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Eat: Seven Lives Tacos Y Mariscos

In Kensington Market lies Seven Lives Tacos Y Mariscos, a bustling taqueria serving Southern California/Baja style Mexican food. Be prepared for a line up and an effort to shuffle your way in this tiny eatery, but I’ve been told that this place is one of the best to get your fix on fish tacos. 179 more words


Brunch at The Beast

Finally, I was able to enjoy brunch at the very popular The Beast Restaurant (http://thebeastrestaurant.com/). The menu is very unconventional and unique.

I got the dark roast coffee which tasted like a combination of walnuts and chocolate. 152 more words


The Chickery; Real Tasting Chicken and Sides

If you are looking for a different take on chicken, The Chickery(http://www.thechickery.com/) is a different, better version of Swiss Chalet.

Everything Chicken is on the menu and they also serve beer! 162 more words


Eat: Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu (revisit)

My cousin and I revisited Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu for Korean tofu stew on Friday. We came at the beginning of the dinner hour, and luckily we scored a table right when a small lineup began to form. 76 more words


Death to Adverbs

Writing 101: Give & Take

Go to a local café, park, or public place and report on what you see. Get detailed: leave no nuance behind. 426 more words

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Gyugyuya Is The Only Curry Japanese Restaurant in Toronto

Toronto has gotten the first curry Japanese restaurant to open in Toronto. It stands out like a sore thumb on Dundas St just east of University Ave. 124 more words