Sometimes you go to places for great food. Other times, you go to places because they’re cheap. Sometimes, you do so for both reasons. And sometimes you go just because it’s just a friendly, welcoming place. iBento is not incredible sushi by any means, but it is cheaper than any of those ‘Bento Noveau’ spots that you might find lurking around University campus. Better tasting, too, with much, much friendlier service.
Who doesn’t like burgers? Simple, cheap, and filled with meaty deliciousness.
Once upon a time, Krispy Kreme Donuts decided to invade Canada from the faraway land of the USA, and along with the invasion, brought with them the most deliciously airy godliness that is their original glazed donuts. They opened several factories that made fresh donuts, but due to poor business strategy (such as giving away too many free donuts), they went out of business and closed all their shops except for 1, in Mississauga.
Here’s their second attempt at inducting KK donuts into Canadian ranks. I say best of luck, and everyone should go try one before they decide to pack up and leave again.
Location: 215 Harbord Street, Toronto
Price: CHEAP! special promotion when I went – 50 cent premium donuts!
Went to a free trial for a class — ended up going way too early, so what was I supposed to do? I soon had to do copious amounts of exercise. Going to eat a greasy, fried poutine for an energy boost, of course!
Just a short write up this time. One of my friends asked me to write up a shawarma place, and on a whim, I decided I would head to Anoush, a Middle Eastern place for lunch. Fitting, as I soon had to write up a production review for a play concerning relations between immigrants from the Middle East and North Americans. This would get me in the ZONE.