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Again, thanks to social media and friends posting tantalizing food photos, I was alerted of this Japanese and Korean restaurant that I hadn’t been to before. Haru Sushi Japanese & Korean Restaurant is located on East Wilmot Street near Leslie … Continue reading
You can say that we’re either very coachable or that we apply what we learned immediately to our lives. In between the lunch break during the health & wellness seminar that we had last weekend, we satisfied our stomachs by … Continue reading
Nicole, Ron, and I visited Sweet Note Desserts on a Thursday afternoon to hang out and to try the desserts. I’ve heard of Sweet Note before and have passed by their storefront many times when I’ve eaten at the Commerce … Continue reading
We used to play badminton every Sunday afternoon, but slowly, our core group started to die out and now our Sunday afternoons are replaced with other activities. We reunited here recently for brunch! It was so nice to catch up … Continue reading
Having a prominent and bright sign in a middle of a busy street still works as effective advertising to catch potential customers’ eyes nowadays. That’s how I decided on coming to Big Jack’s Burger Shop with Jessica for lunch one … Continue reading
The first time I went to Ki Ko Cafe was on a weekday for a late lunch. Ki Ko Cafe is located on the northeast corner of Woodbine Ave. and Highway 7 in Markham. It is a Hong Kong style … Continue reading
For Buddha’s birthday this year, we decided on eating a vegetarian lunch after we visited the temple (naturally). We went to Wutai Vegetarian Restaurant, which is located on Woodbine Avenue south of Highway 7 in Markham. I knew of this … Continue reading
It wasn’t until I looked up more about this fast-food burger chain that I learned that they actively use and promote peanut oil in their fryers. They even serve peanuts at their stores. You can take a small paper carton … Continue reading