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Last Friday evening, Ken and I checked out the new restaurant at Kennedy and Highway 7 called Black Bear Japanese Fusion. This Japanese fusion restaurant takes the place of a previous long-running Japanese sushi restaurant called Sushi on 7. I … Continue reading →
From the chef of Smash Kitchen & Bar comes a new restaurant, NextDoor Restaurant, that features Canadian fusion dishes in tapas style in the heart of Main Street Unionville (this sounds like an advertisement, eh? XD). My friends and I … Continue reading →
Wow, what an amazing tasting menu we had last night at Doma! Doma is a newly opened French inspired Korean restaurant (just opened about 2 weeks ago at the time of writing) located in the heart of Little Italy at … Continue reading →
itaMoMo (意八餐廳) is a restaurant franchise offering fusion Italian cuisine that spans several locations in Hong Kong. We ate here for dinner before our flight to Korea and arrived just in time to take advantage of their afternoon tea time … Continue reading →
Two weeks ago, Sindy and I went to Nuit Social for dinner. This dinner was partially courtesy of Zomato — Pardis of Zomato sent me a $25 voucher to use towards a meal at Nuit Social as a thanks for all … Continue reading →
I’ve heard a lot about Mildred’s Temple Kitchen, especially from those who went there for fancy Winterlicious dinners and had a great time. For this year’s “birthday celebration”, Joyce arranged for 12 of us to have breakfast here. This also … Continue reading →
Another summer, another Summerlicious line-up! If you aren’t aware already, Toronto features a selection of high-end restaurants who offer prix fixe menus for three weeks each summer and winter. For this year’s Summerlicious event, the event has been extended for … Continue reading →