Category: Review

Keriwa Cafe – Closed

Keriwa Cafe had been on my list of restaurants to try for over a year now, however when they switched from a la carte to a tasting  menu format in October, the price range was a little high for a non special occasion dinner. So when I heard that they were switching back to a

Richmond Station

My friend suggested Richmond Station for dinner after hearing the hype around chef Heinrich, the winner of Top Chef Canada season 2. Atmosphere: I loved the clean lines in the restaurant and the use of wood with the exposed roof giving a more industrial feel. A nice touch was the area with bar counters at the

Sansotei Ramen

Ramen joints have been popping up all over Toronto the past year to great popularity and demand. The trend is a welcome addition to the foodscape of the city as a low-priced, delicious and quick meal, but really…how sustainable is it? Personally, I adore ramen and am enjoying the new options available. Hopefully, any new

Lil Baci

Lil Baci is located within a few blocks of work for me and has been picked up into my roster of lunch venues in the area. The menu is within a good price range for lunch ($15-$25), the portions aren’t oversized but filling and of course delicious. I usually order the soup (made fresh daily)

Ursa – Closed

I’ve been reading rave reviews about Ursa since they opened this year and have been waiting for an opportunity to check it out. I called for a reservation two days earlier, hoping to get a decent time slot on a Friday night with only two people. All the tables had been long booked, but there