January 2017

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First Look: Sabai Sabai finds a new home on Bloor East

Sabai Sabai has entered into its second incarnation with a move to the Yonge and Bloor area, a doubling of their capacity and a renewed focus on Laotian hospitality and preparations.

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Bite into South African Sunday brunch at Jack and Lil’s

At Jack and Lil’s, brunch is truly a family affair. Stepping inside the Dundas West space, it feels as though you’ve entered your mom’s kitchen. South African tchotchkes and memorabilia spill from all corners, creating a cheery visual tapestry, while classical music provides auditory ambience.

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Checking in with Chinatown Sundays at Rose & Sons ahead of Lunar New Year

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Lunch Pick: One Fifty offers a downtown alternative for Drake brunch

The Drake Hotel has long been go-to for the meal, but downtown’s Drake One Fifty is putting forth a pretty good argument for switching locations.

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First Look: Pair of friends open Brothers to offer casual and graceful dining above Bay Station

Chris White and Jon Nicolau have been working on developing the idea for Brothers — in the end, it needed to be "casual and graceful and nice and in the centre of the city” — almost from the time they met.

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The Michelin restaurant guide doesn’t bother with Toronto. Should we care?

For Canadians, despite the rising stock of our homegrown cuisine, international acclaim as a tourist destination and a blooming awareness of our independent cultural identity, the guide has yet to make a Canadian selection in its 116-year history.

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Bringing the craft back to classic Toronto diners

We don’t know if it’s comfort-food craving stemming from fear rooted in the American election results or just from a desire to eat reimagined nostalgic foods, but T.O. is currently falling for glam spoons.

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Poke: The Hawaiian dish with punch

Shoushin’s Jackie Lin on where to find the best poke in Toronto.

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First Look: Forno Cultura adds grab-and-go location at First Canadian Place

Forno Cultura, an authentic Italian bakery, has opened in First Canadian Place. Andrea Mastrandrea established the brand in April 2013 with a large production-and-retail space on King West near Portland.

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Yonge & Eg’s Dutch snack bar is the place to sip on gin

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