Go For Tea is a bubble tea and Taiwanese food house where you can chill with friends for drinks and food. I’ve been to Go For Tea a couple of times before but haven’t blogged about it (it’s not yet on my “map”), so here it is! Continue reading
After our Basic 5 training, in which 4 hours passed by like a snap — Keith Doyle trains so flawlessly and makes everything so fun — we went for lunch around the North York Centre area. Lawrence was in the mood for some pho, so off the Pho 88 we went. Continue reading
When lining up to get into the new ROM building back then in 2007, we took a picture of the crystal windows that reflected the scene from the street in downtown Toronto. That’s what this week’s photo challenge led me to in my treasure trove of photos. :) Continue reading
I’m a little late on completing the ramen craze that’s landed in Toronto, but here I am reviewing Santouka!
Jessica and I dined here on a Thursday night and the line-up was huge! There was construction going on outside the restaurant at the time so it was amusing that everyone lining up stood on top of a wooden plank.
Luckily, Jessica was here early and we got a spot in a small yet cozy space (thank you, Jessica!). Continue reading
After having received the free $50 gift card from Elephant & Castle (they enlisted my help to run a contest to give away a gift card and I got the same gift in return. Yay!), Jen and I went there to dine and try it out.
I’ve walked past this location of Elephant & Castle on King Street many times before. Continue reading
After watching La Grand Cirque — Adrenaline at the Avalon Theatre, we headed to Ponte Vecchio for dinner. I’ve been to this restaurant once before and really loved the service and the food. We were soooo full last time that we weren’t even able to finish all that we ordered.
This time, we ordered just enough and even had room for dessert. Continue reading
You learn something new every day and I’m so thankful that I got to learn something new when I was dining out with Shelley a couple of weeks ago. We met up to have an early dinner at Chinese Halal Restaurant. Up to this point, I didn’t know exactly what “halal” meant. Shelley gave me a quick lesson on what it meant. Yay! Thanks, Shelley! Continue reading