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This is a little spot called Latin American Emporium that you might not know about to dine at if a friend doesn’t recommend it to you. I met Michelle for lunch on a Tuesday and she said that she had … Continue reading
After our inaugural visit to Toronto’s first cat cafe, TOT The Cat Cafe, the three of us headed for dinner nearby. Since we didn’t stay very long at the cat cafe or ate or drank anything too substantial, it was the … Continue reading
Yay! I finally got to try The Dirty Bird Chicken + Waffles which is located downtown in Kensington Market!! I’ve heard so much about this chicken and waffles joint but didn’t have a chance until now to go.
Yes! I finally got to try the crepe cake from Millie Creperie! I have seen pictures and heard about this unique 20-layer crepe cake dessert and finally got to go to Kensington Market on a Friday night to try it. … Continue reading
After we played an intense game of Trapped in a Room with a Zombie, we headed for food! We settled on Pho Xe Lua which is a popular and almost ubiquitous restaurant chain that serves pho and Vietnamese dishes (it … Continue reading
I think the reason why I like doing these WPCs so much is that not only do I get to choose a nice photo from my archives and show it off (I’m a show-off :D), but I also get to … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to try this Mexican tacos joint and finally had the chance to recently. Helen and I didn’t expect the small restaurant in Kensington Market to be so popular! We arrived here on a dark and chilly October Saturday … Continue reading
Seven Lives – Tacos y Mariscos is a taco joint in Kensington Market that is extremely popular. It specializes in “So-Cal/Baja style seafood”. I thought it was a sit-down restaurant, but to my surprise, when I got there, there are only … Continue reading