The best thing about being on vacation is eating out! My friend Laura’s as much as a burger fan as me so she took us to BOOMburger. The restaurant style is very similar to Five Guy’s, specializing in the classic burgers. The ingredients are locally sourced (PEI potatoes and cheese from COWS). I ordered a Bacon Cheeseburger with everything on it (grilled mushrooms, grilled onions, lettuce, tomato etc). It’s been a while since I had a classic burger (one with no weird ingredients on it) but this one was juicy and delicious! I chose the “zesty pepper fries” over normal fries and those were sure addictive.
I couldn’t go to PEI without trying Anne of Green Gables’ Raspberry cordial! It was like a bottle of the red coloured freezies.
Hope to share with you more food adventures soon!
Hey guys, sorry for being a little bit MIA lately. There has been so many things going on in the past little while that I’ve had no time to blog (and not just on this one)! A lot of exciting things have happened/are happening that I will surely tell you about soon.
Life’s a little like cotton candy, you must eat it (or experience it) before it melts.. or maybe I have no idea what I’m talking about.
Recently, we tried Thai Lime, close to the Junction. It was very cozy and the menu items were relatively inexpensive. Nash ordered the Pad Thai pictured above.
I had the Malaysian Beef Curry ($12.69). Rice was included with the order (which isn’t always a thing at Thai places). The portion and flavours were plenty.
The great thing about the place is that they’re also available on a lot of delivery platforms in Toronto including Just-Eat and Orderit.