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…

Gonoe Sushi

Gonoe Sushi was a visit I made, twice in total now, on Queen’s Quay. If you’re looking for authentic ambiance as well as great taste, Gonoe is the perfect spot for you. It’s also pleasant that it’s right by the Harbourfront, so once you finish eating some delicious sushi, you can take a walk along…

Smoke’s Poutinerie

  Smoke’s Poutinerie is a place that I have seen on many occasions when I’m heading back home on the TTC at Spadina and College. A seemingly popular spot for nearby UofT students and other patrons – Smoke’s offers a casual dine-in setting for its customers, serving specialty poutine. Smoke’s took the traditional poutine of fries,…

Stratus Restaurant

Sometimes, it’s nice to find a reason to dress up and dine in style – foodie utopia had the chance to take an unforgettable experience up to the 36th floor of the TD Tower to the books. Stratus is a fine dining experience you don’t want to miss out on! With a beautifully polished atmosphere and stellar…

Matahari Grill

Foodie utopia is back for another foodie post – only this time to share a not-so-impressed experience with Matahari Grill – a fusion of Malaysian, Chinese and Indian cuisine in Baldwin Village. I’ve passed by this place when I was in Baldwin Village on multiple occasions, but never gotten the chance to give it a try. …

Queen Street Warehouse

Pub eats, bar food and essentially cheap eats are a delicacy to be found within any downtown area. Foodie utopia brings to you a fine treat which can be found on (of course) Queen Street – the Queen Street Warehouse. Warehouse is known by many, both those living in the city and those outside, for their…

Charidise

Foodie utopia has gone to some new spots around the downtown core of Toronto – today I bring to you another excursion to the Baldwin Village – an excursion I took one afternoon for lunch, before my evening class I was attending for the summer. Charidise offers authentic Taiwanese cuisine. I’ve seen many of my classmates/friends…

Upper Deck By Fran’s

Foodie Utopia is back this summer with a new excursion, featuring a neat patio spot for Torontonians on College Street. Upper Deck By Fran’s is a classic, vibrant spot with a patio sit-in for dining, whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner. The Upper Deck has all types of contemporary Canadian cuisine for customers to enjoy, as…

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,…