Mallard Cottage in St. John’s, Newfoundland showcases the provinces’ vast array of wild game, seafood & produce, displayed alongside a vital piece of Newfoundland’s built heritage. Located in an 18th Century Irish-Newfoundland vernacular style cottage, Mallard Cottage is recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada for being one of the oldest wooden buildings in … Read more
Located on Water Street, Tavola’s food is playful and original, drawing on the finest traditional techniques, but embracing local products and purveyors, reinventing small plates and larger meals dishes for a modern Newfoundland. It is owned by famous musician, Bob Hallett, of the Great Big Sea. Did you know? Tavola generally means “the kitchen table” … Read more
Bacalao is a passionately local, award winning restaurant. In operation nearly 9 years, Bacalao is proud to have been the catalyst and leader for the local food movement in Newfoundland and Labrador. I had the Tasting Menu at Bacalao, Nouvelle Newfoundland Cuisine, created by Executive Chef Matt McDonald with Wine Pairing selection by Sommelier Andrea … Read more
Evoo in the Courtyard is a Mediterranean inspired restaurant in St. John’s located in the courtyard of the historic Murray Premises Hotel, where One11 Chophouse used to be. The interior has a nice rustic ambiance. It feels like you are in a cottage with stone walls and wooden beams. I had the great opportunity of … Read more
Whenever I visit Las Vegas, I make a stop at Sushi Mon, one of the best Japanese restaurants in Las Vegas for all-you-can-eat sushi! Once you eat here, it’s hard to go to any other AYCE Japanese in Las Vegas. Sushi Mon is my favorite for Japanese AYCE because they have so many variations of … Read more
Max’s Restaurant is a huge chain in the Philippines known for its chicken so, when they opened in Toronto, I was curious to get a taste of back home. I visited Max’s Restaurant in Vaughan and was excited since I loved their chicken sisig when I had Max in the Philippines. We bought the $15 … Read more
Terroni is my favourite Italian restaurant in Toronto, especially for their calamari, pasta and tiramisu. I’m drooling over my favorite pasta from Terroni, the Tonnarelli alla Norcina ($25) with Italian black truffle shavings, homemade spicy sausage, pecorino, garlic. The combination of all the ingredients just brings out such unique flavours ?. Delizioso! ?