If you’re walking down King West, I’m sure you’ve noticed those two giant yellow doors located just west of Spadina. Behind those eye-catching doors is Weslodge (@Weslodge), a modern saloon brought to us by Charles Khabouth and Hanif Harji.
The only times I don’t see a line out the door at Lady Marmalade (@ladymrestaurant) is when they’re closed. If you’re walking down Queen street on a weekend, there’s no doubt you’ll know this is one of the hottest brunch spots in Leslieville.
Mike and I often walk by Ruby Watchco (@RubyWatchco) and each time we do, we always stop to drool at their current menu. What I find impressive is the fact that their menu changes daily. It’s definitely a restaurant that will never get boring.
For such a culturally diverse city, Toronto surprisingly doesn’t have very many restaurants representing French Caribbean food. Starting out as a catering company (Manje Kreyol Catering) which was popular amongst the Francophone community, the owners wanted to share their food with the rest of the city.