Italian Kitchen

We recently took my boyfriend’s Mother for her birthday dinner at Italian Kitchen. I am the only one who’d eaten there before and, not that I didn’t enjoy the company or my meal (because how could I not?), but I was sooooo excited about dessert that it was a bit of a challenge to remain […]

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Chronic Tacos

After attending yesterday’s Remembrance Day ceremony, we were hungry and looking for somewhere to stop for a quick bite. We ended up going to Chronic Tacos at Waterfront Station. Coincidentally, just the day before I had been craving nachos, so this was a timely and tasty compromise. I ordered a carnitas burrito bowl and added […]

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Le Sesame

If you ever find yourself in Saint-Cyprien at lunchtime, do as we did and stop in at Le Sesame for a delicious meal. We hadn’t planned to eat here; it was the first restaurant we came across while walking through the town. The terrace was packed and there wasn’t a map or guidebook to be […]

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Pizzeria 24

Who says you have to fly to Italy to enjoy good pizza?

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La Jacobine

Ooey-gooey Gruyere, melt-in-your-mouth caramelized onions, perfect and comforting homemade beef broth.. if you’re in Paris looking for a delicious bowl of cheesy onion soup, head over to La Jacobine in the covered walkway of rue Saint-André des Art.

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Modern Handi

To celebrate our 7 year anniversary together, my boyfriend and I decided to dine in at Modern Handi, a relatively new – and well received – Indian restaurant in our West End neighbourhood.

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Cook’n Saj

I’ve noticed that burgers have become more popular in France over the past several years, as evidenced by Cook’n Saj where we went for dinner one night in Paris and were the only non-French speakers.

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Così, Take 2

After an early wake up and a morning packed full of travel, we’re pretty wiped since arriving back into Paris. Our remaining time here is limited, yet I can’t pretend to be upset about our decision to not get dolled up for a night on the town.

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Kouign-amann

It’s a good thing that I finally tried my first Kouign-amann so late in our trip. Because had I tried them on, say, day 1 it would have been game over.

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L’as du Fallafel

A Paris institution, and one that I make a trip to at least once every visit to Paris. Cheap and delicious. Don’t forget to ask for it spicy! – Marla

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