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…

The Varsity

Hidden at the back of Robarts Library, The Varsity is a small tucked-away Korean eatery which serves some inexpensive eats for all students alike. I’ve once heard it advertised to me from my brother back when I first entered university, but only had the chance to take a visit now, in my last year of university. …

Yuzu No Hana

Foodie utopia is back with another special blog post – I’m a bit behind, but this was a special night for my boyfriend and I, as we celebrated our 5 months together with an evening at Yuzu No Hana, a trendy Japanese restaurant which caught my eye from blogto.  Yuzu No Hana was an upscale Japanese modern…

Banh Mi Boys

  Foodie utopia is back on another Saturday, bringing to you a unique experience clashing Western culture and Vietnamese cuisine. Banh Mi Boys has been a fairly new and trending location for great takeout sandwiches inspired by the famous “Banh Mi” sandwich of the Vietnamese.  My boyfriend took me here one day spontaneously, he wanted me…

Kekou Gelato

Today’s post is a continued excursion from my time visiting Margaritas in Baldwin Village (see my post here: https://foodieutopiablog.wordpress.com/2017/10/21/margaritas/). My friend and I also decided spontaneously to grab some dessert, and as a gift for my belated birthday back in the summer, my friend was sweet enough to treat me to dessert that night. Not only do…

Margaritas

It’s been one long school semester! My apologies foodie utopians, I’ve been so busy with tackling school deadlines, social deadlines and application deadlines that I neglected my passion in blogging for foodie utopia. I decided to make a point to have a blog in every Saturday to keep consistency, so be on the lookout! Today,…

Momofuku Daishō

Fine dining provides some of the greatest ambiances and the most exquisitely presented foods. Momofuku Daishō is a place on University Ave which does not disappoint! I had the pleasure of coming to Momofuku this time around in celebration of being with my boyfriend for our fourth month together. Daishō is located in a glass cube in…

Snakes and Lattes College

Bringing people together in coffee shop settings over board games, Snakes and Latte College is a phenomenal environment for patrons looking for all the fun board games they could dream of, and a coffee to sip on. I’ve heard a lot of great things about board game cafés and it was not a disappointment! We were greeted…

Cafe Crepe

It had been some time sine I’ve visited a place for dessert – and that’s particularly because I’m not too much of a fan of excessive sweets. However, I could not say no to Cafe Crepe when I decided to go with my friend after dinner one day. Crepes always remind me of times in Paris…

House of Gourmet

House of Gourmet is a restaurant that I’ve been to on several occasions with my family, but never had a chance to blog about it since foodie utopia wasn’t in existence! Today, I now have the chance to tell foodie utopians about my excursion there. The restaurant itself was hustling with customers and frantic service…

North Poke

Poke has been a favourite of mine in the city, so it’s inevitable that foodie utopia would continue trips exploring all the trendy poke stops in Toronto! One afternoon, I decided to make a stop to North Poke – a Kensington Market location nearby my university in order to satisfy not only my craving for poke,…

Tot The Cat Cafe

Foodie utopia and… animals? Foodie utopia bringing to you a rather cute (and fluffy) experience one afternoon, featuring some furry kitties, a cup of coffee and a muffin to go with it. Coffee shops in the city have recently introduced animals coming from animal shelters to house in their facilities, in hopes of providing these…