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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 bounces off the white walls of a simply decorated room. Chairs are filled with relaxed bodies and animated faces. The hum of convivial… Continue Reading →

Rush Lane & Co

Stopped by for drinks after work last week. And while I had only a drink and a snack, there were some really good things happening here. The space is great. Comfortable with clean lines, and I especially loved that library nook. The… Continue Reading →

Heroes Vs Villains

Though I’ve been most active documenting my passion for food these last years, I was – am still – also a nerd. I’ve reviewed video games, I’ve coloured comics, and there was the one summer where I attended five (six?)… Continue Reading →

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 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 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 →

Twilight Tuesdays

With colourful fabric waving gently in the air, people slowly wandered in to a small patio-like area off of York between Adelaide and Richmond. Twilight Tuesdays, hosted by the Drake One Fifty, is a small market-like mini festival that runs from 5-9pm. Eats are… Continue Reading →

Colette Grand Cafe

It’s rare that I feel more strongly about the decor than I do about the food, but at Colette Grand Cafe this is true. The space reminds of a home. A really, really, nicely appointed home.

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 →

Bero’s Beautiful

I first encountered Matt Kantor and his cooking at the Australia Day dinner a couple years back. Well known for his Secret Pickle dinners and events about town, when I had heard that Kantor was on the hunt for a space, I kept… Continue Reading →

John Street Market

John Street Farmer’s Market is a lovely little space just north of Queen at John, past the Umbra building adjacent to Grange Park. There used to be a sole organic vendor there in years past, but now they’ve made it… Continue Reading →

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