There are a plethora of dining options at the J-Town plaza. For this post, I’ll be covering Green Tea Lounge!
Recently, I’ve been spending a lot of time working on a very important article for me. Japanese food has always been my favourite, and while this list that I’ve written for Toronto.com is by no means exhaustive, I do think it has some of the best Japanese cuisine you can find in the city. Continue reading
My parents used to take me to J-Town to reward me for good behaviour. I always loved this place — not too large, but it felt a little bit like a culinary playground with its amazing bakery, curry, meat shop, sushi stand, and mini-fish market. On this trip, we ended up scoring some amazing lunch specials at the meat market (WAGYU BEEF DON) and By the Sea.
My parents sang praise of a Malaysian restaurant and repeatedly advised that I go. Being a dutiful and loving son, I hastened to oblige.
I remember when this spot used to be a Wasabi… anyways, this place is a little like Day and Night, but it’s cheaper, is less high class, and has no foie gras on the menu. But sometimes a strange combination of AYCE plus a special menu item is all you need to sate your appetite.
With my good friend Jack in tow, whom I normally eat lunch with on Mondays, I headed towards our usual Monday Lunch spot. And then I remembered that I now had a food blog. Perfect.
Before you run away do let me explain! I’m just a guy who really likes food, and I’ve decided to document my ventures to various establishments on a lovely quest to discover deliciousness (and not so deliciousness, sadly, but it’s part of the job). My friends hear me raving about the good places all the time anyways, so I decided the next feasible step would be to show the people of the interblags. 🙂 I have a few simple goals. Continue reading