Little India

On Queen Street on a cold, winter day, my family and I decided to visit this Indian restaurant called Little India – which offered some authentic, gourmet Indian cuisine. We were coming here for a pre-dinner to the Shen Yuen show being featured at the National Ballet of Canada venue. It was conveniently nearby, so…

Sake Sushi

  Sake Sushi was a visit I’ve made on several occasions whenever I commuted from Toronto back to Brampton where my parents are. This is because this restaurant is found right near the intersection of Highway 7 which is enroute back to home. Recently, this has become a favourite of mine to visit whenever I’m craving…

Pho Vistro

On Queen Street West, nearby the National Ballet of Canada where my boyfriend and I were going to watch the famous production “The Nutcracker”, Pho Vistro was a spontaneous visit we made before watching the show. We wanted something quick before we headed to the two hour performance (and it was well worth it, for the…

Jinya Ramen Bar

Located on Church Street, Jinya Ramen Bar was a restaurant that caught my eye when I was making my way to work. One day, I decided to make my visit here and try out a new ramen spot for foodie utopia. The inside seemed promising, the layout of the restaurant looked authentic and there were a…

Eva’s Original Chimneys

On Bloor Street West, there lies an interesting dessert place that my friend and I went to visit after our dinner at Dimmi’s. Eva’s Original Chimneys is a dessert spot which is famous for their fresh doughnut cones and soft serve.  The inside of Eva’s was really great, inside you can see the fresh doughnut cones…

Dimmi’s Bar and Trattoria

On Cumberland Street in Yorkville, Dimmi’s Bar and Trattoria reigns supreme with their authentic and tasteful Italian cuisine. I had been here once back when I used to live in Yorkville, but I haven’t been in nearly 3 years. I was happy to have gone back with one of my close friends, who I decided to…

Daily Sushi

Daily Sushi was a discovery I made for myself when I was craving Japanese food during my lunch break, and I needed to grab something quick nearby. Usually I do takeout with this restaurant, but because my boyfriend came by during my lunch break, I had to sit in and get another foodie blog for…

Gamberoni

Gamberoni was an excursion I made with my coworkers and manager for a company dinner. It’s located up by Lawrence station, and it was a small Italian restaurant which has a lovely, homey feel.  The waiters came by with ice cold water, which I drank excessively because I was thirsty after the commute, and I…

Five Guys

This vibrant Five Guys sign has caught my eye on many occasions I have walked along Yonge Street down toward Dundas Square, and I wanted to share with you on foodie utopia my recent visit to them prior to another food blog (Gamberoni) which also happened this same day. I wanted to have a quick sample…

Top Sushi

Top Sushi is a place nearby my campus which I had tried once before, but wasn’t too fond of its taste. However, this was when I made my visit about 3 years ago, so I decided to give it another chance. Upon entry, the place was actually better renovated. I remember when I went to…

Jimmy’s Coffee

Found on McCaul street, this snug little cafe is known as Jimmy’s Coffee and has been a trendy place to be for awhile in Toronto. I had come here once before, but never gotten a chance to document my visit here.  Inside it was fully packed – all the tables available were taken by customers enjoying…

Celebrity Hot Pot

Celebrity Hot Pot has caught my eye on several occasions whenever I’m commuting up Spadina in the 510. One day I had the chance to take my first visit for dinner there with my boyfriend. It was quite empty, but it may have been because it was an odd hour. We waited at the front…