Lawai’a Poke

I am so excited and blessed that I was able to be apart of Lawai’a Poke’s soft opening. Ever since I saw their sign with paper covering the window’s I’ve been extremely excited to try. My go to has been SU&BU on John st, I’ve been to a few poke places; Pokito, Calii Love, SU&BU to…

Tuna Melts Recipe

My mom use to make me tuna melts as a kid and I still make them for myself! They are easy, healthy and delicious! I like to use an organic red pepper because they are my favourite. Cut the pepper in half, wash it out and fill each half with tuna. I used two cans…

Brunch at Mildred’s Temple Kitchen

I was so excited to try this place since I’ve heard a lot of great things. Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is located in Liberty Village. (http://www.templekitchen.com/) I started off with a coffee which came with the cutest tiniest milk cantine I’ve ever seen. My friend got a glass of fresh made orange juice that we thought…

Brunch at Del Ray

Del Ray So Cal located at 620 Queen West is a Southern California themed Cantina bar with Mexican flair. The newest bar to take over what use to be Choco-Crepe and most recent The Social Bar. The graffiti inside might look familiar to you, it is the same artist who did the art in The…

Dinner at Small Town Food

Small Town Food (http://www.smalltownbar.com/) located in Parkdale is a cute little bar with great eats and they specialize in their cocktails. Their menu is very interesting, meant for sharing and far from traditional. We ordered the Scotch Egg which normally is cold and hard boiled fully, this egg was served warm and the egg was…

Lunch at Little Fin

I’ve been wanting to try Little Fin (www.littlefin.ca) since they opened. Little Fin is a sea fast food sit in or take out restaurant. They have a lot of yummy options, great prices for what you get and you can even buy fresh Lobster! I ordered the Crispy Haddock with Coleslaw (it comes with Crispy…

Brunch at Le Petit Déjeuner

Le Petit Déjeuner (http://www.petitdejeuner.ca/) is a family run business specializing in Belgian-Canaian comfort food. Waiting in like for an hour in the cold outside, this place HAS to be amazing. It’s like this every weekend since they do not take brunch reservations. The food was worth the wait. The french toast was cooked perfectly and it did not…

To Be Canadian, Eat Poutineville

Where can you have the option to make Poutine 5000 different ways? Poutineville! (http://poutineville.com/) Pretty fantastic I know. They employ 2 workers to crush potatoes by hand all day since they don’t have a machine and they are the house special. Poutine is a very Canadian tradition, Poutineville started out in Montreal and before arriving…