A couple weeks ago, I went to Sansotei Ramen south of Yonge and Bloor. By this time, you have seen the likes of Kinton Ramen, Momofuku, Santouka, and Sansotei compete for the best Toronto ramen. Michael Zhang, a Japan-trained chef, brings his ramen to a relatively new and cozy atmosphere. Serving up the traditional ramen including a spicy TanTan ramen where limited quantities are made daily, the shop is Japanese simplicity at its finest. A staple appetizer is the “Zangi” ($4.50) (typically known as Karage, or fried chicken), was a great way to start off the meal. Continue reading
For a friend’s birthday we hit up La Carnita. The casual and hip establishment on College was buzzing at 5pm on a Saturday. That says a lot about a taco joint that’s been open since 2012. What makes these loyal taco noshers come back again and again? We think we know
Indian cravings satisfied in Uptown Markham. If you’re looking for an authentic place to grab Indian food, you will not be disappointed with Bombay Bhel. I’ve seen many people on Yelp and Urbanspoon rave about the food, and it was the perfect opportunity to check out the place. As soon as you walk in, you can see that the dimly lit interior was decorated very traditionally.
Honey Lemon Chicken Wings is a simple and tasty dish. You make everything in one pot. You get a fistful of flavours, the umami from the dark soy sauce, the sweet honey, the sour from the zesty lemon, and the earthy thyme. It’s time to step away from the grill or the deep fryer to try a new take on chicken wings. Serve with a side of herbed mashed potatoes for a hearty meal.
Happy 2014! In the last few weeks, Richer Lusher stuffed their stomachs until our hearts content. Today’s recipe comes from a spontaneous brunch party we held for our friends during the holidays. What better brunch food is there than savoury waffles? The twist: stirred in bacon, cheddar and green onion. Delicious and easy to serve to large parties! If you’re stomach is up for it (and trust me, it probably will be for this extra kick), why not make it a Buttermilk Chicken Sandwich with Maple Mustard Sauce? (Continue reading to see how we did it!)