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Eat: Union

Union on Ossington. Not your typical French bistro. No frou frou French food, rather it is contemporary take on the Parisian bistro with more substance. A great emphasis is placed on sourcing its meats and produce locally. 243 more words


Eat: California Sandwiches

My former colleague loves California Sandwiches, a family-owned Italian sandwich spot that began with humble beginnings in Little Italy and now with multiple locations throughout the city. 132 more words


Eat: The Emerson Restaurant

Have never ventured down the Bloor/Landsdowne area much since moving out from the area 20-some years ago. The Emerson Restaurant is worth a venture. Came here with some friends. 117 more words


Eat: Rua Vang Golden Turtle

Before when I rarely venture west of the city, I had heard about Rua Vang Golden Turtle and how popular it is on the Ossington strip. 215 more words


Eat: The Good Son Restaurant

When you haven’t seen someone for a good period of time, it kind of feels like a first date again. Regardless of keeping in touch everyday with the 10 hour time difference, I was elated to see him face-to-face as he nosh on steak at… 67 more words


Marc Perreault - NomNomNom Poutine + Crepes, Toronto, Canada

To me, food is comfort.

From the moment we are born, we are nourished by it. It becomes such a fundamental part of us that we are comforted by its mere mention, sight, smell or even sound.   89 more words

What Does Food Mean To You

Baja Fish Tacos: El Catrin vs. Seven Lives

These restaurants are so different in every way possible, but with a similar price point of about $5 per baja fish taco, this feud comes down purely to taste. 118 more words