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Lunch at Edulis

It’s a warm Sunday afternoon – one of the few we’ve had this summer. Sunlight is streaking through the windows and levitra pills canadian'>levitra pills canadian bounces off the www.maravillosamusica.com.ar white walls of a simply decorated room. Chairs are filled with relaxed bodies and animated faces. The hum of convivial… Continue Reading →

Wayfare Tavern

Dear Tyler Florence, Though my visit was almost a year ago, the memory of your popovers lingers in my mind. They are fantastic; light, but so flavourful. I was very sad that I wasn’t able to fit another bite of order levitra now anything in…. Continue Reading →

Suculent

Barcelona, Spain. It’s Sunday and most places are closed. Luckily, it doesn’t mean you can’t eat well. Suculent, not far from La Rambla, is a fantastic tapas place. Simple dishes so rich in flavour. Highly recommended, Sunday or not!

Hudson Kitchen

Pretty much ate the whole menu a few weeks back at Hudson Kitchen. While there are those obvious Filipino influences that were already on viagra 100 the menu, I see a lot of Spanish strokes that Chef Robbie Hollija has applied since we came back… Continue Reading →

Little Sister Indonesian Bar

A recent and first visit to lowest price viagra'>lowest price viagra the newly opened Little Sister. Great first impression. Both flavours and spicing were kicky and present in the dishes ordered. Also of note: really enjoyed their Ubud Hangout cocktail. Refreshing with a zing. Will surely return – and… Continue Reading →

East Coast Eating

Chocolate covered chips. This is a new concept for me, one I’m not entirely sure I’m down with. But I got to sample it twice in one week recently: once as the finishing treat at Canoe for their Taste Maritimes menu and the… Continue Reading →

Pakta

Japanese and Peruvian is a mix that’s relatively unexplored. Not only are they separated by language and http://www.ardinova.com/buy-cheap-cialis geography, but the bright acidic flavours of Peru are seemingly in conflict with the http://www.proofable.com/cost-levitra more subtle notes of Japanese cooking. How to achieve… Continue Reading →

ABaC

Under a smoke-filled cloche, one of our first nibbles landed on the table. Lifting the glass dome with a flourish, our waiter presented the dish: calçots confit. Calçots – a very Catalonian scallion – is traditionally grilled and eaten with romesco sauce. Here, they’ve… Continue Reading →

White Squirrel's New Nest

I do my white-collar toiling down by Queen & Bathurst most days and I’d been hankering after a place that could give me quick and tasty lunches. Now, that isn’t to say there aren’t a few places that fit the… Continue Reading →

Chantecler Anew

Back in October, I wrote out my thoughts on Chantecler; how it was, in short, my top pick in the city. Four months later, they cut their menu down to lettuce-wraps only. Indeed, the wrap is a delicious value-driven offering that… Continue Reading →

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