Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Cantinho Pop-up Event

When most people think about Portuguese food, they think of churrasco and piri-piri sauce. The Portuguese food scene in Toronto is unfortunately no different, with handfuls of churrasqueiras, a limited number of fine dining restaurants, and nothing really in between. But there is a whole world of Portuguese cuisine out there, which everyone should have the chance to get to know at least once during their lifetime!

That's exactly what our friends at Cantinho Portuguese Kitchen & Bar are aiming to do! On March 21st, my friend and fellow foodie, Krystle Ng-A-Mann (@dineandfash) went to the Cantinho Portuguese Pop-Up, an 8-course dining experience created to immerse us in the flavours of Portugal, with a modern twist!


Thursday, March 24, 2016 / Toronto, ON, Canada

Colette Grand Café

Brunch is my favourite part of the weekends, aside from sleeping in.
But when brunch looks like THIS? I'm more than happy to forego my beauty sleep.


Monday, March 21, 2016

Krazy Corean Fusion Bistro

If you're near College and Bathurst, and you're looking for some delicious Korean fusion bar food and great cocktails? Krazy Corean has you covered.

I mean, how could you resist complimentary popcorn?! (Lol I can't, at least.)


Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Uno Reykjavík

Many people ask me what kind of food do they eat in Iceland. To their surprise, I answer 'anything and everything'. Although Iceland does have their specialties, they really do have anything you want. 

Take Uno for example. If you're craving Italian, this is a spot you should check out. Keep reading to see what they're all about!


Friday, March 11, 2016

Parlor Foods & Co.

Parlor Foods & Co. is located on King Street West just near Spadina. Being in the entertainment district, it is very easy to just walk right by it (I sure have done that!). Look out for the red door next time you walk down King West.


Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Coffee Culture Cafe & Eatery

Strawberry Nutella cupcakes?!?! :O
Grab yours from Coffee Culture now!


Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Sushisamba Reykjavík • Iceland

I honestly have a problem when it comes to sushi - I crave it all the damn time.
So when I was able to find a sushi restaurant when I was in Iceland, I knew I hadddd to go. And by the looks of our sushi spread above, I can tell you it was well worth the visit.

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