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Where to eat and drink on a patio in Markham

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / August 15, 2016

smash kitchenMarkham isn't necessarily known for its patio scene but there's an exception to the rule at this strip mall restaurant where comfort food like burgers, fried chicken and mac and cheese reign supreme.

Read my profile of Smash Kitchen in the restaurants section.
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Toronto's first sushi burrito restaurant is now open

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / August 11, 2016

Rolltation TorontoSushi burritos are one of the "it" foods right now, and while we've had a couple of food trucks and pop-ups this summer, this is Toronto's first bricks and mortar restaurant to capitalize on the trend

Read my profile of Rolltation in the restaurants section.
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Where to eat raw crab Korean-style in Toronto

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / August 10, 2016

Jung Soo Nae TorontoThis humble restaurant serves some excellent Korean seafood that's hard to find at Toronto restaurants. Here you'll find specialities like raw crab and baby octopus that you cook on a personal grill alongside other rare delicacies from the sea.

Read my profile of Jung Soo Nae in the restaurants section.
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New restaurant serves up skewers and noodle bowls

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / August 8, 2016

Little Master TorontoThis new restaurant serves up Shaanxi-style food, which is native to northwestern China and less common in Toronto that other regional cuisines. Here you'll find a host of skewers as well as lamb dishes and noodle dishes.

Read my profile of Little Master in the restaurants section.
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Hidden food stall serves Yanbian-style street eats

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / August 5, 2016

Spicy Legend MarkhamThis little food stall is one of the only places in the Toronto area to find authentic Yanbian-style street food, which marries Korean and Chinese cuisines. From spicy skewers to dry hot pot, it's a unique culinary experience.

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This shop is a wonderland for Asian snacks and candy

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / July 28, 2016

Ding Dong GroceryIf you're looking for wild and wacky Asian confections, this shop is a wonderland of candy and soft drinks that you won't find in many places around Toronto.

Read my profile of Ding Dong in the grocery section.
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