I recently had a hankering for some fried chicken, and believe it or not I’ve never had the pleasure of consuming chicken and waffles. I sought out a place to fulfil my desires, and found the Home of the Brave.
It’s been too long since I made a restaurant name pun.
While Jeff is away, the employee/volunteer(s) will play..! And by play I mean work, so expect lots from me this week, including an out-of-continent special *cue gasps*
Cheap and delicious eats near UT campus? Here’s one.. sort of: Continue reading
When you don’t want to wait in line for an hour, a nice humble abode you can go to that offers some delicious fare is Koyoi! Not quite as loud and exciting as Guu, but they have a variety of alcoholic beverages, Japanese beers on tap, a reserved and quiet atmosphere, seating you don’t have to wait for, and most importantly, good grub (with bigger portions and cheaper prices, if I may add)!
A place I’ve been going to a lot ever since my first year at university is Gabby’s. Now, while their old Bloor street location ‘closed’ recently, a new one opened up pretty much right next to it. I was curious, and I wanted to foodblog. Win win scenario!
I bet everyone who writes about Guu includes a terrible pun using the restaurant’s name. Who am I to break tradition?
One fateful Friday evening, my friend asked me if I would like to chill at the new Café Mirage that had opened recently in Richmond Hill close to the Destiny Café and the Go for Tea. Recalling pleasant experiences at the Kennedy Commons location, I agreed.