Riverside hasn’t exactly been known as a culinary destination, but Kaboom Chicken is about to change that.
Kim hopes to recreate Korean flavours using local ingredients at his new restaurant, Doma, on Clinton.
Her historical narrative works back to the first century BC — touching upon the Chinese colonization of Vietnam — and we barely get up to the early 15th century Ming occupation by the time we pull up to St. Clair’s Pho Xua, our hunger taking precedence over conversation.
It’s an Argentinian grill: the Argentinian tradition is to cook over a live fire of hardwood and Argentinian lump charcoal, which imparts a bit of a smoke undertone to the meat along with a charred crust that’s kissin’ cousin to crispy. Rather splendid.
Now, some of their favourite flavours are available from a daily lunch counter in a newly expanded section of their Duncan Street restaurant, which is also available for private rental in the evening.
Since flinging open the doors of this pocket-sized takeout counter, owner Pawel Grezlikowski has been feeding mountains of fried bird to a happy crowd.
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With the arrival of Toronto’s very first, um, Poop Café (which serves ice cream in miniature toilets), we sought out other local spots serving dishes in atypical dishware.
Superpoint is Jesse Fader and Jonathan Poon’s new wine bar on Ossington. that focuses on pizza, casual Italian fare and a wine program which will please wine geeks.
Amy Rosen is a James Beard nominated, award-winning freelance journalist and former food editor at Chatelaine and House & Home magazines. She’s also a cookbook author. her first Toronto Cooks was published in 2014 and her next one, Toronto Eats is slated for a fall release in 2017. With the opening of Rosen’s Cinnamon Buns she added restaurateur to the list of titles.