Category: Review

Black Camel

Black Camel is a small sandwich and coffee shop right across the street from Rosedale subway station serving up juicy, tender brisket sandwiches on fresh buns. Atmosphere: The interior of the cafe is small, with just a few counter seats in the front of the space with most people grabbing orders to go. During warmer weather


Atmosphere: The interior of Quince has a very industrial look with metal tables, exposed brick and concrete and hanging pendant lights. The front of the restaurant are large glass panels looking out onto Yonge where a patio area is set up in the summer months. I love the touch of bright red metal chairs in

Fin Izakaya – Closed

I’ve been to Fin countless times for lunch over the past 3 years and it’s one of my favourite restaurants in the Yonge and Eglinton area. My order is pretty standard now, the spicy tuna sashimi bowl. The lunch menu is a variety of set rice bowls with a good mix of cooked entrees and chirashi bowls

Ryoji Ramen & Izakaya

Slowly, I’m making my way through all of the new ramen and izakaya places in Toronto. This stop was at Ryoji, which specializes in Okinawa style cuisine. Okinawa cuisine differs from other Japanese styles by using more meat than seafood and is known for using salt as the main flavour additive. Atmosphere: The interior decor

Habits Gastropub

It’s winterlicious time again in Toronto and this year I decided to try something different. I usually visit 2-3 restaurants every time the “licious” season rolls around but that means by now I’ve tried a lot of the staples (Canoe, Auberge de Pommier, etc.) and have loved some, been disappointed at others. For the loved,