In 2017, the authors set out to discover Toronto's international cuisine. Over twelve months, and without ever leaving the GTA, they dined at restaurants serving the cuisines of nationalities from A to Z. They started with Afghan food, and ended with Zimbabwean. They met with Syrian refugees, relaxed in a Russian bathhouse, drank tea with Yemenis, learned how to prepare Tibetan momos, and delighted in freshly baked Armenian pizza. Most of the restaurants they visited cost less than $10 per person for a healthy, delicious, kid-friendly meal and, more often than not, they were treated as honoured guests in the small, family-run businesses of Torontonians from all over the world. They discovered a world of new cuisines and, above all, they discovered their own city. This culinary adventure is inspirational, and proves that family-friendly dining can be fun, adventurous, healthy and delicious.