My first Summerlicious ever was destined to take place at Sassafraz in Yorkville. Unmistakeable and raved about my many, I was extremely excited to give it a go. A friend of mine and I chose the lunch option which included an appetizer, main and dessert for $25. From the outside, Sassafraz's appearance is very European in my opinion -- after all, our waitress described the cuisine to be "Canadian with Fresh inspiration". Considering its popularity, we expected it to be packed and our suspicion proved to be correct; there were barely any seats left, even at 2:30 on a Thursday when we went.
Friday, 11 July 2014
Friday, 20 June 2014
My cheat meal this month was, much to others' surprise, pancakes. And of course, considering Blog TO proclaimed Mildred's pancakes to be 3rd best in Toronto, I had to give them a go with a good friend of mine. Mildred's Temple Kitchen was located in Liberty Village, east of King and Yonge; needless to say, it was quite the mission. Nevertheless, we were greeted with nice but albeit slightly awkward service. They were trying to get us to buy a lot more than we were intending to, which started to really irk us at one point. Although we sat on the patio, both the interior and exterior dining area was very clean, modern and ritzy.
Tuesday, 22 April 2014
It is no secret I'm a huge lover of Fresh; in fact, I've been to all their locations and absolutely adore their food. When I found out Fresh opened up on Eglinton&Yonge which is very close to me, I had to see if it's to par with its downtown locations! Thankfully, it was! The restaurant itself was far more spacious than the other three locations and is less busy!
Friday, 11 April 2014
In my opinion, the best way to celebrate the end of exams is a nice meal out... especially after that killer Accounting exam this morning. Anyways, Lee, owned by the renowned Susur Lee, is located at King West and has been on my wish list for a while. They have a "sharing style" menu - much like Origin North, for example - and specialize in Asian fusion food.
Friday, 4 April 2014
Driving 40 minutes to Etobicoke in the midst of exam season for ice cream in winter is normal right?? Since a friend claimed this was "the best soft serve ever" - amongst many others saying the same - a few friends and I decided to try it out after dinner one day.
Friday, 14 March 2014
Two words. Fried chicken. It's so good you SHOULD feel guilty but you just can't logically regret something that felt so right. Either way, a good friend of mine was craving some good fried chicken - nothing of KFC quality - and took note that BlogTO rated Stockyards Smokehouse & Larder #1 in Toronto for the best fried chicken (if you want to read the list yourself feel free here). We decided to go on a Friday afternoon as we were both in the mood!
First impressions included a) ridiculously strong smell of Barbecue b) ridiculously strong smell of meat c) ridiculously packed and d) ridiculously cramped. We waited approximately 15 minutes for seats as the restaurant only provided stools and counters.