Month: November 2017

Bite-Sized: Tacos 101

Over reliant on tomato, both our carnita and chicken tacos were dry and placid, consumed rather than savoured. The fish taco effectively balanced cabbage, crunchy batter, white fish, and sweet mango. The warm decor featured bright colours and Luchador masks, but music so loud the Strange Baker and I couldn’t hear each other. Tacos 101 …

Bite-Sized: Sushi Time

A fresh and varied chirashi bowl for myself and an expansive vegetarian bento box for the Cheery Milliner made for a filling dinner between cozy wooden walls illuminated by soft lamps. Sushi Time’s fare was casual Japanese. The fried cheese was a curious experiment that didn’t quite reach its mark. Sushi Time 325 Queen St …

La Société

I arrived early to lunch with the Human Engineer and the Wisen Scientist and spent five minutes reading under the coloured glass decorating the ceiling of La Société. A lovely aesthetic of polished wood and suited waitstaff hinted at elegance, competence, and high class. These illusions were quickly shattered over the meal. For a restaurant …