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So Very Grand

Might as well wrap up my Parkdale posts-in-limbo with Grand Electric. Chef Colin Tooke and Ian McGrenaghan’s place has been on fire since it opened with 2-hour waits. Reminiscent of Big Star in Chicago (these ex-Black Hoof kids went and did some recon… Continue Reading →

Chantecler

The most subtle and interesting twists of Asian-influenced dishes have come across the pass of this restaurant, presided by Chef Johnny Poon.

Mot Na Son's Chip-cut Noodle Soup

I love Mot Na Son and since Chris Nuttall-Smith already got the other points covered (you’re welcome Chris!), I thought I’d just wax on about my favourite dish from this small restaurant: number nineteen – the traditional Korean chip-shaped kneaded… Continue Reading →

Sansotei's Delicious Broth

Sansotei is one of many ramen shops blooming in Toronto these days. But you should visit (get here early – there are occasional reports of being sold out by 7:30p) and sample their broth. It’s amazingly good – thick, not greasy,… Continue Reading →

A Farewell To Summer

One afternoon in late August, I had travelled far from the sticky and humid city of Toronto and arrived at the more temprate locale of Brooklands Farm in Muskoka. As the sun continued its descent toward a stand of trees on… Continue Reading →

Beef Bourguignon

After watching Julie & Julia at the TIFF Lightbox (part of the Food On Film series that ran earlier in the year), you could wander over to LUMA and have the classic dish of beef bourgignon. The dish was rich and… Continue Reading →

Revisiting Le Club Chasse Et Pêche

A few years ago, I ate dinner at Le Club Chasse Et Pêche and liked it so much that I promptly made a reservation for lunch the next day. In the time since, I’ve pointed friends and family to this restaurant, and they too have had great meals there. A recent visit with Vanessa (of Tongue & Cheek) gave me a chance to see if my fond memories would hold true.

Nibbles 'n' Notes Around Town [August 2012]

While I haven’t been going out often in the last little while, I’m trying to make up for it. Here’s what’s on my radar. The Bellevue Robbie Hojilla (ex-Ursa/Woodlot) is at The Bellevue tonight (Monday, August 20th) cooking up a… Continue Reading →

Amazing Acadia

I’d taken many photos at Acadia over the last several months, and while I’ve never managed to capture the dishes to my satisfaction, they’ll have to do. Last month, Chef Matt Blondin announced he was slated to join team Momofuku Toronto and I… Continue Reading →

A Terrific Toronto Down Under For Australia Day

I celebrate Australia Day for the first time. And it was delicious!

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