Canada Digital Food Travel

Is it too pretentious to say that Toronto seems to be my second home after Winnipeg?

Kelvin is a Torontonian, so it has been imperative that I fly there at least once a year. Been doing this for the past four years (and personally it has been harder and harder to leave. If only the walls of Terminal 3 could talk).

Nevertheless, despite having a hectic schedule every time I visit, I try my best to make time and check different places and whenever possible, meet friends.

Speaking of, it has always been my personal rule to meet friends (both mine and Kelvin’s) but being adults and having extremely busy schedule I have come into terms that there is always a possibility that I won’t see them. Besides, the main priority was to see Kelvin (not that I am saying that my friends are not important).

Anyway, unlike my usual posts, I’ll just put captions on the photos I have taken (using my phone) since majority of these pretty much describe itself.

Banh Mi Boys, along Queen. The Five Spice Pork was to die for.

Tea Shop 168 along Dundas, meeting Michelle after her shift. Olga dropped by to say hi too!

Took the bus to Hamilton, ON to see my friend who is currently attending McMasters.

Les Miserables at Princess of Wales Theatre along St. Andrews Stn.

Okonomi House. It’s good but nothing compares to the servings I had in Japan.

Owl of Minerva along Koreatown for Yogurt Soju.

Public Sleep Pods along Wellington. Nua Gra Teaum (Ginger Beef) served at Sukhothai.

Momofuku Milk Bar. Nothing too special. The Crack Pie was tasty though.

All You Can Eat Sushi at Kyoto House with Kelvin and Andrew.

Ai Weiwei’s installation of Forever Bicycles along Nathan Phillips Square.

Shoyu Ramen at Sansotei Ramen.

Max’s Restaurant. Great Pancit Canton and Caramel Bar but very dry chicken. 🙁

Visited Grace of A Nerd’s World. Photography Geekery at its finest.