It was a warm afternoon and I was seeking something lighter. While I’d usually pass on a chicken sesame salad, the green papaya listed as an ingredient seemed to catch my fancy.
Hot and fresh donuts dusted with sugar and cinnamon from Little Nicky’s Coffee.
I finally made a second visit to Khao San Road and eat some favourite dishes from Chef Nuit’s previous restaurant.
I eat at Yuzu a lot. So much so that I have earned my chopsticks there and their mobile site is my handiwork. But a friend and I agreed: fresh fish, great service, and a comfortable space. Certainly, this isn’t the cheapest sushi in town, but both of us felt that it was definitely good value.
You’d think that the city couldn’t possibly sustain yet another dedicated cupcake shop, but clearly I’m in the minority.
Toronto’s first sake brewery (appropriately located in the Distillery District) has hung its sugidama above the door, so I belly up to the Ontario Spring Water Sake Company‘s tasting bar on a sunny afternoon to see what they have to offer.
Watching Francisco Alejandri work reveals the care and effort he puts into the preparation of his delicious dishes at Agave Y Aguacate.