All posts tagged "Toronto"

  • Best Food Halls in Canada (The Feed Podcast)

    On part two of our North American Food Market Crawl, we talk to the experts in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, sampling the best fare from...

  • Buca Yorkville

    Rob Gentile is one of Toronto’s brightest stars. He cooks with vigor and passion and is on the road several times a year, always learning...

  • Bar Raval

    I’m a big fan of Bar Isabel, so when I heard they were opening a tapas bar, I had pretty high hopes. It delivered on...

  • Ontario’s Butter Tarts (PRI’s The World)

    Quebéc has its maple sugar pie. In British Columbia, the Nanaimo Bar rules. But in Ontario, there’s no denying the importance of the humble butter...

  • Fat Pasha

    At its core, Fat Pasha is “tasty Jew food” as my colleague Chris Nuttall-Smith explained. The food critic for the Globe and Mail fell in...

  • The Feed Podcast (Episode 11)

    On this show, Steve, Rick & Lindsey discuss the cost/benefits of pay-for-reservation services, then Steve reports on Lima’s burgeoning food scene. Rick invites chef Todd...

  • Terroir, Tamago and Tijuana Tacos

    Nathan Thornburgh presenting at Terroir. Just a couple of thoughts from the past week:   I attended the annual Terroir Symposium in Toronto last week,...

  • Momofuku Daishō

    First of all, you have to make some time to see the Momofuku Complex/Temple while you’re in town. Located next to the Shangri-La Hotel, David...

  • Restaurant Chantecler

    Restauarnt Chantecler offers a rotating menu of inventive tapas – many with an Asian spin – and signature cocktails in a cozy, brick exposed location....

  • Bar Isabel

    One of my favorite restaurants in Toronto, Bar Isabel serves up craft beer and creative, Spanish-influenced plates in a rustic, old-world setting that doesn’t feel...

  • Manic Coffee

    This stylish coffee shop crafts their own gelato and sorbet. Located on busy College Street, they were the first to carry Intelligentsia coffee (in a...