the country, it's highly doubtful that you'd run out of things to do and see in Toronto. Muslims that plan to travel to Toronto will feel more than welcome due to the sizeable Muslim population that can be found here, especially in the Greater Toronto Area. There are numerous Halal restaurants and mosques in the city, so if you’re worried about finding Halal food in Toronto, or where to pray in Toronto, you don’t have to be! Find a Mosque near you in Toronto Find a Halal Restaurant near you in Toronto This guide on where to find mosques and prayer places in Toronto may only have some of the city’s most prominent masjids, but there are in fact countless other mosques and prayer places in Toronto.  The city even houses some of the oldest masjids in the country! Read on to discover some of the most popular and beautiful mosques in the city of Toronto!   1. Jami Mosque Picture Credit - architectonicto.blogspot.sg Located in the Greater Toronto Area, Jami Mosque, also known as the “Mother of all mosques in Toronto," is the oldest Islamic centre in Toronto and a well-known place of worship. Initially a Presbyterian church, the building was turned into a mosque. Jami Mosque today is visited by the Muslim community of the area for the five daily prayers, Friday Jumu’ah prayers and other occasions such as Eid, as well as several Islamic classes. The mosque also has prayer and wudhu facilities for women. Address: 56 Boustead Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 1Y9, CanadaOpening Times: Open throughout the dayContact: +1 416 769 1192   2. Muslim Association of Canada - Masjid Toronto Picture Credit - wikimapia.org Masjid Toronto is one of the city’s busiest mosques due to its great location in the heart of downtown Toronto. It serves Toronto’s diverse Muslim community, with students, tourists and those who work in the area making use of its facilities on a daily basis. Hundreds of people visit the mosque weekly to perform the five daily prayers as well as Jumu’ah on Fridays. The masjid has prayer and wudhu facilities for men and women, and also hosts a variety of religious class for men and women, young and old. Masjid Toronto has two locations, with the second one being Masjid Toronto at Adelaide. Address: 168 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5G 1C6, CanadaOpening Times: Fajr: Open for 1 hourMonday to Thursday and Saturday to Sunday: Opens 1 hour before Dhuhr and closes 1 hour after IshaFriday: Opens at 11am and closes 1 hour after IshaContact: +1 416 596 0507Website: www.masjidtoronto.com   3. Masjid Toronto at Adelaide Picture Credit - 30masjids.ca Masjid Toronto at Adelaide is the second downtown location of Masjid Toronto. Also conveniently located in close proximity to a number of the city’s busy districts, Masjid Toronto at Adelaide sees hundreds of worshippers each week. Like its first location, this masjid also hosts the five daily prayers and congregational Friday prayers as well as a few religious talks. This facility also has an area for women to take ablution and perform their prayers. Address: 86 Adelaide St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1K6, CanadaOpening Times: Open for 1 hourMonday to Thursday and Saturday to Sunday: Opens 1 hour before Dhuhr and closes 1 hour after IshaFriday: Opens at 11am and closes 1 hour after IshaContact: +1 647 748 4756Website: www.masjidtoronto.com   4. Masjid El Noor Picture Credit - facebook.com/Masjidelnoor Masjid El Noor is another of Toronto’s oldest Muslim organizations. While today the mosque serves the city’s Muslim community, the building was once used as a church. It has all five daily prayers and Jumu’ah, and has separate facilities for men and women. The masjid also offers Islamic classes, and hosts religious lectures after certain prayers. Address: 277 Scott Rd, Toronto, ON M6M 3V3, CanadaOpening Times: Open throughout the dayContact: +1 416 658 6667Website: http://masjidelnoor.ca/ Facebook | Twitter   5. TARIC Islamic Centre Picture Credit - facebook.com/taricmosque The Toronto and Region Islamic Congregation or better known as the TARIC Islamic Centre is one of Toronto’s largest and oldest Islamic centres, serving thousands. Due to its great location at one of the city’s busiest intersections, and due to its beautiful, eye-catching exterior, it is also one of the most recognised landmarks of Toronto. The current facility houses prayer facilities for men and women, as well as a library and gymnasium. In addition to the five daily prayers and Friday prayers, the centre also hosts numerous Islamic classes and other religious programs for the community. Address: 99 Beverly Hills Dr, North York, ON M3L 1A2, CanadaOpening Times: Open throughout the dayContact: +1 416 245 5675 Facebook   6. Masjid Omar Bin Khatab Picture Credit  - masjidomarbinkhatab.org Established in 1992 in