Hokkaido Satouka Ramen

Ramen has grown in its popularity around the downtown core – and its prominence in the city is endless. However, it’s often hard to find the right, authentic taste to transport you to a true Japanese dining experience – and Hokkaido Satouka Ramen did just that for me. I have always been wanting to try this…

Fring’s

It’s been awhile sine I’ve gotten to go on a foodie excursion where I could dress up and dine fancy – and so the occasion of my company’s birthday called for a visit to Toronto’s Own Drake Legacy – Fring’s. I have seen so many pictures of this restaurant – particularly the bright and vibrant “6 On…

Dineen Coffee Co.

It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged about Toronto’s very own coffee shops. Another goal for me this summer is to blog more about the distinct cafe spots that you can explore, so you can skip that boring cup of Starbucks or Timmy’s and settle in a more pleasurable cafe experience with a quality cup of coffee,…

The Captain’s Boil

FOODIE UTOPIANS! I’m so sorry for being gone for so long! It’s been one heck of a ride with completing my third year at UofT – that I haven’t been able to come back to foodie utopia, take a deep breath, and take a break from all the stress and struggles of life. You know what…

Bryan’s B.B.Q

Ending the reading week and entering the familiar city again, I had the honour of exploring a new establishment in Koreatown – an area in Toronto that I have not really explored so much, but have always been enticed by the Korean authenticity of the businesses. One in particular that we just happened to drive…

Copacabana

Happy (Post) Valentine’s Day fellow Foodie Utopians! A couple of nights ago, I had a fabulous night at Copacabana – a Brazilian Steakhouse in the heart of Toronto (located on Adelaide) where my company and I wined and dined in a beautifully orchestrated atmosphere and enjoyed some fabulous meats and buffet.   Upon arrival, the…

Mi-Ne Sushi

A couple of hours prior to deciding to go to Mi-Ne Sushi, I had my Friday off in the heart of downtown – meeting up with a close friend who I’ve known since my elementary school days. With the help of exchanging messages on Messenger, along with some handy text messages, I somehow managed to get in contact…

Spice Route

Entering a mysterious ambiance right in the heart of downtown – On King Street West of Spadina, Spice Route is a rare find which offers a captivating yet impressive dining experience. This was an excursion I made with some good company once my official first week back at UofT came to its conclusion (and a…

Light Café

Light Café is a Taiwanese inspired café offering a great selection of different foods and drinks with a gourmet feel and a contemporary twist. It’s located in Baldwin Village – an area that I have become very fond of because of its close proximity to campus as well as the great variety of choices for…

Kuni Sushi Ya

Let me give you a brief rundown on my prior events before deciding spontaneously to try something new of the All-You-Can-Eat variety: Monday, December 12th 2016: 8:30am-8:40am: I had commuted to Union Station in hopes of catching the U line to get to my 9 am health studies exam on time. NOPE. Cancellations due to a…

Holt’s Cafe

In the heart of Holt Renfrew on Bloor Street – a hidden gem for a fancy appetite can be found. Despite making frequent visits to Holt Renfrew back when I used to live in Yorkville, I have never discovered Holt’s Cafe until my company made this suggestion over a chat message. Willingly, one Monday evening we…