Yummy porchetta grilled cheese at Porchetta & Co. Gooey cheese, well-seasoned porchetta, and caramelized onion jam between two slices of white bread. Satisfying.
I love that Nota Bene has these salted caramel truffles as an after-dinner option. It’s got a liquid caramel centre that explodes on your tongue when you bite into it (pro-tip: pop the whole thing in your mouth and let… Continue Reading →
Since the spring, Porchetta & Co has declared a soft-shell Saturday every few weeks or so. On-offer: a delicious sandwich of panko-crusted and fried soft-shell crab.
I love the patio at Globe Bistro (124 Danforth Avenue, Toronto) with their rotating patio-only menu that offers some interesting bites. On one particular evening, I got to try the Buddha Dogs I’d heard a lot about. Long and thin,… Continue Reading →
A visual play on a steaming coffee mug at Hotel Ocho.
Since January 2011, every time I go to The Black Hoof (928 Dundas Street West), I order the current iteration of their pork tacos. It began as pig’s head tacos (see below) and has evolved to the dish we see… Continue Reading →
The colourful and tasty Tuscan bean salad (siding the Pavarotti sandwich) at Fabbrica.
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 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.
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