the downtown Toronto area, Masjid Omar Bin Khatab is well known for serving one of the largest youth populations in the area. The masjid has all five daily prayers and Jumu’ah prayers in addition to various youth programs and religious classes. Address: 234 Parliament Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 3N6, CanadaOpening Times: Open throughout the dayContact: +1 416-861-9288Website: www.masjidomarbinkhatab.org  Facebook   7. Madinah Masjid Picture credit - madinahmasjid.ca Located in the heart of Toronto, Madinah Masjid has long been welcoming the city’s large and diverse Muslim population with open arms. The beautiful mosque is not only one of the city’s oldest but also one of its biggest. The masjid has prayer halls for men and women, and holds the five daily prayers, Friday prayers, Eid prayers and more. Madinah Masjid also has an Islamic school and hosts a variety of religious programs, for those on Hifz (Qur'anic memorisation), to even Da'wah programs. Address: 1015 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4J 1M1, CanadaOpening Times: Open throughout the dayContact: +1 416-465-7833Website: http://madinahmasjid.ca/ Facebook | Instagram On your next Halal trip to Canada, the HalalTrip Mobile app is the only app you need! It’ll help you find mosques and prayer places in Toronto near you, in addition to pointing out some of the best Halal restaurants in the city. The app will also assist you in narrowing down the top places to visit if you’re only in the city for a short while, making sure you cover the best of the best of what Toronto has to offer. More on Halal food in Toronto More on Canada...

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    Canada is often a place that tourists tend to skip over when picking vacation spots, but those people are missing out on a trip of a lifetime! Canada is a massive country with everything you could want to see and do on vacation, be it adventure or thrill-seeking opportunities, or relaxing in charming countrysides or on even on magnificent beaches. There are also many reasons why Muslims love to travel to Canada, namely, the availability of Muslim-friendly facilities and the feeling of being welcomed. Islam is the second largest religion in Canada, standing at 3.2% of the population, after Christianity. This means that there's no shortage of anything you could need to fulfil your requirements without compromising your faith Here are the top reasons to visit Canada in 2018:   1. It Has Incredible Nature & Wildlife Canada is one of the best places to witness the elegance and beauty of nature – and revel in the magnificence of Allah's creations. With brooding snow-capped mountains, incredible road trails, and craggy beaches around the country, it is any nature lover's dream come true and there is no shortage of things to do and see in Canada. Enjoy the magnificent views of the mountains that serve as a backdrop for the city of Banff, or kick back and relax on the stunning beaches of British Columbia. And let's not forget the renowned Niagara Falls in Ontario, something you definitely cannot miss on your Halal travel to Canada. And you can even see the famous natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights straight from the backyard of a home in Albert! Canada is also home to some of the world's most incredible wildlife. The vast, sprawling environments of these animals that remain unaffected by humans gives these animals a chance to thrive in their natural habitats. You can spot grizzly bears in the Great Bear Nature Tours in British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest, snorkel with beluga whales in Churchill, see Walruses in the Community of Hall Beach in the Arctic, and so much more!   2. There Are Festivals Galore Picture Credit - www.facebook.com/CelebrationOfLight/ Not only are there amazing natural landscapes, wildlife tours, and incredible shopping in Canada, there are also plenty of fascinating festivals that take place around the country throughout the year. Taking part in these festivities gives you a chance to mingle with the locals and learn a little bit more about the culture and traditions of this fascinating country. Picture Credit: Carnaval De Quebec From comedy and art to food, children's festivals, and county fairs, there's something happening somewhere to suit your personal interests. Some of the most famous events to take place in Canada include the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Winterlude Festival in Ottawa, the Celebration of Light festival in Vancouver, the Quebec Winter Carnival in Quebec, and so much more. Check out the local listings in the particular cities you plan to visit to see what festivals are taking place during your time of visit.   