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Matcha Tea & Dessert Review, A Brewed Series with Cake

Matcha Tea & Dessert Review, A Brewed Series with Cake

Before Matcha Tea & Dessert finished its renovations and store setup, I was eating around the block and got excited knowing its close to grand opening! Think about it, a store named after Matcha would definitely serve matcha and green tea foods – it can totally […]

Kekou Review, Asian Style Gelato Made Fresh

Kekou Review, Asian Style Gelato Made Fresh

Kekou has been one of my favourite and top gelato pick in Toronto! Since the first time, my taste buds have already been amazed and captivated by the cool yet quirky flavours they sell. There are a few locations downtown but I’ve only been to […]

Anh Dao Review, Casual Vietnamese Dining In Chinatown

Anh Dao Review, Casual Vietnamese Dining In Chinatown

If you’re like me who’s a food lover and has been to different Vietnamese places and ate enough pho, you should have a fair standard of what’s a good bowl of pho. And remember not to teach on behalf of someone else’s ethnic food if you are not […]

Tsujiri Review, Matcha Desserts You Can Taste Without Visiting Japan

Tsujiri Review, Matcha Desserts You Can Taste Without Visiting Japan

When I first visited Tsujiri, it was the newest matcha dessert spot in downtown Toronto, located just one street down from the famous Uncle Tetsu cheesecake stores. It’s been awhile since they brought this chain over from Japan, but I will definitely say my town is […]

Nana Review, The Thai Sister Of Khao San

Nana Review, The Thai Sister Of Khao San

Nana is known to be the sister restaurant of Khao San Road (one of my downtown favs). Their location is around 5-10mins walk from the nearest subway station. From the outside, you wouldn’t notice it among all the other stores along the street. We almost missed […]

Krispy Kreme Review, When Doughnuts Melts In Your Mouth

Krispy Kreme Review, When Doughnuts Melts In Your Mouth

Krispy Kreme had used to be really popular in United States, Canada, Hong Kong, and parts of Europe. Perhaps people started to become more healthy, Krispy Kreme stores gradually closed down across the world. Now, there is only three locations remaining in Toronto (two downtown, one Mississauga): […]

Khao San Road

Khao San Road

Khao San Road is named as one of the top Thai restaurants to dine around Toronto. And having visited this place twice, I have to agree with this perception. Their food is totally delicious and very flavourful! But due to its sauce’s thickness and richness, I doubt […]

Kinton Ramen

Kinton Ramen

If you’re hungry, craving Japanese ramen and around the AGO / Nathan Phillips Square area, go check out Kinton! Up until now, I have visited the restaurant multiple times, I even became a Kinton Bowler once (one who finishes the entire bowl of ramen including the […]

Kanga (Meat Pies)

Kanga (Meat Pies)

Kanga, formerly known as Meat Pie Mates, is a start-up of two girls inspired to bring Australian-styled meat pies to Torontonians. They sold pies at many different venues including the Toronto Underground Market (TUM), concerts, and individual caterings. Lucky enough, one of the founder is […]

Wafflian Review, Where They Incorporate The Belgian Style

Wafflian Review, Where They Incorporate The Belgian Style

It’s always good to have a sweet tooth. Why? So it doesn’t hurt to pit stop for some dessert before dinner! Wafflian is a Belgian waffle and cupcake bar. It’s a store located inside a mall near St. Patrick subway station of downtown Toronto (5 […]

Santouka Ramen Review, Noodles That Are Trending Hot

Santouka Ramen Review, Noodles That Are Trending Hot

Downtown Toronto has many well-known ramen hot spots and Santouka is definitely one. People always ask what is a good bowl of ramen? Now that’s based on your own judgement, but here’s mine. It was around 6:30pm on a weekday near the end of August. […]

Magnum Pleasure Store, Toronto’s Pop-Up That You Cannot Miss

Magnum Pleasure Store, Toronto’s Pop-Up That You Cannot Miss

Curiosity kills, especially with visits from celebrities. So what was all this hype in Toronto? The Magnum Pleasure Store is a pop-up store, temporarily locating itself next to a popular shopping central. However, don’t be surprised because all this is not new. Around the world, […]