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Eat: Lee Restaurant

For my birthday dinner, James took me to Lee Restaurant, one of three restaurants under Susur Lee in Toronto. Having been around the King West neighbourhood plenty of times, I barely ever notice the restaurant with its somewhat nondescript facade of large windows overlooking the entire restaurant and the large neon hanging sign that says “Lee RESTAURANT”. 232 more words


#IndigoTweetNGreet at Lisa Marie

Indigo Events, an active social media presence via Twitter @indigogreenroom, recently began its #IndigoTweetNGreet. The idea: A social experiment with 10 randomly selected winners attending a dinner (no plus 1!) at a trendy city location. 299 more words


Eat: Bareburger

Another year older, another year not wiser. Nonetheless, I kept my 27th birthday celebration very low-key; simply spending it with James on Saturday and then taking my parents to the… 253 more words


See Food Journal #3: Special Combo at Shanghai Restaurant

Place: Shanghai Restaurant, 5451 Yonge Street, North York, (647) 430-7560.

Specialty: Korean-Chinese family-style combos.

Occasion: Dinner with two of my second cousins, Shawn and James. 189 more words


Eat: Vietnamese Rice Rolls at Bánh Cuốn Phở Gà

For those of you living in Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta, PEI and Nova Scotia, I hope you all are having a lovely long weekend and spending it with family for Family Day (for those in the Maritimes, hope you all are safe after such terrible Winter storm). 233 more words


Eat: Luma (Winterlicious)

The last Winterlicious venture of 2015 is at Luma, located on the second floor of TIFF Bell Lightbox. Luma and I go way back, it was a place where I experienced quite awkward moments, like waiting for my boyfriend whom was running really late at the office; I am sure the staff thought I was being stood up ( 302 more words


Food story: Vegetarian food featuring Fresh restaurant

There was a time in my life when I was resistant to eating vegetarian food. I didn’t find it appealing at all.

I assumed, wrongly, that it was boring. 628 more words