3. It Is Full of Heritage and Culture History or culture isn't exactly what a tourist think of when they think Canada, but the country has a deep a rich heritage that you can explore on your travels. The amazing part about each city in Canada is that they are all distinct and offer entirely different opportunities to explore, activities, adventure, and more. In today's world of artificially created attractions that can take away the authenticity of experiences to be had, this is truly a breath of fresh air. Explore the charm of French-speaking Quebec, which seems like a quaint town in rural France, or head to Toronto to live it up amongst the city folk. You can also experience the history of Canada by visiting these ancient Canadian attractions that have been gazetted as National Historic Sites such as Fort York and Dundurn Castle in Hamilton, Ontario, the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in Vimy, Canada, Pier 21 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and more. There are also many places where you can take yourself back to the olden days and participate in activities like being a soldier for a day at the Halifax Citadel National Historical Site in Nova Scotia, or experience the culture and heritage of the Anishinaabe people at the Pukashwa National Park in Northern Ontario.   4. The Locals are Friendly The friendliness and hospitality of Canadians is often a popular theme in pop culture and TV shows, but the best part is that this theory is actually rooted in reality! Canadians are some of the most welcoming people in the world, and who better to represent this than their prime minister Justin Trudeau, who not only allowed refugees into the country but welcomed them at the airport by saying “You are home”. Not only does Canada have an incredible infrastructure, it is also one of the safest countries to travel with a relatively low crime rate. As Muslim travelers, you would not have to feel out of place because of the significant Islamic population who live here as well. You can allow yourself to be completely yourself on your Halal holiday in Canada!   5. There's Amazing Halal Food With a large population of Muslims scattered all over the country, there is no doubt that you will be able to find amazing Halal food all across the country. Obviously, there will be more options in cities with a dense population of Muslims like Ontario, but you should have a few choices no matter where you go. You can find a range of cuisines from local food to Middle Eastern, Asian, and more at food trucks to fine dining in Canada. Make sure to try the unique dish “Poutine”, which has even been touted to be the National dish of Canada, although not officially. Here are some of the top Halal restaurants in Canada:   Affy's Premium GrillTry their premium grills and steaks, and also their non-alcoholic daiquiris and coladas.(Address: 2200 Brock Rd C2, Pickering, ON L1X 2R2, Canada. Phone: +1 905-239-5415, Website: www.affysgrill.com/) BachirA Lebanese restaurant raving reviews for their delicious shawarmas, falafel, and Middle Eastern desserts.(Address: 54 Boulevard René-Lévesque O, Ville de Québec, QC G1R 2A4, Canada. Phone: +1 418-523-8383) Chinese Halal Restaurant This charming Chinese restaurant is known for its delicious Halal Chinese food in Canada. Make sure to try their lamb dishes!(Address: 101 Ravel Rd, North York, ON M2H 1T1, Canada. Phone: +1 416-498-9800) Al-Watan Tandoori Halal Restaurant This simple restaurant in Vancouver might seem unassuming, but is one of the best Halal eateries in Canada serving amazing Indian and Pakistani cuisines.(Address: 6084 Fraser St, Vancouver, BC V5X 3T3, Canada. Phone: +1 604-324-6378) 7 Peppers GrillThis is a Syrian Halal restaurant in Nova Scotia has incredibly friendly service and even better food!(Address: 6290 Quinpool Rd, Halifax, NS B3L 1A5, Canada. Phone: +1 902-431-2727) Get more information on Halal food in Canada through the website: www.canadianhalalfoods.com/   6. You'll Have Plenty of Places to Pray Picture Credit - baitunnur.org As we've already mentioned, Islam is the largest minority in the country, which means there are plenty of prayer places in Canada. Not only are there many mosques scattered all over the country, many places also accommodate Muslims by having prayer rooms and even specially designed restrooms to suit the needs of Muslims. 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Anywhere you go, you should be able to find maple syrup-themed goodies and treats, from cookies and cakes to maple-treated meats, and so much more. Make sure to try them all, and maybe even stock up on a few of them to bring back as souvenirs! For more destination ideas on where to travel in 2018, check out our travel blog or download the Halaltrip Islamic Travel App to find locations of halal restaurants and mosques near you....



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