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.
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
Recently, I went to the TO Food Fest and ate pretty much EVERYTHING.
Though Le Cafe Michi also has great sushi, our trip to this small establishment the other day was for another coveted part of their menu: the yummy, if slightly pricey cakes.
This goes out to you, ladies. (And all the guys who might need a snazzy, if pricey date venue…)
Sometimes, it’s not about dinner, lunch, breakfast, or brunch. Sometimes, you just want a sweet and healthy snack, and ice cream just won’t do! When that time comes, think of frozen yogurt, or froyo — a delicious and healthy alternative to ice cream!
When blogging one restaurant isn’t enough (and when you forget to take entrance pictures for both…) it’s time for a special update with two for the price of one!
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!