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Brunch @ Fonda Lola

Last weekend, I went for birthday brunch with my friend at Fonda Lola, a cozy Mexican Restaurant at Ossington Station. There were a lot of cute decorations like Mexican wrestlers everywhere. I ordered the Hangover Chilaquiles: Salsa Mexicana soaked tortilla chips topped with jalapeños, crema, Oaxaca cheese and a fried egg, avocado with a side of…

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What I Ate At FME

I can’t go to a music festival and not talk about what I ate there, so here we are with some of the stuff I had in Rouyn. It was amazing how well-taken care of we were by the festival. A few of these things were free. The moment we arrived through the front gates…

Celebrity Hotpot

Last weekend, I went to Celebrity Hotpot with a friend.  It was All You Can Eat style for around $21. The menu for ordering wasn’t as vast as Morals, but had all the basics: beef, lamb, pork, tendons, meatballs etc. There were also a variety of noodles, seafood (some cost extra). I really enjoyed the two…

What I Ate at Camp Wavelength

I almost forgot to post about the yummy goodies I had at Camp Wavelength. This year they expanded their food choices a bit so there was more than just burgers. Of course I couldn’t resist getting some delicious popsicles from The Pop Stand. I had so many I can’t remember the flavours of all of…

What I ate at TIME Festival 2016

Yesterday was super hot but I still kicked myself out of the house and went to TIME Festival. Luckily, I found this Chill booth and had some pink lemonade. I arrived super hungry for lunch and hit up the Street Bistro truck, one I haven’t previously been at! For $10, I ordered two fish tacos. Although…

What I Ate At Hillside

Hillside was full of so many local eats. Here’s what I ate over the weekend. Flying Chesnut Kitchen had a dozen oysters for $20 so I had 2 dozen on the weekend. They were PEI oysters and super fresh. Of course you can’t visit Flying Chesnut without having an Indian Taco! They even had breakfast ones…

Twix Spread 

My cousin brought this strange foreign spread into my life. I’d had Twix, the chocolate bar before but have never seen a spread made from it. He also had a Maltesers one but the idea of that is gross enough. Anyways, the Twix spread is smooth and strangely less sweet than a jar of Nutella.…