Miami: Hakkasan

I’m going to admit, the reason why I decided on Hakkasan was the location.  Ever since the last time I was in Miami, the hotel Fontainebleau was only under construction so this time around, I really wanted to check it

Miami: Yardbird

Probably my favourite restaurant and meal of our Miami weekend was Saturday morning brunch at Yardbird Southern Table and Bar in South Beach.  Another beautiful day, we were seated by the window soaking in the sun in a lively, loft-like

Miami: Tongue & Cheek

A beautiful interior space, Tongue & Cheek was our stop for dinner on our second night in Miami.  Our server was great and we practically ordered all her recommendations.  My main dish, the Florida red snapper was delicious.  Typically when

Miami: David's Cafe Cafecito

Located in the up and coming area of Miami’s Design District (similar to Toronto’s King East which is lined with furniture shops), is a retail space called Chrome Hearts that allows emerging artists and designers a space to sell their

Miami: Versailles

The first time I went to Versailles was back in 2008 when I went down to visit my good friend M who was working in Miami at the time.  Seven years later, I’m back in Miami on a girls weekend

The Burger's Priest

Over the December holidays, I finally had a chance (it took me awhile) to try out the much talked about Burger’s Priest.  The Burger’s Priest lovers are not going to like what I’m about to say but my order of


Ever since I went to New York City and dined at Balthazar’s for the first time (dare I say, back in 1998), I hadn’t found a local equivalent until NOW.  Hello, Cluny!  Oh how I have waited a long time

Dumpling King

When it comes to dumplings and China town, my friend M always knows where to go.  This time she took me to Dumpling King, an unassuming joint on Dundas Street a few blocks East of Spadina.  They do a couple

Denmark: My Favourite Things

As I reminisce about my trip to Denmark, I thought I would close off this trip with a final post of my favourite things that I discovered in Denmark.  Some cool items like a cheese slicer, I actually saw this

Denmark: Holm's Bager

I know what you’re thinking, and no, I did not visit every single bakery in Denmark but I wish I had!  Don’t get me wrong, France is still my number one love when it comes to pastries and sweets but