This week’s photo challenge is about dialogue — two pictures “talking” to each other. When I opened up my folders to find a good fit — initially thinking what the heck am I going to use for this challenge –, the first two pictures that I saw “spoke” to me (lol, pun intended!).
Some of you might have seen my facebook picture of three mountains of what looks like shaven ice desserts on a hot summer day. Well, here’s the review for the restaurant where I got it from! (I know, finally, right!).
Richmond Court is a Chinese restaurant that serves all kinds of Chinese dishes, fried rice, noodles, seafood, soups, dim sum, desserts, and whatever you want to eat at a Chinese place. It’s popular and lots of people come here for affordable and good Chinese food. Continue reading
I’ve been to Kayagum four times now!! The perks of being backlogged on this blog is that almost a full month has passed from the point that I first stepped into Kayagum 24 Hours Korean Restaurant until now and in that span of time, I’ve returned again and again to dine here. Continue reading
After a spectacularly eventful and fun core meeting at our super duper new location at the North York City Hall, we ventured over to Oh Geul Boh Geul for some dinner. We were a big group of 8 and the restaurant was spacious enough to fit us all at the table near the wall.
We decided to share an assortment of Korean dishes. Oh Geul Boh Geul is on Yonge Street (in the uptown Koreantown) and just a short distance from Finch Subway Station which makes it easy to get to. Continue reading
At first, I thought Ocean Seafood Restaurant was a Chinese restaurant that only featured fancy six-course dinners with seafood and chicken and your other typical Chinese dishes. However, when we walked in looking for a casual HK-style cafe, Ocean Seafood Restaurant actually had a breakfast and lunch combo that fit exactly what a HK-style cafe serves! Continue reading
After we had lunch and checked out the Matsuri Japanese Summer Festival, we headed to Roll Play Cafe for some indoor fun. Roll Play Cafe is not the first board game cafe to arrived in Toronto; Snakes and Lattes was. Like a typical board game cafe, it features shelves and shelves of board games that you can play with for a set fee of $5. Rosa and Qiqi had been here before and back then they used to set a minimum order of $7 or so instead of a set playing fee where you could order food as part of the $7. Continue reading