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Knocking It Out Of The Park

Last May I travelled to New York City for a wedding and took the opportunity to also visit with friends and, of course, eat my face off. One of such meals to mix friends and eating was a noon-time visit… 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 →

Two-Bite Post: Campagnolo

Walked in to Campagnolo last week with a craving for their spaghetti all’amatriciana. It was chilly outside and visions of warmth and a glass of red were dancing in my head. I sat at the bar and was almost swayed… 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.

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 →

Launching La Carnita

A year after their debut as a roaming pop-up, La Carnita finds a permanent home and opens their doors to eager fans. Me, among them.

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 →

Nick and Niagara Street Café

Despite having heard about it numerous times, I hadn’t made it out to Niagara Street Café until late last November. Boy, was I sorry that there weren’t any earlier visits. With time ticking away, I thought I’d post this sooner than later; it’s Chef Liu’s last week, and here’s why you want to check NSC out if you can!

Le Chat Botté

For my first meal back on Swiss soil, I opted to have lunch at a Michelin-starred restaurant: Le Chat Botté at the hotel Beau Rivage. Framed by an intensely blue sky of a sunny spring day, the blindingly white and stately hotel faces Lake Geneva and the ever-familliar Jet d’Eau. A fitting start to my trip.

Salted Caramel Truffles From Nota Bene

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 →

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