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Dumpling House, Chinatown, Toronto

Dumpling House, Chinatown, Toronto

Tens, tens, tens across the board. If you ever want to know what time most restaurants close in downtown Toronto it’s generally that. For that reason we found ourselves in Chinatown, and Dumpling House Restaurant, which is closed Tuesdays but open until 11pm on all […]

iHalo Krunch, Trinity Bellwoods, Toronto

iHalo Krunch, Trinity Bellwoods, Toronto

The soft-serve stylings of iHalo Krunch with their unmissable charcoal-black cones was actually impressive. There’s a lot of hipster qualities that might feel off putting but there is some delicious stuff to be had here.

Fuwa Fuwa Japanese Pancakes, The Annex, Toronto

Fuwa Fuwa Japanese Pancakes, The Annex, Toronto

Asian dessert alert! This time it’s the Soufflé Pancakes brought to you by Fuwa Fuwa Japanese Pancakes. These spongy treats are much more eggy and thick than your normal breed. And like the name, they are fluffy, fluffy.

Vicky’s Fish & Chips, Roncesvalles, Toronto

Vicky’s Fish & Chips, Roncesvalles, Toronto

Fish and chips and Asian food? This sounds too much like my childhood. Vicky’s Fish & Chips is one of Toronto’s answers to when you have two food type cravings. We headed up to the road to Roncesvalles Avenue for a cheap and delightful dinner.

Banh Mi Boys, Fashion District, Toronto

Banh Mi Boys, Fashion District, Toronto

Banh Mi Boys is one of the highest rated restaurants in Toronto Zomato, and also one of the most popular ones, judging by the volume of reviews and the crowds inside. And all for under an $8! I head in twice for two of their […]

Sushi California, Earlscourt, Toronto

Sushi California, Earlscourt, Toronto

Welcome to the Sushi California, such a lovely place, such a lovely place… Well, it is. There’s a slogan on the window outside of “sushi with a style, prices with a smile”. That’s certainly lived up to in the experience at Sushi California.

Toronto Part Two: New Adventures In The 6ix

Toronto Part Two: New Adventures In The 6ix

For my second visit to Toronto, there was plenty I forget in the space of the year! There’s a few little quirks about Toronto and Canada that make it a different experience from my adventures in Europe. Here’s a little wrap up!

Khmer Thai, Oakwood, Toronto

Khmer Thai, Oakwood, Toronto

“Bare bones pick serves hearty plates”: Google hits the nail on the head with its description of Khmer Thai. We head in for some delicious (but cut price) Cambodian-Thai cuisine. The portions are crazy and the food is crazy good.

Craque de Creme, Toronto

Craque de Creme, Toronto

Find all your Creme brûlée dreams come alive at Craque de Creme, Toronto’s hottest sweet spot and home of the most creme brûlée flavours you’ll ever find. My friend Joey and I head in to sample their sugary delights.