Alobar is a sister restaurant of the famed Alo in Toronto, widely regarded as Canada’s best, and most difficult to get a reservation at, restaurant. We started off with a chilled lobster topped with lime aioli and a salad. This was followed by an off the menu special – grilled kusshi oysters. I usually like […]Read More Alobar – For $85 You Don’t Know Where the Beef is From???
Lake Inez describes its food as Asian street and comfort food. The chef, Jay Moore, was the sous chef at Momofuku Ko in New York. The menu was pretty interesting. We started with a Teriyaki Beef Tartare that was served with nori. Followed by a crunchy bbq squash salad. Then Miso Molasses Pork Skewers. The […]Read More Lake Inez – Familiar Tastes with Interesting Takes
Dinner With a View was promoted by AMEX and is a unique dining experience where you have dinner in an unusual setting. In this case, it was in a plastic igloo/bubble, under a highway bridge in Toronto, in an area called The Bentway. You have to pay for rental of the bubble and dinners (up […]Read More Dinner With a View – Unique Dining Experience
Scaramouche is a highly rated restaurant in Toronto on almost any platform. Here is my experience. The location is a bit unique. Its located in an older residential condo building. However, once you walk in, its a very nice, elegant venue with an amazing view of the city. We started with four appetizers: Kushi oysters […]Read More Scaramouche – Meh
On a quick stopover in Toronto, I had the opportunity to check out Grey Gardens. We were coming in late from Colombia and had a 10:30PM reservation on a Tuesday night. Shout out to the kitchen and staff who were so nice to maintain the service without feeling rushed even though we were the last […]Read More Grey Gardens – Pastas Were the Standout