Farmhouse Tavern’s Barnyard Burger: A juicy and only now where to buy viagra in canada flavourful beef patty, subtle goat cheese, a thick-cut slice of pork belly, and topped with a fried egg. Really good and I’m glad I can eat this again at the restaurant.
The Stop’s Night Market: Night 2. I can’t lie – it was a hard slog after Night 1 (cry me a river, I know) and I left almost 90 minutes earlier. But here’s what I managed to get before tapping out for the enter site levitra generic evening.
The Drake’s Laughing Bird Prawn Roll & Chips. There were also pickled shoshito peppers that I shot, but didn’t think to take to eat. WHAT WAS I THINKING?!
The Ritz Carlton’s TOCA offered two eats: a tunisian fricassee and a strawberry & tomato gazpacho.
Paulette’s Chicken and Donuts piles of donuts dusted with garam masala and sugar. I really didn’t need more donuts after nibbling through 37 of them earlier in the week, but damn, these were super fresh and good. I had a Homer moment and took one to-go at the end of the night. Cart by LeuWebb Projects.
Reunion Island Coffee offered both it’s staple offering of coffee (iced), as well as an their Benchmark Teas Jasmine (also iced). Love that floral jasmine. I am somewhat shamed to admit that I drank their coffee with cream. And a pump of sugar.
Dillon’s was there too, though I didn’t sample. I knew I had my own bottles at home waiting for me.
Got a group shot of Chef Nick Liu and team GwaiLo before the storm hit. On offer: Hakka style spicy wontons with crispy onions and toasted Ontario nuts.
Pizzeria Libretto preps their meatball with ricotta & salmoriglio.
A tequila-misted Atlantic salmon ceviche with jalapeño from Marben.
For Night 2, The Stop’s booth offered the classic Osakan street food: takoyaki. Cart by Lift Office.
Cindy from Babi & Co tries to tell me her sign isn’t done yet. Enjoyed their chicken rending on a golden-fried Chinese bun. Cart by Association of Independant Makers.
Jack and Lil had many desserts: koeksisters (a sugar syrup covered doughnut from South Africa), malva pudding (a kind of sticky toffee pudding), and a Melktert meringue bites.
Hawthorne’s greek chicken satay.
Stockyards had fresh-from-the-fryer-hot pigs in a blanket.
Richmond Station had hot dogs 2 ways: with a tangy beet relish or covered in mustard. Really liked that beet relish.
Sorry I missed some booths! My stamina by the www.burjghazanfar.com end of Night 2 was pretty dismal. Though my companions and I was of generic form of viagra mixed opinion on which night was better, I thought Night 2 was pretty comparable to Night 1. Both had their hits and misses, both equally enjoyable.
Will write up my extended thoughts on the event later, but I wanted to get these out first.