Each delicious, flavour-filled packet is made by hand. First we make unconventional fillings with fresh, high-quality ingredients. Then we wrap it in exceptional dough and bake to a golden perfection. The result is an empanada: a delectable, hand-made creation.
Our recipes are inspired from around the world and each empanada’s name is reminiscent of its origins. For example, when you order a "2. Smith" you might think of the United Kingdom. A bite of a "6. Mariam" has distinctly South Asian taste. Our menu has a broad mix of eccentric tastes so diverse there’s something for everyone and it's always changing with new flavours.
There are four ways to make an order:
1. Catering. Catering orders can be made through our contact page.
2. Delivery. We use a delivery service so we can focus on what we’re best at: making delectable food.
3. Pick up. You can also make an order to pick up fresh baked or frozen empanadas and bake them in your own oven.
4. Supermarkets: We have partnered with SPUD.ca and Meinhardt supermarkets.
Flavour of the Month
Here’s your chance to have your own idea become our flavour of the month! Just write to us in our contact section and tell us what flavours you’d like us to make for you. If we pick it, you’ll get three free empanadas! Keep in mind you can submit for savoury or sweet empanadas or both! Don’t forget to suggest a name for your creation that connects the flavour to it’s origins.
History of Empanadas
These delicious packets of goodness originated in Portugal and Spain in the and crossed the oceans with early explorers to become a staple of most South American diets. They also made it to the Philippines. As a result, there are notable variations between European, Filipino, Columbian, Argentinian, Venezuelan, Mexican, Peruvian, Cuban, Chilean…you get the idea.
Variations of empanadas can also be found in other cultures. Just think of the Chinese dumpling, Japanese spring roll, German turnover, Portuguese pierogi, Italian calzone, Cornish pasty, Russian pirog, Indian samosa, British sausage roll and hand pie, Jamaican patty, Italian ravioli, Chinese wonton, Turkish manti, Indian siomay, German kartoffelknoedel, Swedish pitepalt, Russian pelmeni, Australian dim sim, Korean mandu, Taiwanese bawan, Nepali and Tibetan momo, American crab Rangoon and Georgian khinkali.