Browsing All posts tagged under »Poutine«

Fresco Fish and Chips

August 13, 2015


I don’t think I would ever get enough of Fish and Chips. I have featured some before and here I am again with a new find. Something about fried fish gives me warm childhood memories of everyday lunches or dinners back home. It is not entirely accurate as back then, we ate them with rice […]

@BareburgerTO – Permanently closed

April 26, 2015


Last week, I got invited into the media tasting for @BareburgerTO by Alexa Clark. Right in the heart of downtown by the intersection of Bay and Dundas, the restaurant closed down for the night to showcase to us bloggers the new addition to Toronto’s foodie scene. I was running late and when I walked in […]


August 18, 2014


Last Tuesday, I got invited for the media preview for PoutineVille, Toronto’s new poutine restaurant. The potato-lover in me just could not say no (see picture of me huggling giant potato in PEI). It should convince you that I love anything potato.  So the media preview of Poutineville was definitely a must-go kind of an […]

Smoke’s Poutinerie

May 9, 2012


Previously professing potato-love before, it is quite funny that I haven’t blogged about Smoke’s Poutinerie.  I have previously tried their poutine but I guess at the time, sustenance was far more important than blogging.  There are times when you get too hungry and you can’t multi-task anymore.  I am known to be a multi-tasker, squeezing […]

Montreal Poutine

August 4, 2011


When in Montreal, what does a potato lover do?  Eat poutine of course!  May I remind you just how much I love tubers.  Please click link to see how much potato love I have :D Tired and famished after half a day of doing whirlwind touristy thingies in Montreal, we wandered off the beaten path […]

Poutini’s – Permanently closed

May 9, 2011


If there is one thing that is so true about me, it’s my love for french fries.  See me hugging a BIG potato with an equally BIG smile on my face?  I specifically put PEI’s Potato Museum on my itinerary on my Maritimes junket sometime ago because of my love of tubers.  So it is […]