Alo (Review)

Rating: 92/100 Alo was voted as the number 1 restaurant of 2017 in Canada by various writers, chefs and other restaurateurs and after months of trying and finally getting a reservation, my expectation levels were extremely high to say the least. I can safely say that after eating there twice within a month, not only is […]

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Akira Back (Review)

An emphasis on family yet serving elegant and creative dishes is the focus of Chef Akira Back’s new restaurant in Toronto and not only does it almost completely succeed in the execution of this vision which consists of a Japanese/Korean fusion with a slight Canadian twist but it is further strengthened by excellent service. Rating: […]

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Aloette

Chef Patrick Kriss who operates the award-winning and the #1 voted restaurant in Canada, Alo has opened a new sister restaurant, Aloette on Queens and Spadina and well, having been there twice for lunch and dinner I can simply say: the restaurant is worth it.   Interior Aloette is a modern take on a classic diner from […]

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Kiin

I don’t eat Thai food too often but when I heard about Kiin, it was unlike any Thai restaurant I had heard of and definitely had to give it a try.   Interior The restaurant is a long and narrow area which doesn’t consist of many tables so reservations are definitely a must. You have […]

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Joe Bird

Joe Bird, a restaurant that serves different types of chicken is situated on the Toronto Harborfront making it an ideal stop for lunch or dinner. Interior The restaurant itself is very open giving it a nice, airy, comfortable atmosphere fitting for a restaurant near the water. The bar in the middle accompanied with the various windows […]

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Monga Fried Chicken

I have admittedly not tried many Taiwanese fried chicken places but I’ve heard of the growing number of them in Toronto and now there is one more to add to that list: Monga Fried Chicken. I had been following the restaurant on social media since it opened about 3 weeks back and had noticed that […]

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iHALO Krunch: Charcoal Ice Cream

One of the biggest crazes over the summer in Toronto was the charcoal ice cream cone. It was all over Instagram and to be fair, it did look quite appealing. Although Woofles & Cream provided charcoal ice cream at Adelaide Eats for a short while, it seemed like iHalo Krunch became the go to hub […]

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