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Eat & Drink

The top 10 steak and eggs in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / February 14, 2016

Steak and Eggs TorontoSteak and eggs is a meaty start to any morning Toronto. This indulgent breakfast is often overlooked for pork-ier pastures (this is Hogtown after all) but you'll find top notch takes on this classic diner dish at menus across the city, from old school grill houses to upscale brunch destinations.

Here are my picks for the top steak and eggs in Toronto.

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5 old school Italian restaurants in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / February 13, 2016

Old School Italian TorontoOld school Italian restaurants in Toronto are a source for red sauce staples otherwise known as Italian-American classics. These are restaurants that are decades old, retro in style and still offering up something different in Toronto's restaurant landscape.

Here's a round-up of old school Italian restaurants in Toronto.

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10 restaurants for Family Day brunch in Toronto

Posted by Liora Ipsum / February 13, 2016

Family Day Brunch TorontoBrunch is the perfect way to take advantage of the extra day off this Family Day Weekend in Toronto. After the excitement surrounding All-Star weekend and the inevitable Valentine's Day hangover, it's totally reasonable to want to spend the day with loved ones, even if you're counting mimosas and eggs among them.

Here's a roundup of restaurants serving brunch this Family Day in Toronto.

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The top 26 sandwiches in Toronto by country

Posted by Liora Ipsum / February 12, 2016

sandwiches TorontoToronto is home to an astounding variety of sandwiches from around the world. Weather looking for lunch time staples and street foods from across an ocean, or embracing the hand-held specialties of various continents - these sandwiches feature a multi-cultural array of breads, flavours and fillings that couldn't be more diverse or delicious.

Here are my picks for the top international sandwiches you'll find in Toronto.

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Khao San Road is closing and moving locations

Posted by Amy Grief / February 12, 2016

khao san roadWhat's your favourite Thai restaurant in Toronto? Many would quickly answer Khao San Road. Monte Wan's popular Adelaide Street eatery usually has a lineup snaking out the door as hungry customers wait around for dishes such as khao soi, pad thai and squash fritters.

But on February 26, Khao San Road will close up its original location before moving to a bigger space 250 metres away at 11 Charlotte St.

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Toronto Food Events: India From Street Level to Underground, Winter Brewfest, Pigeonhole at Omaw

Posted by Liora Ipsum / February 12, 2016

Maman Fondue TorontoToronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious events, festivals, pop-ups, winemaker dinners, supper clubs and other food related happenings in Toronto this week and next. You can find us here every Friday morning.

THIS WEEK
  • There's still time to sample all four original soups at the Cantina by Campbell's hosted by Rock Lobster's chef Matt Dean Pettit. The pop-up soup is ladling out free soup at lunch and dinner until February 22 at 501 Queen West.
  • Maman (100 King Street West) is hosting a Fondue Night on Tuesday, February 16 at 7 p.m. Reservations are required for this $45 prix-fixe menu featuring an assortment of tapas and a creamy three-cheese fondue served with all the accoutrements.
  • Tickets ($75) are still available for the Indian feast dubbed From Street Level to Underground taking place at the Indian Street Food Company (1701 Bayview Avenue) on Wednesday, February 17. Look forward to dishes including chili garlic crab, lamb raan pau, chicken biryani and kulfi.

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