Thursday, June 30, 2016Clear 23°C

New Toronto takeout joint serves meaty sandwiches

Posted by Amy Grief / June 29, 2016

330 TakeoutIf you're looking to take a filling lunch back to the office, check out this spot that caters to a grab-and-go crowd. With made-in-house porchetta and rotisserie chicken, you won't feel like you're eating a sad desk lunch when you order food from here.

Read my profile of 330 Takeout in the restaurants section.

Toronto gets a coffee shop made for runners

Posted by Sarah Brown / June 29, 2016

sweat and sodaIf you look closely inside this new Toronto cafe, you'll notice it's a little unusual. Not only is it fully loaded with kombucha and nitro cold brew on tap, vegan and gluten-free food items, but there are also communal lockers that runners can take advantage of to store their belongings before heading out to jog.

Read my profile of Sweat & Soda in the cafes section.

Toronto's newest restaurant is all about lobsters

Posted by Liora Ipsum / June 28, 2016

lbs torontoThis just opened restaurant wants to make lobster a casual, everyday affair. On the streamlined menu are just four dishes each priced at $22. If you want to get fancy, order the Krug champagne by the glass for $100.

Read my profile of Lbs. in the restaurants section.

Where to eat Indian food near the lake in Toronto

Posted by Christina Cheung / June 27, 2016

TichThis restaurant cooks up some delicious modern Indian cuisine, from great butter chicken to the tastiest lamb chops I've ever had. Eat here before the rest of Canada finds out about it on television.

Read my profile of Tich Indian in the restaurants section.

Toronto gets a new French bistro

Posted by Liora Ipsum / June 26, 2016

Le Baratin TorontoThis new bistro wants to change Toronto's perception that French food needs to be fancy, fussy and expensive. The rustic dining room, and casual all-day menu features seasonal salads, tartes and charcuterie plus wholesome entrees like ratatouille and steak frites.

Read my profile of Le Baratin in the restaurants section.

Toronto's newest cafe serves up authentic Arabic coffee

Posted by Sarah Brown / June 25, 2016

Hailed Coffee TorontoToronto's newest cafe fuses modern design and ancient traditions. With a minimalist interior and a rare Dalla Corte espresso machine, this new kid on the block brings something novel to the city's coffee scene.

Read my profile of Hailed Coffee in the cafes selection.
Other Cities: Montreal