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Windup Bird Cafe’s Ganmodoki – Japanese Fried Tofu Burger

Recipe for Windup Bird Cafe’s Ganmodki, demonstrated at a Kid-Chen Confidential preview.

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Windupbird Cafe

Windup Bird Cafe: A new hub for culinary activism

Windup Bird Cafe hosts programs aimed at food literacy, literary/culinary arts and social activism + programming for children. The food is outstanding and will appeal

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Richmond Station: Mostly on track, worth a return

A mini review of Richmond Station in downtown Toronto. Some hits and misses with food, excellent service.

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2 weeks left to eat and vote

Have you eaten at Canada’s Best New Restaurant?

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EnRoute wants you to vote & eat

Help EnRoute magazine choose Canada’s Best New Restaurant, have a chance to win a trip to Toronto with a roof with a view and more.

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Two Bite Saloon – under the radar too long

This post was originally called “Two Bite Saloon – get over there but don’t sit in my seat”. I’ve been negligent. Secretive. Holding out. Two Bite Saloon moved onto my block last November and I haven’t written about them until now. Why not? I don’t know. Maybe I’ve subconsciously feared losing my spot at the bar. […]

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Flat Iron Steak

Review: Little Anthony’s

How it really arrived, via email: Celebrate the simplicity of classic Italian cuisine. Please join us for an intimate media dinner previewing Andreas Antoniou’s re-launched Little Anthony’s, a neighbourhood osteria with big taste. The evening will feature a menu created by new executive chef Garth Legree and will include selections from general manager Matt Roulston’s […]

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Chef Eric Wood leaves Hawthorne Food and Drink

I was out having coffee with my friend Joanna (owner of Bumpercrop) earlier when I received a direct message on Twitter from Chef Eric Wood: “My own copy” was a photo of an announcement. Last Thursday (March 28) chef Eric ended his affiliation with Hawthorne Food and Drink, less than 5 months after opening it. He’s handed over the kitchen to […]

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Tallboys brings craft beer to Bloorcourt

In a city of draught and bottles, cans can have an undeserved bad rap. Walk into Tall Boys Craft Beer House and you’ll find that there are NO bottles available, 5 taps and nearly 30 types of beer in cans with a couple of ciders – I’ve found Thornbury and Williams cider on various nights.

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Tundra restaurant Toronto: A Canadian experience

Tundra opened in the Hilton hotel Toronto in 2000. In that time it’s won a number of awards. In 2009 it won Diners Choice Award by Open Table, in 2010 the VQA Restaurant Award of Excellence, in 2011 it was voted Best Hotel Dining Award by the Readers of Where Magazine and it’s been the […]

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