Boat King of Thai Noodles ~ 770 Bay St ~ (416) 591-8838

May 1st already?  Happy birthday, Molly!  Earlier this month we were treated the most wonderful Thai delivery from Boat King of Thai Noodles c/o the good people at V.O.C. Events.  We ate dinner with the chef and other bloggers as part of a Virtual Foodie Event.  This was a very fun concept at a time…

Banahaw Foodmart ~ 458 Dawes Rd ~ (416) 751-0848

Every once in a while the Toronto Food Blog comes across a place we like so much that we can’t wait to tell everyone about it.  Banahaw Foodmart is one of those places.  Half bodega, half Filipino kitchen, Laila and Keith (mom & pop) are doing their absolute best keep the Dawes Road neighborhood well…

Souv Like ~ 708 Pape Ave ~ (647) 349-9420

Souv Like is a Toronto Greektown institution.  Located at 708 Pape Ave, just a few doors north of Danforth, these guys do amazing pitas, salads and full dinner plates… all loaded with an array of rotisserie meats.  Owned and operated by the Rexhepaj family since early 2014, Souv Like is home to my absolute favourite…

Top Ten Under Ten #lunchunder10bucks

Finding yourself #lunchunder10bucks is something easily realized in most corners of the globe.  Trying to accomplish this when dining-out in downtown Toronto, however, can provide some added complexity to the budget. The Toronto Food Blog’s #lunchunder10bucks project aims to prove that you can eat well, on the cheap, if you’re willing to venture off the…

Camel Restaurant ~ 675 Danforth Ave ~ (416) 778-8999

In Yemen, lunch is considered the most important meal of the day.  The Toronto Food Blog has enjoyed a few Yemeni lunches recently at the newly-opened Camel Restaurant (675 Danforth Ave).  “About as authentic a dining experience as you’ll find outside of Sana’a,” I’m told by a table full of students eating beside me, as…

Chakula Hut ~ 1871 O’Connor Dr ~ (416) 752-2786

Chakula Hut is an East African mom & pop in the Bermondsey neighbourhood that serves the traditional dishes of Uganda & Tanzania. Chakula means food in Swahili, and I chat with the friendly owner, Muni, as she prepares my lunch. Full of Indian influence, the first dish out of her Ismaili kitchen is a wonderfully…