If you live in Markham, Richmond Hill, or Scarborough in the Greater Toronto Area, you already know what this restaurant is about: Late night bubble tea affairs, unlimited wifi bandwidth, Asian snacks/noodles/rice, desserts, and even dim sum in the mornings. Destiny‘s needs no introduction. It is simply a popular spot to go for drinks to hang out with friends.
I’ll just do a simple blog post on it anyway for the sake of blogging about food. 🙂 After we had gone for our first-time play at ESC-IT this past weekend, a number of us gathered at Destiny’s to satisfy our stomachs after some major critical thinking skills (hah). I’ve been to Destiny’s many times before. They have a location in Scarborough at Silver Star and Midland and a bigger location in Richmond Hill at 165 York Boulevard. The latter location is much more spacious and simply huge!
On this visit, I ordered an mangocinno and a much-liked popcorn chicken with rice. I actually really enjoyed the mango-flavoured coffee that I had. It looks non-caffeinated due to the yellow colour, but it was smooth and tasted great.
I’ve ordered the popcorn chicken combo with rice before. It comes with a nice size salad as well. The cup of rice is topped with some minced meat. It was yummy. The popcorn chicken is fried lightly and seasoned lightly as well. Ever since I had the yummy popcorn chicken from Papa Chang’s though, I don’t think this can compare. However, it was still a great dish. *thumbs up*.
Destiny’s is not the only popular spot to hang out over bubble tea and wifi, there are other places like Green Grotto and Go for Tea too. They’re all pretty similar in my books — Green Grotto serves less food choices though.