Winterlicious: The Chase Fish & Oyster

Winterlicious: The Chase Fish & Oyster

Toronto has been extremely busy over the past two weeks with the NBA All-Star Weekend,  Winterlicious 2016 (our version of Restaurant Week) and the Canadian International Auto Show.  This winter there were a few restaurants on the list that I’ve

Fabbrica – Sunday Brunch

Fabbrica – Sunday Brunch

I often get so busy in my everyday routine I forgot sometimes how enjoyable it is to just get together with my long-time girlfriends and hangout.  We finally did just that after the busy holiday season and spent it at

Croatia: Dolac Market

Croatia: Dolac Market

I decided to end of the 2015 year with one last post about my trip to Croatia.  If you ask anyone who has travelled with me, they will all tell you that I am “obsessed” (maybe obsessed is a strong

Croatia: Jarunski Dvori

Although we actually stayed in Dubrovnik longer than any other location in Croatia, it was Zagreb that really surprised and excited me from a culinary perspective.  Jarunski Dvori, a restaurant that came as a recommendation from our apartment landlord and

Croatia: Zuzori

Croatia: Zuzori

After arriving in Dubrovnik in the early evening, we headed into the old city to grab a bite to eat.  Meandering through the narrow alleys you soon discover that many restaurants’ interior spaces are much smaller than their outdoor space

Croatia: Paradox Wine & Cheese Bar

Up until now, we’ve only been concentrating on tasting Croatian beers but when we arrived in Split, we decided to hit a really popular spot called Paradox Wine & Cheese Bar.  Known for its selection of  local wines and cheeses

Croatia: Trogir

Trogir is a tiny pedestrian only island (with the exception one outer street that connects it to the mainland).  It is a medieval walled town with cobblestone alleys and walkways with a beautiful wide boardwalk with a gorgeous views.  We

Plitvice Lakes National Park: Plitvice Miric Inn

If you were to ask me what my most memorable meal was in Croatia, it would be this one.  After what seemed like hours (it really only took 90 minutes) of driving through dense forests and windy roads we finally

Croatia: Karlic Tartufi

One of the most memorable experiences of my trip to Croatia was my visit to Karlic Tartufi in the town of Paladini, in the northern region of Istria, Croatia (Thanks to my friend S who visited Karlic Tartufi last year).

Croatia: U Prolazu

You all are going to think I’m crazy but what I failed to mention in my previous post about the true reason for starting the Croatian road trip in Samobor is because of my hunt to find this: the kremsnite.