Hero Certified Pizza

Have you ever heard of Hero Certified Burgers? Just wait until you read about Hero Certified Pizza in this recent visit I made to the new franchise in Stock Yards Village, which was recently built in the Toronto. I was invited by none other than the franchiser himself – who was kind enough to have me along with…

Donatello Restaurant

Love was in the air on Valentine’s day – and certainly was for me when I had the chance to visit Donatello Restaurant on Elm Street with my date for the evening. After visiting Sambucas on Church in January, I was definitely in the mood to try out some more Italian cuisine, and because I wanted to…

Sambucas on Church

Whenever I get to go on a great dinner date with the person I love, I can easily forget about all the worries in my life and just enjoy a quiet evening with good food and even greater company. Sambucas On Church was an excursion that my partner and I made the evening of our 9…

Black Bear Espresso

Many times, my boyfriend and I have passed by this little coffee shop on Carlton Street called Black Bear Espresso, and one day we finally found ourselves going there to try out what they have to offer in the midst of our midterm/assignments/projects fast approaching.  This café was a hidden gem on Carlton Street amidst the…

Le Gourmand

Cafés have become a norm within the city, so it’s difficult to find a nice, cozy one to enjoy a nice cup of coffee and a little pastry of the sort. I was lucky to visit Le Gourmand which was nearby where I’m current residing with my older brother, who recommended this little café for me…

MyMy Chicken

When I had the pleasure of visiting Seoul back during one of my summers off school with my family, I got the chance to eat some fried chicken along with their famous beer. This is a favourite pub-like food among the Koreans up until today.    In Toronto – Korean fried chicken has become a…

Sabai Sabai

I haven’t really explored Thai cuisine so much in my city, however after visiting Sabai Sabai with my close friend, I was very glad that I did. I’m hoping to make a visit to this restaurant again because it was just that delicious! Sabai Sabai took us straight to Thailand for some of the greatest eats I’ve…

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…