Fab Fried Tongue in Toronto

The fried tongue sandwich at People’s Eatery in Toronto is one of the city’s best, says Toronto Life magazine. It’s served simply, on a pretzel bun with French’s mustard.

The Chinatown restaurant’s Jewish-Chinese menu stretches from latkes and “deli whitefish salad” to Peking duck and spicy General Tso Fu tofu.

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Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward.

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