The ambiance of the venue is great. You’ll find friendly people helping you, answering all questions you have. I had Pork Belly for the appetizer. It was juicy but too much fatty for me. I asked the waitress if I get that one or Foie Gras. She suggested that. I had Foie Gras last time in Auberge… Continue reading Auberge Du Pommier – The Gem of French Fine Dinning Experience in North York
Scaramouche lies in the corner of a residential building. So unless you know about it, you won’t be able to spot it on your own. The interior of the restaurant was nice, the decorations were exquisite but a little dark, very little. If you get a chance you can sit next to the window which… Continue reading Scaramouche in Toronto, a French social restaurant with good food and nice views of downtown
Highway 400 out of Toronto to north of Barrie Highway 69 to Sudbury to hook up with Highway 17 17 to the Manitoba border, where it hooks up with Manitoba 1, which is numbered as “1” through Saskatchewan to Regina Here’s the big decision – you can head north to Saskatoon or west to Calgary.… Continue reading Time Lapse: 4,500km From Toronto to Vancouver in 30 minutes
This is part of journey that takes you from Downtown Toronto to North York on Yonge street, the longest street in the world. Relax and enjoy the view.
It is within their culture, to be loud and cheerful. You won’t miss that part of the culture, the moment you walk in, you will be shouted at and the moment you exit. They will hi and bye you very openly. They also talk to each other loud, so if you are looking for a… Continue reading Guu Toronto, a nice place to be shouted at, Japanese Style!
If you are looking to have a traditional Persian / Iranian dish, you’d better head to Takht-e-Tavoos. This restaurant is open only till 3 pm, so you’d better hurry up. There is usually a line up if you get there around 10AM. I do recommend this restaurant if you are looking for a brunch place… Continue reading Takht-e-Tavoos, the best Persian / Iranian brunch place in Toronto
Khao San Road is known as the best Thai place in Toronto. The food was good, nothing to blame. However, when you are expecting the best Thai in Toronto, you would expect more. The service is not great. On their menu they mentioned they won’t take back the ordered meal if it is too hot… Continue reading Khao San Road – Is it the best Thai restaurant in Toronto?
Are you looking to spend your weekends to party and enjoy your single time? Are you living in the eastern part of the country? Will you prefer to live and party in Toronto or Montreal? Toronto is the biggest city in Canada, so there are lots of opportunities there. However, since it is too big,… Continue reading Are you single and in Toronto? (or in Montreal)?