Tag: foodie

Shanghai ShiKuMen for #AsiaFoodFest

Shanghai cuisine is the newest type of food on my radar. Although I am a quarter Chinese, and for most parts, look Chinese, it’s difficult for many to understand that the only type of Chinese food that I’ve devoured for my first 20 years of life was a $5.50 food court standard of pick…

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Asia Food Fest 2016: Where have I gone?

I love prix-fixe menus, it’s like being carried through a set-up tasting journey set. Asia Food Fest, described as a “Winterlicious/Summerlicious for Asian cuisines” has rolled out from April 29th to May 15th exclusive to Asian restaurants with over 60 participants! Across the GTA, Asian cuisines of Korean, Indian, Chinese, Japanese and Thai/Laos have…

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KAKA All You Can Eat for #AsiaFoodFest

Let’s first off start by saying I am not a fan of all-you-can-eat places, as I feel as though I am forced to eat until a pop… so that already cancels me out as a valid critic. I made my visit during this round with no intention of thinking “but I can eat everything!!!…

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Sea Witch Fish & Chips, St. Clair West

No kidding, Fish & Chips is a true art! Sea Witch Fish & Chips opened its doors on St. Clair West in mid 2014, invisioning to become the top-of-the-mind spot for the occasional fish-and-chips cravings! Since then, this cozy spot has developed it’s dedicated regulars for a very special reason, it’s  incredibly crispy and golden batter… this…

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Meeting the 15-Minutes-of-Fame Generator, Ryan Hinkson of @EatFamous

Although Ryan Hinkson has no former food background, the EatFamous founder recalls his high school years working in the kitchen of Taco Bell and is convinced that he was the pioneer of the Crunch Wrap years before it came to market.

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A Foodies Dream: Zomato X FoodismTO

As rich and well-weaven Toronto is in embracing and spreading the latest food news, I have felt that there has been one part missing in the city’s ever-sharing food scene. I enjoy the flick through US foodie mags both online and physically, but, beyond the recipes, the magazines don’t entirely click with my lifestyle. Here to…

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The Shoushin Experience

Shoushin… Oh, Shoushin. Where should I s­tart? The food was great and the service from the s­taff members were excellent, but, with that being said, my over­all experience SUCKED.­ I left this $300+ meal with disappointment and the worst f­eeling I’ve had after a restaurant meal. Keep in mind that this ­is an Omakase restaurant (chef’s choice)­ which really means my meal is up to the­ discretion of the chef.

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Fresh East: Quickserve Spot of Paramount Fine Foods

Fresh East of Paramount Fine Foods has landed a tad North of Yonge and Dundas, it’s their quick-serve sandwich shop that offers an array of Middle Eastern flavours according to the time of the day: Grab your Sandwich in a Bowl, a Salad / Soup, Breakfast Sandwich, and even Make Your Own Pita! Having been…

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Cask Days 2015: 300+ Beers over 3 Days

I won’t admit that I have a problem – when there’s three whole days to be surrounded by over 300 casks, how could I turn down one single day? October 23rd to 25th welcomed the annual Cask Days weekend which took place in the spacious Evergreen Brickworks founded by the fellas behind Barvolo in…

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Love Food, Give Food

Love Food, Give Food is back around throughout the month of October, in support of Action Against Hunger’s fight to end hunger. Canadians can take action in two ways: Dine at one of these participating restaurants, or attend the upcoming Love Food Fest this Thursday at 99 Sudbury St. Join the cause for a…

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