Category: Review

Campagnolo

The fresh pasta at Campagnolo is one of the best I’ve had in the city, this is a restaurant I’d highly recommend. Atmosphere: Since my friend and I stopped by the August, the weather was nice enough to sit on their enclosed and shaded patio. Tables were spaced out and I really liked the clean lines of

Balsamico

UPDATE 12/20/2012: Went back to Balsamico in December and it was so much better. The restaurant was full and the food was much better. This time I ordered the Linguine Fra Diavolo. The pasta was great, the sauce was a little on the oily side but the experience is bumping my rating up from a

Mill St Brewery Pub

The Distillery District is one of my favourite areas in Toronto. The older architecture, cobblestone paths are charming and warm. I love spending the afternoon Window shopping with a wonderful selection of specialty stores and small galleries, seeing a show at the Soulpepper theatre or enjoying the delicious gelato and fresh chocolate at Soma. There’s

Insomnia

My friend had a great Groupon for Insomnia, which included a cheese plate, entree, dessert and a drink along with each course. The cafe’s located right on the south east corner of Bathurst and Bloor and was very easy to find. Atmosphere: We made reservations for a Friday night and they were ready with the table.

Coquine

Coquine is a French Bistro, just south of Eglinton on Yonge with an amazing covered patio. It’s one of a few mid-range restaurants in the area, which I will be adding to my lunch rotation when in need of finer fare. Atmosphere: We opted to enjoy our meal outside, on their patio and it was