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Now you can drink ice cream sandwich coffee in Toronto

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

Infuse CafeForget about cortados, flat whites and matcha lattes - this newish cafe has a drink that tops them all. Ice cream sandwich coffee is just what it sounds like - two ice cream sandwiches blended with coffee.

Find out more in my profile of Infuse Cafe in the cafes section.
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The Best Chinese Bakeries in Toronto

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / April 13, 2016

chinese bakery torontoThe best Chinese bakeries in Toronto offer a wide selection of freshly-baked pastries. Whether you're looking for something sweet, savoury, or both, you're sure to find it here at prices that won't break your budget.

Here are the best Chinese bakeries in Toronto.

Writing by Darren "DKLo" Susilo. When not writing for blogTO he can usually be found tweeting here or pressing words into this blog. Top photo by chewables at Lucullus Bakery via Instagram.

The spice is right at Toronto's newest Hakka restaurant

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

hakka wowScarborough and Markham have a reputation for housing some of the best Hakka restaurants in the city but now's there's a new player in town that serves up spice a little closer to the downtown core.

Read my profile of Hakka Wow in the restaurants section.

New noodle shop a destination for Shaanxi-style cuisine

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

Artisan NoodleHaving a craving for noodles but want to try something different than the usual ramen spot? This hole in the wall restaurant is making waves for its Shaanxi-style cuisine starring fresh made noodles as well as unique offerings like Chinese hamburgers.

Read my profile of Artisan Noodle in the restaurants section.

New restaurant is a paradise for bao lovers

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / April 4, 2016

its a bao timeThis cleverly named restaurant makes a dizzying array of bao and banh mi, from pork belly to Japanese fried chicken. There's also banh mi and a host of Asian-inspired appetizers like Bulgogi Kimchi Fries that'll have you eating until you're stuffed.

Read my profile of It's a Bao Time in the restaurants section.

This restaurant a shrine for Hakka cuisine in Toronto

Posted by Darren "DKLo" Susilo / March 27, 2016

federick restaurantNow with two Toronto locations, Hakka fiends have even more reasons to rejoice - and less excuse not to visit this shrine for the spicy fusion of Indian and Chinese cuisine.

Read my profile of Federick in the restaurants section.
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