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Celebrating Australia Day Again

Last Australia Day, I celebrated by having a really fun and playful meal presented in part by John Placko and Luke Hayes-Alexander. It was a great dinner, full of laughter and great food. This year, in conjunction with Tourism Australia and… Continue Reading →

Raijin Ramen

Raijin Ramen was the last of the full-on ramen shops to open these last few months. And it opened relatively quietly. So quietly, in fact, that I never have had to wait for a table, even after 6pm. This is… Continue Reading →

Santouka Ramen

Santouka opened with a lot of anticipation, and even a few days in to their soft opening, the lines were stretching out the door. To this day, waits are around 30 minutes or more. Despite the cold weather, many still… Continue Reading →

A(nother) Meal At The Hoof

Brandon Olsen is somewhere in middle America right now, driving across the country seeking adventure and delicious things. But back at the end of October, I sat down at The Black Hoof’s bar to make sure I got in one last… Continue Reading →

The Final Feast

I’ve eaten at The Feasting Room twice in the last few months and found great food and lovely people. With Chef Noah Goldberg turning out some tasty dishes and the ever agréable Mathieu Dutan working the room, it’s a strong duo. But they’re… Continue Reading →

Holy Chuck Burgers

I’m not a burger aficionado, but after trying several of the usual suspects around the city, I’ve settled on Holy Chuck as being my favourite. Their patties aren’t packed solid yet keep their shape when I eat it. And thankfully, I… Continue Reading →

Hogtown Throwdown

After seeing the poster for Group Of 7 Chefs’ Hogtown Throwdown, how could I resist? So on a hot and sticky afternoon in June at the Brickworks, I found out what Hogzilla vs Pigasus meant: 2 heritage breed pigs from Perth… Continue Reading →

Canoe Shack-Up – Martin Picard x Anthony Walsh

In April, Chef Martin Picard came to Toronto to promote his book, Au Pied De Cochon Sugar Shack, by cooking a dinner with Chef Anthony Walsh at Canoe. Now, four courses may seem like a small number, but this is… Continue Reading →

LUMA Lights It Up

Back in April, I had been frequenting LUMA a lot, as I found myself at the TIFF Lightbox for several movies in a short span of time. Thankfully, the food at LUMA is good and I was able to get… Continue Reading →

Weslodge Snacks

Meant for this to be a short photo-only post, but apparently, I had more to say. Went to Weslodge for dinner recently and had these very good sides and snacks. Wouldn’t hesitate to return for these guys and drinks.

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