Surprise! T.O. is home to not one but two makers of massive doughnuts. These GTA bakeries have taken the traditional hand-held fave and turned it on its ear. For the hole story, read on.
The baked Alaska first made waves at New York’s Delmonico’s restaurant back in 1876 now Toronto's Cafe Boulud is bringing it back.
When Parkdalians got word earlier this year that the iconic Skyline Restaurant was shuttering, tears were shed.
Chantecler 2.0 has nothing to do with the Asian fusion lettucy thingies of chef Poon, but the room is unchanged — still a small and incredibly sweet bistro with thick wooden tables, some high-top, some regulation height, white tile floors a la française and a cheerful atmosphere with friendly service.
It’s safe to say that, when one heads to Yorkdale for a shopping spree, Turkish pizza tends not to be top of mind.
The best places to eat in Thornhill and Richmond for 2016.
Leña is the newest addition to the Oliver & Bonacini empire. For Anthony Walsh, the company’s corporate executive chef, this project is especially close to his heart. Leña is named after his Argentinian mother-in-law and pays homage to her country’s cuisine.
This new (to us) form of pizza is called Detroit-style and is on offer in an unassuming 22-seat hole-in-the-wall in Leslieville.