Winterlicious 2018: Inventive Canadian Cuisine at Canoe Restaurant

On a cold winter day, my friend and I were excited to warm up to Canadian cuisine at Canoe. The restaurant sits above the TD Centre on the 54th floor and offers unparalleled views of our beloved Toronto. My friend and I were both excited to try out the Winterlicious menu at a restaurant that has received many accolades for…
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OTTAWA: My Foodie Picks for Canada’s Capital City

I recently ended up in Ottawa and was pleasantly surprised with our Capital’s food scene. I collaborated with Ottawa Tourism who provided excellent suggestions and advice regarding where to dine. Here are my picks:
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A SLICE OF PASTEL HEAVEN IN TORONTO: CAFÉ CANCAN

What was once known as Harbord Room has now been transformed into a lovely French bistro that offers casual French dishes. Inspired by the Can-can, a high-energy dance filled with vivacity, this restaurant lives up to its name. From the floral wallpaper to the patio chairs, the French touches remind you of your last trip to Paris. The moment I…
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Korean Dessert Chain Reaches Toronto: Kiss the Tiramisu

Kiss the Tiramisu, a very happening Korean dessert chain, has just reached Toronto. You will find the first ever Canadian location on Baldwin street in Kensington Market. They have only been open for two weeks so there wasn’t a line up just yet. With the current ice cream craze taking place in Toronto, Kiss the Tiramisu is another place to…
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Brunch at Kost, Toronto’s latest Rooftop Restaurant

The views from the 6ix just got better. Sitting 44 stories atop the Bisha Hotel in the epicenter of Toronto’s entertainment district, KOST (pronounced Coast) is Toronto’s newest rooftop oasis. I first visited KOST when it wasn’t open to the public during TIFF for a party hosted by Sony Music Canada. The evening views are to die for just as much…
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El Caballito: An exciting option compared to the regulars along restaurant row

Stepping out of the cold windy streets of downtown Toronto and through the doors of El Caballito was like walking into a secret Mexican hideout. Inspired by the artsy and bohemian neighborhood of Condesa in Mexico City, El Caballito is decorated with found materials and has an authentic Mexican feel. Upon arrival, several smiling faces greeted us. The positive vibe…
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