SURREY, BC – June 10, 2021 – Created by Discover Surrey to highlight the South Asian and multicultural cuisine in Surrey, the Spice Trail includes over 30 restaurants, cafes and retail stores all anxious to show off their specialties. When you think about your favourite restaurant, you probably remember more than just the food. A great dining experience is about the way it makes you feel, and on Surrey’s new Spice Trail, you’ll feel like family.
“The city of Surrey is world-famous for welcoming people from across the globe,” says Franklin Jackson, Chair of the Board of Directors for Discover Surrey and General Manager at Civic Hotel, “We’re excited to introduce the Surrey Spice Trail to visitors from neighbouring communities and beyond, providing a memorable experience and opportunity to submerge themselves in all the unique tastes and flavours that Surrey has to offer”.
This delicious self-guided tour has been laid out over Surrey’s six neighbourhoods, including North Surrey, Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton, South Surrey and Cloverdale. And is then further organized by ethnicity, vegetarian options, and style, such as South Asian street food.
Highlights of the Spice Trail:
Southern India – Kerala Kitchen: Beef Ularthiyathu (dry roast) and dosa (Indian style crepes)Northern India – Apna Chaat House: Golgappa and Sev puri (street snacksCaribbean – Di Reggae Café: Jamaican patties and Oxtail stewMalaysian – Meks Delight: Thai red curry and Teh tarik (pulled tea)Nepalese – Spice of Nepal: Gorkha spinach chicken and Chicken momos jhol (dumplings)Afghani – Afghan Kitchen: Mantu (dumplings) and the lamb shank
Visit www.SpiceTrailSurreyBC.com for more information including an interactive map, travel-blog descriptions of each restaurant and tips on how to get more out of your dining experience.