A Quick Guide to Dim Sum


Dim sum originates from the Silk Road in China. People would take rest stops at tea houses and quick small bites were invented to be enjoyed with the tea. The word dim sum directly translates…

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Pow Wow Cafe


Shawn Adler introduced a new type of taco to the city last October when he opened Pow Wow Cafe in Kensington Market. Pow wow is an Aboriginal word for a social gathering where people come together to…

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Top 5 Places for Fried Chicken in Toronto


Everything is better when it’s fried and that especially rings true for chicken. Fried chicken is the ultimate guilty pleasure food in all its forms. Whether it is a large crispy drumstick or an addictive…

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Best Places to Eat in Toronto’s Little Tokyo


There’s certainly no shortage of Japanese food in Toronto. Long gone are the days when the only options were sushi restaurants or a few izakayas. Recently, the strip on Dundas between University and Bay has seen…

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Snacking on Paletas in Kensington Market


Paletas, the Mexican equivalent of popsicles, seem to be the latest sweet craze in Toronto. Two shops just recently opened in Kensington Market that all focus on the icy treat. The word paleta stems from the Spanish…

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