Stepping into a Metro Master Class @ Taste of Toronto

Before you enter Taste of Toronto, you must first brace yourself with a hungry appetite to dig into a haven of food and drinks galore. Taste of Toronto is among the top opportunities of the year to grab your favourite food-loving friends and leap across the greenery of Fort York to explore the range of offered free activities,…

For an Elevated Thai Experience, go ‘Kiin’

From owners of Toronto’s most beloved Pai, Chef Nuit & Jeff Regular have unveiled their newest addition to their line of Thai restaurants: Kiin. In Thai, ‘Kiin’ means eat! And eat, I will. Except for the unique fresh-flown produce from Thailand, you will not find any dishes similar to Pai. Instead, Kiin’s menu revolves around Royal…

Discovering Day 1 of SIAL Canada, at the EU Pavillion!

SIAL Canada had their 14th edition earlier this month, on May 2-4. As a part of Canada’s 150th anniversary, the show will make a particular focus on Canadian innovation and multiculturalism. The largest trade show to learn and discover the latest finds across products, equipment and technology focused all around food innovation. The European Union is amongst the many…

Through Food & Art — Exploring Georgia O’Keeffe, FRANK at the AGO

The destination to be inspired isn’t succinct within the galleries of the Art Gallery of Ontario. AGO’s restaurant, FRANK celebrates Georgia O’Keeffe’s exhibit with a menu inspired by her range of works through her life, drawing inspiration from Canada to her final destination, New Mexico. FRANK’s menu draws a similar style, focusing on local and seasonal…

On Fridays, go for Maman à Table

I’m squeezing every ounce that the summer warmth has left for me. Last Friday, I made a visit to Maman for their $20 lunch prix fixe menu. The prix fixe is a new service offering available year around every Friday between 11:30am to 2pm, called “Maman à Table”. For the Summer and Spring, the table service…

Learn, Sip & Taste: FRESH Wines @ iYellow Wine Cave

If your visit to the iYellow Wine Cave is your first, you’ll need to brace yourself for a mini-detour. An alley way cutting through Simcoe downhill is the speediest way, take a picture of the lovebot mural which I am 80% sure is a pokestop, and look out for the familiar signage. Last Friday evening…

Learning the Art of Wine with Vinho Verde

Stemming from northwest Portugal, Vinho Verde is a young and crisp wine suitably enjoyed to be sipped gathering about new friends in the light breeze of the spring’s air. Vinho Verde can be found in all the assortments, red, white and rosé but tonight we were introduced us to the whites. Our hosts of the evening are Ellen Douglas, producer of global…

Learn, Sip & Taste: Wines of Germany with iYellow Wine Club

Where is more suitable to discover wines than with iYellow Wine Club? And who better, than to learn side by side with than wine-lover Karen (of Sincerely KN). We were set up for a treat with an invitation to Riesling & Co. German Wine Fair, where 28 tables awaited our tasting in the beautiful Arcadian Loft…