Hero Certified Burgers

Hero Certified Burgers has taken its reputation to the city of Toronto as a trendy fast food chain, offering quality, gourmet-like burgers for Torontonians. My partner and I decided to take a spontaneous visit to this franchise on Bay Street, after just finishing a productive study session.  Upon entry into the restaurant, we were greeted…

Pho Xe Lua (Pho Train)

Foodie utopia is back on another Saturday to present to you a new Vietnamese cuisine restaurant in none other than the heart of Chinatown. Pho Xe Lua, or famously known as Pho Train is a popular Vietnamese spot due to its 24 hour access in Chinatown. I had the honor of writing another foodie post for utopia after…

Kyoto Japanese House

Back another Saturday evening with a foodie utopian blog post for you! Kyoto House was a popular choice of many Torontonians for some time who were looking for some all you can eat sushi in the downtown core. My boyfriend and I made a visit here after a day of classes, feeling hungry as ever for…

Don Don Izakaya

One evening, after another fun-filled day, my partner and I were feeling hungry, but not too hungry. What’s a better way of snacking other than going to an izakaya? Specifically, Don Don Izakaya on Dundas made its call to us that evening for some great Japanese tapas and authentic ambiance.  We entered, and like any izakaya it…

Sushi Market Kensington

Kensington Market is known for its many eats and takeouts. Upon a spontaneous visit to Kensington Market, my boyfriend and I decided to go to a spot found by sight called Sushi Market. I was enticed by their vibrant signs and authentic look amidst the marketplace.  We had some prior engagements to attend to, but we…

Le Select Bistro

One evening, for my boyfriend and I’s 7 months together – we took a visit to Le Select Bistro – a hidden French Restaurant nearby where I currently live. I found this restaurant with a simple Google search of “Best French Restaurants In Toronto” and I wasn’t disappointed. Le Select gave a very Parisian, romantic feel…

Seoul Restaurant

The Seoul Restaurant  is a Korean restaurant in none other than Koreatown, which specializes in some quality, yummy hot pots. My boyfriend and I came here one night to try out their hotpots for dinner after an event happening at school late at night. We had ordered the Bugolgi Hot Pot for two people, which came…

Hot Star Taiwanese Fried Chicken

Hot Star Taiwanese Fried Chicken was an excursion I made one night with my boyfriend with the intention of trying their famous Fried Chicken with Cheese inside – however we didn’t end up ordering the right thing! I thought that the Original Fried Chicken was what we were looking for, but it wasn’t.  Anyway, before I get…

Manpuku

This restaurant was probably my greatest discovery in fourth year – thanks to a close friend of mine who suggested this modern Japanese eatery to me. Manpuku is an authentic Japanese cuisine restaurant which offers the finest of udons, takoyakis and many more, for absolutely insane cheap prices. Not only is it cheap, but it was also…

Fudao Noodle House

In the city of Toronto, six young ladies walked on Spadina Avenue and decided to try out this bustling noodle house in Chinatown known as Fudao Noodle House, which was beautifully lit in the city night and had a bunch of customers inside. My friends and I entered the restaurant and got the chance to rest…

Cora

This was an excursion one day I’ve gone with my boyfriend after our 6 months together – we decided that we should probably grab another food blog for foodie utopia (because why not?). We headed over the Cora’s where we were able to try something a little bit different from my usual excursions and that is having…

360 Restaurant at the CN Tower

Thank you foodie utopians for being so supportive of my work – this special post marks my 100th foodie blog post for foodie utopia!  Although I’ve been living in the city for some time now, I never had many opportunities to visit the 360 Restaurant up in the CN tower in Toronto. This special post is…