Tuesday, January 24, 2012


French for 'hazelnut', La Noisette (pronounced 'nwah-zeht') is a Markham-based bakery aiming to provide  fresh and creative cakes, desserts and pastries.

Where: 2300 John Street, Unit 2B
(John Street and Leslie Street)
Thornhill, ON
L3T 6G7
Price: $

Green Lemon Grass - South East Asian Cuisine

Although I'm huge on decor and design, I can deeply appreciate a restaurant that doesn't focus much on decor but on what they serve instead. What am I talking about? I'm talking about local restaurants that have no affiliation to big chain restaurants and simply serve a solid meal. And this is exactly what Green Lemon Grass is

via. Food TO
9425 Leslie Street, Unit 8 (Leslie and 16th Avenue)
Richmond Hill
L4B 3N8
905 508 5328

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Steve's Restaurant

Recently saw in the Thornhill Post, two of the best, local, brunch restaurants and came across Steve's!!

Where8100 Yonge St. Unit 4
Phone - (905) 889-9595
(menu prices are inaccurate on their website)
Price: $

Friday, January 13, 2012


Found this place out when my friend recommended their ramen. Has been a solid place for noodles since :)!
via. Yelp

Where:  8865 Woodbine Ave, Unit D5
Markham, ON
L3R 5G1
Price: $$

Thursday, January 12, 2012


Stumbled across this restaurant when we were eating with J's family at Chili Secrets, an oriental restaurant next door!

9021 Leslie St  Richmond Hill, ON L4B 0B2
(905) 881-9500
Price: $$

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

SCHWARTZ'S [Montreal]

AKA. The only reason I go to Montreal. No, I am not kidding. I never kid about good food.

If you don't already know (shame on you, if you don't), Montreal is famously known for its smoked meat and Schwartz's is famously known as THE smoked meat restaurant. What more convincing do you need?

Where: 3895 Saint-Laurent
Montreal, QC, Canada
514 842 4813
Price: $ (Everything $15 and under)


J and I are definitely real carnivores, we both love meat and good meat at that. Needless to say when we heard about Black Hoof, we both knew we HAD to try it. Owner, Grant van Gameron has generated much deserved attention for himself as a master of charcuterie. He expertly knows how to make about 40 different types of charcuterie – from lavender and sake cured capicollo to even horse meat!  

Where: 928 Dundas Street West
Price: $$ (Entrees between $10-$22)
No reservations; cash and debit only

BEWARE to all vegetarians or anyone on a diet – this is not the place for you - unless you are just fine eating cheese and bread :)

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Song Cook's

Korean food has taken Toronto by storm. What was relatively unknown a few years ago has become increasingly popular in Toronto today. I love spicy food, so this trend is right up my alley!

Song Cook's (located behind the giant Moore's building.. it's easy to miss so keep your eyes peeled!!)
Where: 72 Steeles Avenue West, unit. 6, North York, Toronto (Behind the Moore's store - it's really hidden!!)
647 678 8000
What: Dinner
Price: $

Monday, January 2, 2012

Finally !

We’ve been meaning to get to a food blog for a while. And well, what better time to start then during work?

J and I love food. We love to make it, bake it, eat it, and will go to huge extents to travel to try new (or return to old) places to eat (too willingly..). 
This is our blog documenting our wonderful journey
Follow us but beware: we are not responsible if you fall into a food--coma :)
Happy eatings,