Check out the Latest Posts:
Miss Thing’s

Before having dinner at The Commodore last month, we dropped by Miss Thing’s (@missthingsbar) for a quick pre-dinner drink and snack. We were so impressed with the little taste that we had, we knew we had to be back for more.

Saturday Dinette

Brunch used to be part of our regular Sunday routine but between home renovations and wedding planning, it became a distant memory. With all of that now behind us, I’m hoping it’ll make its way back into our regular weekend schedule. On a recent lazy Sunday morning, we decided to forgo our usual breakfast of bagels and decided to check out the popular Saturday Dinette for brunch.

Makkal Chon

One of the best things about the cooler weather is the return of hot, comforting stews back into my diet. The other day I had a craving for pork bone soup and ended up at Makkal Chon as we were running errands in the east end.

Maple Leaf Tavern

Located on Gerrard Street, across from Gerrard Square, Maple Leaf Tavern has quite the history. According to their website, the building was originally built in 1910 and converted to a hotel in 1935 which was also home to a bar and dining room. In recent years, the bar, named Maple Leaf Tavern, was seedy at best and from what I heard, had an interesting clientele. The space was purchased in 2013 and after undergoing a massive renovation reopened with the same name in the spring of this year.

369 Shanghai Dim Sum

Whenever we’re in the mood for Shanghai food, we always end up at Ding Tai Fung in Markham. In the quest to try some place new, we wound up at 369 Shanghai Dim Sum, located in the Peachtree Plaza at Highway 7 and Kennedy.