Fusion

OddSeoul

OddSeoul

After two year’s of having opened its Toronto doors on Ossington street, OddSeoul continues to deliver on their promise of a great late-night snack bar, with good drinks, food and a terrific ambiance.

Lisa Marie

Lisa Marie

Close to 3 months ago a new trendy restaurant, with an homage to Elvis, opened its doors to Toronto crowds. Lisa Marie, an inspiration by the creator and owner of the famous Fidel Gastro’s food truck, was born.

Banh Mi Boys Sandwich Shop

Banh Mi Boys Sandwich Shop

The famous Vietnamese sandwich shop, opened for just over a year, has been luring the Queen West crowds with their fantastic take on Asian-fusion street food. So much so, that the Chau borthers, owners of Banh Mi Boys, are set to open a new location on Yonge and Gerard this month. Banh Mi Boys has [...]

Richmond Station

Richmond Station

So, young Chef Heinrich has been getting mixed reviews on his newly opened Richmond Station restaurant in the financial district. If you’ve watched Top Chef Canada, then you know who he is. If you haven’t, then you are about to discover what he is all about and how Heinrich has raised to fame from his [...]

Lamesa Filipino Kitchen

Lamesa Filipino Kitchen

“La Mesa” means table, in Tagalog. It also has the same meaning in Spanish. And just as multicultural as its name, is the food you find at the new Queen and Bathurst spot offering a modern take on Filipino cuisine.

Guu Izakaya

Guu Izakaya

    Guu Izakaya its not just a restaurant. It’s a culture.

93 Harbord (Closed)

93 Harbord (Closed)

Today’s topic? Figs at 93 Harbord. Ok, a bit of a stretch, but this was definitely my topic ingredient the night I visited this restaurant for the first time.

Delux (Closed)

Delux (Closed)

It’s quite a delight to find restaurants that truly give you a run for your taste buds. It’s even better when those same restaurants explore with different types of cuisines, without being afraid to be boxed into a “specialty”.

Lee Restaurant

Lee Restaurant

  Working in the King West area, one definitely feels like royalty when indulging in any of the fabulous restaurants located on the King West strip. LEE, a masterpiece by chef Susur Lee, happens to be one of those restaurants where one can easily get to indulge in at lunch time.