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The Best Banh Mi in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / June 29, 2016

banh mi torontoThe best banh mi in Toronto might be among the freshest and cheapest fast food options around. The hybrid submarine sandwiches are the product of French colonial influences on Vietnam and while traditionalist are still crafting them with pâté, cold cuts and pickles, plenty of new wave banh mi shops have mixed in cross-cultural flavours from across the globe.

This is the best banh mi in Toronto.
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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.
Eat & Drink

The Union Station outdoor summer market is now open

Posted by Liora Ipsum / June 28, 2016

union summer marketThe Union Summer Market in front of Toronto's Union Station is now in full swing until September 5. It's open on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. into the evening and features 18 food vendors, plenty of seating and live entertainment.

Check out what's available to eat and drink at the Union Summer Market in this photo gallery.
Best of Toronto

The Best Tea Cafes in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / June 27, 2016

tea cafes torontoThe best tea cafes in Toronto are as varied as the seemingly endless blends, styles and flavours of tea available. While some brew cups with modern machines and techniques, others use centuries-old brewing traditions. Whether you're seeking to sooth your senses, invigorate or entertain, a cup of tea will always satisfy.

Here are the best tea cafes in Toronto.
Eat & Drink

This Week on DineSafe: Siddhartha, Pulp Kitchen, Hero Burger, Whitlock's, Aurora Borealis, Old School, Harlem

Posted by Liora Ipsum / June 27, 2016

dinesafeThis week on DineSafe, Toronto cruise ship the Aurora Borealis is closed for failure to provide potable water. Also on the list with conditional passes are a couple of Hero Burger outlets.

See which other restaurants landed on DineSafe.

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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.
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