Category: Travel

Maui – Leilani’s on the Beach

Leilani’s is the second restaurant we visited for dinner in Maui, just across from Hula Grill in Whaler’s Village. We were still trying to get over jetlag but had worked up a nice appetite from walking around Lahaina. 6pm dinner Maui time was still 12am back in Toronto. Atmosphere: Similar to Hula Grill, Leilani’s offers

Maui – Hula Grill Barefoot Bar

Our first night in Maui, The Fiance and I landed at 6pm. By the time we got through customs, picked up the rental (a lime green mustang convertible) and drove an hour to the hotel, it was 9pm and we’d been awake for close to 21 hours. Needless to say we needed a quick meal

Vancouver – Continental Seafood Restaurant

During our flight to Maui back in April, The Fiance and I had a stopover in Vancouver for 6 hours. Instead of sitting around the airport for all that time, we met up with a friend who was wonderful enough to pick us up from the airport and take us on a quick tour of

Montreal – Le Cartet

During vacations, I always like to schedule in at least one brunch. This allows me to sleep in a bit but still start the day before noon and lets me fit in 3 full meals a day, which is key when I’m trying to visit as many food stops as possible in a city. For

Montreal – Kazu

While I was researching restaurants for my Montreal food trip back in December, I was surprised to find out about Kazu, a popular Japanese izakaya located on St-Catherine. I didn’t remember Japanese cuisine being popular from when I lived in the city during middle school. Back then though I hadn’t started taking my taste buds