Leela’s Roti and Doubles (900 Rathburn Rd W. / 2573 Victoria Park Ave)

Leela’s Roti & Doubles is a Trinidadian #cheapeats experience located at  either end of the GTA.  Our kinda place, they have a rotating daily menu dedicated to #lunchunder10bucks.  The Toronto Food Blog was a recent guest on ‘Sauga960AM’s Dine & Dash Radio Show where we disclosed that a visit to Tobago was atop our culinary…

The 15 Best Sandwiches in Toronto (Spring 2021)

  Can’t believe it’s May 1st already.  Happy 8th birthday to my daughter Molly!!! It’s been a good, long while since the Toronto Food Blog has compiled a Greatest Hits album.  And as the local sandwich renaissance continues to gain momentum in this great city of ours, we pause of a moment to tip our…

Lucky Lin’s ~ 5633 Finch Ave E ~ (416) 298-1388

April Drools Day! Sun is shining; weather is sweet. And #WednesdaysInScarborough continues to be our favourite day of the week. A recent birthday edition saw us hook-up with amigo and local foodie Miguel Grobes over at Lucky Lin’s Restaurant. These guys have been specializing in Guyanese cuisine since 1991. Yet another Scarborough institution to grace…

Mama’s Boys Burgers ~ 480 Danforth Rd (Scarborough) ~ 416-269-6262

Wednesdays in Scarborough has quickly become our favorite day of the week.  This is due, in large part, to visiting places like Mama’s Boys Burgers.  We just love family-run holes-in-the-wall where you can get #lunchunder10bucks with ease.  This is that kinda place.  This is our kinda place.  A Scarborough institution for the past decade, Mama…

The Best of 2020!!!

Happy New Year!  Seems like a bit of an oxymoron to be discussing the best of 2020.  Rather than dwell on the negative, let’s instead take a look back at some of the best eats of the year.  With a fresh set of eyes, cataracts removed, we enjoyed many a fine meal this year… even…

Kim Kim ~ 1188 Kennedy Rd ~ (416) 757-8300

Kim Kim Restaurant is a family-run Hakka joint in Scarborough trying to keep things afloat with elevated takeout & delivery offerings.  I’m told their family recipes originated wayback in Meizjou, China, perfected here in the GTA b/w/o Kolkata, India.  They boast quite a large menu of Hakka classics plus some harder-to-find specialties, making this one…