Looking for delicious Middle Eastern, halal cuisine in Mississauga? Look no further! The only thing more exquisite than Nafisa Middle Eastern Cuisine’s luxurious décor is their incredibly authentic, mouth-watering food...
Looking for a truly authentic French bakery north of the downtown core? This is it! Goûter has a variety of sweet and savoury items that make use of local ingredients hand-picked from the market and crafted entirely in-house. Their pastry chef has also studied in France, so if you’re looking for the French-est bakery in town, you found it!
Beside a bustling, perpetually packed plaza sits a breakfast joint with lots of natural light and high ceilings. The interior is very welcoming, just like the name, and staff is friendly. The place is closed on Mondays, but open every other day during the week until at least 3, sometimes 4.
Stepping into Laudurée Toronto is like being instantly transported to a cozy, luxurious European tea shop. If you avoid looking out the window at the hustle and bustle of Yorkdale mall, you might be able to convince yourself you really are in France enjoying one of its famed foodie establishments. Walls are a bubble-gum pink and tables in the tea salon are a white marble. To the left of the entrance, you are immediately greeted by the sight of Laudurée’s world famous macaron selection, which contains permanent flavors as well as some seasonal ones.
Located in the heart of King City, Hogan’s Inn serves up high quality steakhouse standards with some European influence. In addition to delicious food, diners can indulge in Hogan’s longstanding history within the town.
Address: 3401 Dufferin St Phone Number: (416) 322-9422 Website: https://www.restorationhardware.com/index.jsp?link=global_logo&sale=false City: North York Category: Eclectic We’re not sure if Restoration Hardware’s Courtyard Café is something we’d be surprised to find at the very front of a lavish furniture store, or whether it’s exactly the kind of thing we expect. Either way, it is absolutely... Continue Reading →
Loukoumania seeks to bring a little Greek culture to the suburbs, doing so mainly through their loukoumades (pronounced lou-kou-mah-des), but also through a variety of delicious beverages and other desserts.