So I figured I’d wait a while to try a new restaurant since I’ve been working on other resolutions. After all, I have now completed NINE of my ten resolutions and it hasn’t even been six months. Go me! But the sacrifice is my waist line (and after trying on a few pairs of shorts, I’m realizing I need an exercise resolution, not a restaurant one).
The culprit in feeding me copious amounts of delicious food this time? L’unita.
I’ve attached pictures but it was so dark in there that we literally had to crowd four candles around the food to get a decent picture. Yes, were one of *those* diners.
After deciding to try out L’unita instead of Niagara Street Cafe (which beckoned my first twitter hater who didn’t like the fact that I wasn’t coming to Niagara Street Cafe because it was closing), I’m glad I made the choice.
I went into a detailed review of my first experience on Yelp. I’ll talk about the food on my second visit and the vibe as a whole here. Thus, the two reviews will be mixed. Continue reading
Le menu at Biff's
It’s no surprise that I love trying new restaurants and in my city, it’s no exception. So I was excited to hear that Biff’s was the choice of restaurant when the lovely Sarah March from Diamond PR invited me for a press lunch in Toronto.
Part of the Oliver & Bonacini Group–you may have heard of their restaurant, Canoe?– Biff’s is a French bistro.
Though we had a private dining room, the decor was absolutely lovely and intimate. I highly recommend this bistro for a date place if you’re going to the theatre downtown or the ACC nearby. They have a prixe fixe lunch menu, which is affordable. I’d definitely go back. I just need a date. 🙂 Continue reading