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Hidden gelato spot serves up indulgent & original treats

Posted by Amy Grief / May 3, 2016

Death in Venice Gelato TorontoA locally based Chopped Canada Champion didn't want to travel along the traditional path and open a restaurant. Instead, he started a gelato company with his girlfriend. He now churns out creamy, uniquely flavoured and delicious creations using mostly locally sourced and seasonal ingredients.

Read my profile of Death in Venice Gelato in the restaurants section.

Where to eat avocado toast in Toronto

Posted by Christina Cheung / May 2, 2016

iq food coAvocado toast is all the rage these days but it's just one of the many breakfast and lunch options available at this growing chain of healthy eateries.

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Where to eat ramen in Toronto right now

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / April 30, 2016

hakata ramenIt may not be the most well-known ramen joint in town but one of Toronto's newest destinations for the Japanese comfort food has been winning over crowds with its complex flavours and great prices.

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Now you can get a vegan Big Mac in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / April 29, 2016

Doomies TorontoVegan Big Mac's have finally arrived in Toronto. This new meatless offering comes to Hogtown via Los Angeles and is now available at this vegan restaurant that also dishes out loaded fries and donuts.

Read my profile of Doomie's in the restaurants section.

Pizza cones are now available in Toronto

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / April 26, 2016

Yummy ConeThe latest and greatest way to eat pizza in Toronto is in a cone. Yup, picture an ice cream cone but stuffed with cheese, tomato sauce, and all the toppings you'd expect at a pizza parlour. This restaurant does a variety of pizza cones, from the traditional pepperoni to the more daring breakfast version.

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Toronto gets an authentic Texas-style barbecue joint

Posted by Liora Ipsum / April 26, 2016

Adamson Barbecue TorontoTexas-style barbecue has arrived in Toronto as this just-opened restaurant. Make sure to order a thorough sampling of all the meats; beef brisket, ribs, pulled pork, sausages and smoked turkey on a platter with slices of white bread with pickles and onions.

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