Experiencing Alo Restaurant

Alo is a filling tasting menu experience that leaves you speechless. Toronto has its fair share of restaurants with extravagant tasting menus. Each is known for its fantastic food, but is limited by one critical aspect – you leave hungry. My visit to Alo Restaurant was to celebrate my 22nd Birthday. After struggling to get reservations, […]

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Review: Bar Raval

Bar Raval transports you to a Spanish pinxtos bar, separated from the outside world and offering some of the best food in Toronto. Before entering this restaurant I had never enjoyed a meal while standing across a barrel in the company of others, nor had I been so confused as to how a seating system works. […]

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Review: Japango

Located near Bay and Dundas, Japango is a squished restaurant that offers some of the best sushi in Toronto at affordable prices. Upon first glance you may be deterred from going to Japango to eat given its claustrophobic atmosphere. It has a very small seating area where even sitting down at your table is a challenge […]

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Introducing: Sushi Couture

Sushi chef Ken Zhang succeeds in bringing the high quality fresh fish of Japango and Yuzu No Hana to the Bloor Street area. Those used to massive menus at sushi places with tons of specialty rolls, hand rolls, soups and more may be deterred by the simple menu found at Sushi Couture. But fear not! […]

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Review: Miku

While Toronto is no stranger to upscale sushi restaurants, Miku’s focus on aburi makes it a unique experience and a must-try. Bay street bankers, sushi fanatics, and people celebrating special events will enjoy the high quality fish here. Recently opened at Bay and Queens Quay the atmosphere fits the location. Whether you’re sitting at the […]

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