With the 11th anniversary of Winterlicious currently underway, Torontonians are looking to enjoy the city’s premiere dining scene. For this year’s festival, we had the chance to have dinner and chat with chef John Horne of premiere restaurant, Canoe.Continue Reading →
Due to immense popularity and the state of the economy, the prix fixe festival has been extended by another two weeks (Feb 28th). If you’re following twitter or other online communities, you’ll notice that there is a divide between those who are enjoying the festival, and those who criticize [...]Continue Reading →
In between researching stories at my internship and chasing down sources, I found myself catching up with friends over a quickie lunch at Jump Cafe & Bar. We decided to check out their Winterlicious 2009 menu because, as poor students, it was perfectly in our priced into our …budget.
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Critically acclaimed Amaya took Toronto by storm almost two years ago, blending classic Indian cooking with modern techniques and flavours. For all intents and purposes, it introduced Nouvelle Indian cuisine to the masses (The Host doesn’t count) and has been loved since then. A second restaurant opened on Yonge [...]Continue Reading →