Category: Review

Grand Electric

The hype surrounding Grand Electric has been loud and continuous since opening in 2011. With the warnings from friends about no reservations, hour line waits outside in whatever weather with no guarantee of seating in addition to its west end location, it’s taken me longer than planned to finally make it to Grand Electric. I

Ramen Raijin

One more stop on my Toronto ramen tour. Ramen Raijin is located near Ryerson university and the Eaton Centre and is one of the newer additions to the ramen clique in Toronto. Atmosphere: We arrived at the restaurant just after lunch around 2pm. There wasn’t a line and only a few tables were filled. I

The Lakeview

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives is a show on The Food Network that has been on the air since 2006, highlighting the best fast, comfort foods (usually also greasy, rich and delicious) around the United States. Neighbourhood gems, and family run restaurants are often featured on the show. When I heard they were filming in Toronto,

Tsuki Izakaya

Having more than one izakaya option within walking distance for dinner is one of the perks of my neighbourhood. I was craving something light and since it wasn’t a Tues/Wed (those nights, I head to Nome Izakaya for their $1 oysters) we decided to give Tsuki a try. One of my favourite parts about izakaya

Union

Union 72 first popped up on my radar when I was looking for a restaurant to celebrate a birthday last year. I love French cuisine and I liked that the menu at Union uses only produce from locally grown, Ontario farms. Atmosphere: The feeling inside the restaurant is cozy. It feels a touch rustic with