Hey everyone. I took a little time off a couple weeks ago to explore the city and sample some of the best all day breakfasts this city has to offer to write an article for Toronto.com.
Just because most bowls of pho look the same, don’t be fooled! There’s definitely better and worse when it comes to pho. And while Vietnam Noodle Star’s name is a lie since there is no actual Vietnamese on the menu, their food is still pretty darn good.
Anyone that knows me knows that I unfairly hate on Vegetarian food and always have. That being said, as a food blogger I realized I had to expand my horizons, so with a little help I went to my first Vegetarian restaurant ever. Continue reading
I can’t believe I haven’t used this pun yet. A little while ago, I went to a Vietnamese restaurant that my Vietnamese friend claimed had high potential. I had to know the truth! So off we all went. Continue reading
Sabai Sabai is one of the latest projects by Nuit and Jeff Regular, who also had a hand in popular Thai restaurants such as Khao San Road, Suhkothai, and Pai. This restaurant focuses on small share plates in a tapas style, and has a casual yet energetic ambiance. Continue reading
There’s a lot of hype surrounding Richmond Station, the brainchild of Top Chef Canada Season 2 winner Carl Heinrich. I actually tried going to Richmond Station on three different occasions — each time, I was hit by a ridiculous wait time. For my third try, I finally made a successful reservation. What follows is my story. Continue reading
I’ve been walking by this restaurant too many times to not try it at least once. From what I’ve heard about Hiro, this place is a haven for authentic, traditional Japanese fare. Continue reading
Note: This brief write-up is a little more serious than usual! I’ll be posting an awesome video I found that really made me think more about what goes into my mouth.
My parents sang praise of a Malaysian restaurant and repeatedly advised that I go. Being a dutiful and loving son, I hastened to oblige.