What’s on the menu at TICH in Mimico

Tich is a modern Indian restaurant located in Toronto’s Mimico neighbourhood in the west end. While there are a few great Indian food spots in the area, owners Karan Kalia and her husband Sunil wanted their restaurant to stand out from the rest by creating an atmosphere that was distinguishably not Indian.


What’s on the Menu at Hello 123 on Queen W

Hello 123 is a plant-based restaurant and bar from the same people behind Kupfert & Kim. As a long-time customer at their quick-serve Kupfert & Kim location in the PATH, I was excited to hear that a sit down restaurant would be opening in the city’s west end.


What’s on the Menu at Parallel Brothers on Geary Ave

Parallel Brothers is a tahini production factory and Mediterranean restaurant that is dedicated to celebrating all you can do with the versatile ingredient, sesame butter.

A first of its kind in Toronto, brothers Alon, Guy, and Aharon Ozery (founders of Ozery Bakery) transformed the old industrial space on the infamous Geary Avenue into a lively and hip restaurant and cafe that doubles as a production factory for freshly made tahini.


18 Toronto Spots You Should Eat at in 2018

Start making your new years food bucket list – I’ve rounded up the top 18 Toronto spots you should eat at in 2018.

What makes Toronto a unique city to eat in? It is one of the most multicultural in the world;


A love letter to my favourite Toronto neighbourhood

Dear Roncesvalles,

It’s been five years since you turned this suburban girl into an urbanite. I still remember the day I put in my application for the tiny basement apartment on Geoffrey Street, the apartment that would eventually turn into my first home as a newlywed.


Diner en Blanc Toronto 2017

I did it! I attended my very first Diner en Blanc event at nearly 38 weeks pregnant (2 weeks from my due date!!) and had a blast. I admit I was a bit apprehensive as I thought through the preparation process,


A Taste of Canada in Toronto

Happy Canada Day everyone! There’s been a lot of build up to Canada’s 150th. It’s started some great conversations about our country’s history and has certainly made me reflect on where we’ve come from and where we are today. I am appreciative of my grandparents who immigrated to Canada three decades ago and sacrificed so much for their kids and grandkids.