Tag Archives: Yorkville

Neapolitan-style Pizzas Ready in 90 Seconds from Pi Co.

After our dinner at Figures (we weren’t full), we headed towards Pi Co. for some pizza as a second dinner.  I hadn’t been to Pi Co. yet despite this being such a popular spot and having been shared by foodies … Continue reading

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Winterlicious 2015 Restaurant #1: Moroco Chocolat

It’s pretty surprising that I’m only going to two Winterlicious restaurants this time around in 2015.  I’m learning not to go overboard with eating out and it just so happens that I was leaving to go to Miami and an … Continue reading

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OJA Restaurant, Korean and Japanese cuisine

I’ve been to this restaurant countless times before!  This is an old favourite of mine that resides around the Yonge and Bloor intersection area.  OJA Restaurant serves a mixture of Japanese and Korean food.  I’ve been here for lunch, dinner, … Continue reading

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Summerlicious Restaurant 2014 #1: Vaticano Italian Restaurant

For my first Summerlicious restaurant this season, I went to Vaticano Italian Restaurant with Steph.  She wanted to try an Italian cuisine in the heart of Yorkville (posh neighborhood in Toronto where a lot of celebrities dine and shop).  

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Utsav Indian Cuisine — Day 6 of March detox

I have so much respect for vegetarians and vegans everywhere around the world after going through nearly a week of detox and eating just fruits and veggies.  It is difficult to find different ways of preparing and choosing different veggies … Continue reading

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Okonomiyaki Galore at Okonomi House

Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory pancake where the word okonomi means “what you like” or “what you want” and yaki means “grilled” or “cooked” (Thanks Wikipedia!).  Okonomi House, located just a three minutes’ walk from the Yonge & Bloor subway … Continue reading

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