When the news came last week that renowned Toronto chef Susur Lee has been having his servers fork over their tips to pay for everyday restaurant mishaps — like spilled drinks or wrong orders — he and his restaurants were blasted for the illegal policy. 206 more words
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There are few things more fascinating in modern celebrity culture than the offspring of the one per cent. We watch them through tabloids, society columns and social media as though they’re exotic tropical fish on display in a giant glass tank – except that, unlike aquariums, we feel entitled to bang on the glass. 1,190 more words
About the meal(s): Top right: Oyster Sake Shot, bottom right: Yucatan Ceviche, middle: Wild Albacore Tuna Sashimi, bottom left: Scallop Tataki.
*Oyster Sake Shot*
This was my first time seeing an oyster dish being presented in the form of a shot. 167 more words
The perfect sandwich is what many of us spend our lunch breaks trying to find.
Traditionally used as a vehicle to transport meat and carbs into our bodies, many sandwiches can be categorized as good, but few make the doughy leap to true greatness. 1,014 more words