Review: King’s Noodle Restaurant

Trying a new Chinese restaurant in Chinatown is one of the most overwhelming tasks I can think of undertaking. There are just so many choices, ranging from overpriced and overfilled, greasy and sweaty tasting, and really horrible service. King’s Noodle restaurant, however, isn’t one of these. Given the name ofContinue Reading

Review: The Sultan’s Tent & Café Moroc

Once again I would like to write about one of my biggest passions, food.  Specifically, in this case, the best restaurant for Moroccan food I’ve tried – The Sultan’s Tent & Café Moroc. The restaurant is located on one of the most emblematic streets of downtown Toronto, Front street –Continue Reading

Review: King’s Noodle Restaurant

It was one of those Saturday mornings; the ones when you wake up early, have a light breakfast, and you’re out the door, off to explore your local metropolis. On that particular Saturday I had Kensington Market on my list of things to see in downtown Toronto.  As a result ofContinue Reading

Celebrity Sightings at TIFF 2014

This year’s TIFF promised to be a bigger festival than last year’s. With celebrities like Al Pacino, Denzel Washington, Jennifer Aniston, and Robert Downey Jr. parading down the red carpet, fans were out in full force trying to catch a glimpse of their beloved famous trouper . Earlier this weekContinue Reading

TIFF 2014: Sand Dollars

Las Terrenas is a town in the Samaná province of the Dominican Republic. It is internationally renowned for its high rate of tourism, its white sandy beaches and pristine waters. A large number of its frequent visitors are Spanish, Italian, French and German, and it’s from this picturesque town whereContinue Reading

Review: Auberge du Pommier

Just a few days before leaving Toronto en route to Colombia, my wife and I visited Auberge du Pommier as an intimate farewell dinner. Living in Hogg’s Hollow we often passed this enchanting restaurant, promising ourselves that we would soon make reservations and try it out.  Well, almost a year andContinue Reading

I feel a bit reluctant to share this, and I hope there are no bad feelings.  I promise that if you read all the way through you’ll know that it’s not as bad as it sounds.  Okay, here it goes… I am not a big fan of Italian food.  BeforeContinue Reading

“There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life — music and cats.” – Albert Schweitzer My first time at a musical was in 1994.  It was Crazy For You which played at the Royal Alexandra Theatre.  I remember it very well since it awakened my love for live orchestra,Continue Reading

It’s been a very long time since I attended Salsa on St. Clair.  If I remember correctly the last time I was there was in 2005.  I decided to attend this year for a few reasons: I want to showcase Toronto’s great culture and summer festivals.  Also, I’m a bigContinue Reading

It will be almost one year since my wife and I moved to the Yonge and York Mills neighbourhood.  We chose this place not only because we have the subway station  across the street from us, but because it’s a fantastic neighbourhood to live in.  Another advantage of our place is the proximity to theContinue Reading