The original plan was to revisit Barque Smokehouse with a few friends but with no reservations, the wait was at least an hour. Instead of starving, we decided to walk down Roncesvalles Ave. in search of another restaurant. We stumbled upon Fat Cat Wine Bar; and by luck, we purchased a Groupon earlier for oyster […]
There was a lot of hype surrounding Khao San Road when it first opened due to the success of Sukhothai. I decided to try it out for dinner with a couple of friends. As usual with a lot of the smaller popular restaurants, they did not take reservations so expect a lengthy wait if you’re […]
There are a lot of restaurants around the Yonge & Eglinton area; this was the one we decided to visit for our friend’s birthday. Food was decent but not spectacular as some reviews claimed. The dishes were savory and the decor was interesting. It’s worth a visit if you’re looking for something Italian in the […]
This is one of the better authentic Japanese restaurants in Richmond Hill offering sashimi of a whole fish and a wide variety of other fresh fishes. The menu also has an extensive selection of sushi and cooked food. It is definitely worth a try if you’re searching for excellent Japanese food uptown.
Best brisket ever! There, I said it. On Friday night, I headed down to Roncesvalle Village to try out what many rated as the best BBQ in Toronto; and it sure didn’t disappoint. We arrived pretty late at 9:45pm (closes at 11), the place was still packed. Luckily, it was only a 15 minutes wait […]
I’ve been to Schwartz’s in Montreal and tried their fatty smoked meat sandwich. It was amazing! Juicy, tender and full of flavour; probably the best smoked meat I’ve ever tasted. I was on a search for something similar in Toronto, and Caplansky’s was a place that many recommended. We had split peas with smoked meat […]
Ventured downtown for dinner back in July… I was craving for some Japanese food and tried out Sushi Couture since I heard that the chef there was a former chef at Japango (one of the better Japanese restaurants in Toronto). We started off with the usual salad and miso soup (nothing special to write home […]