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  • Growing up at a Chinese dinner table, dessert was always a hard sell. The go-to for most restaurants is a red bean soup. Beans? For dessert? You’re furrowing your brow skeptically and my eight-year-old self would be in complete agreement but today, I’m a defender that Asian dessert doesn’t deserve the bad rap that it often gets.

  • Located in the Corso Italia neighbourhood, this bakery has stayed in the family since it first opened in 1960. Now Tre Mari Bakery (which translates to “three seas”) has been passed down through three generations and remains a staple in the community. Tre Mari operates as both a market and cafe, offering fresh bread and

  • Welcome to the first Uncle Tetsu Angel Café in the world, and the only maid-style café in Toronto.

  • What a Bagel is way more than just bagels. This iconic bakery chain has been serving and catering for Torontonians for over 20 years. Every location makes its own bagels in-house, and their large size is what has made them so recognizable. Besides the various schmears to serve with the bagels, What a Bagel is

  • Seeing a squirrel in Trinity Bellwoods Park is surely something to yawn at, but wouldn’t you be intrigued if you saw a white one? In the same way that there are many coffee shops along Queen Street West, the White Squirrel Coffee Shop is worth your time and attention. Firstly, all of the coffee and

  • Wong's Ice Cream

    Wasabi honey ice cream anyone? It might sound strange, but at Wong’s Ice Cream it’s one of their best selling flavours. Ed Wong, the one-man operator and owner behind Wong’s Ice Cream is serving up Asian-inspired ice cream flavours that take this frozen dessert to a whole new level. Wong’s is a small shop with

  • Toronto’s love for ice cream lives on, from the charcoal variety to the confection-topped kind we just can’t get enough. Cue Wong’s Ice Cream, located at Gerrard and Broadview.

  • After studying in France, pastry chef Gemma Steckel worked in some of the most popular restaurants in Europe and Toronto. Now, she’s serving up a modern twist on classic French desserts at XO Bisous. This charming café has a breakfast and lunch menu with salads and sandwiches made fresh daily with quality ingredients. Located in

  • XO Gelato wants you to give your mother a big kiss. Situated in the heart of the Davisville village, this dessert destination is a family-run community staple that hand makes its own gelato and sorbets. XO also offers up crepes and panini as the main meal that is often known to precede the dessert. To

  • At the east end of The Beach, a new Mexican restaurant called Xola has opened on the down-low. It has no listed phone number, no website, no Facebook page, no Yelp reviews and it has been open for almost a month; in the age of the insta-review, this lack of an online footprint is nearly

  • At Harbord’s jewel of a sushi restaurant, Yasuhisa Ouchi serenades his patrons bite by bite. Chef can be found behind the bar night after night, carefully preparing each piece of the omakase meal. Here, $110 gets you about 20 courses, starting with apps, like the delicacy shirako, before progressing to sashimi and sushi. Each course

  • Japanese fine dining is the name of the game at midtown’s Yukashi. Choose from either a four- or nine-course set menu (with sake pairings, if you’re so inclined) and enjoy a meal catered to the senses. Imagined up by celebrated Japanese chef Jin Lee and executive chef Daisuke Izutsu of Don Don Izakaya and Kasa

  • Zack’s Chocolates is the place to go if you’re looking for some awesome kosher chocolates. Located on Bathurst Street just north of Steeles Avenue, this chocolate shop makes sweet treats for every season. With a focus on chocolate bark, truffles and chocolate covered treats, Zack’s caters to Jewish members of its community by serving up

  • Zaza Espresso Bar’s location at 132 Cumberland St. has become a staple of Yorkville Village. The original founders, Carmine and Nancy, uphold Zaza’s roots to south Italian tradition, family and the belief that making the perfect espresso is an art form unto its own. The food options available, mostly baked goods, gelato and panini, are

  • Originally opened in 1981 as Phoebe’s, Zee Grill is one of Toronto’s oldest seafood and oyster bars. With a name meaning “Sea Grill” in Dutch, Zee Grill offers an extensive menu of handpicked seafood favourites including lobster, calamari and salmon. The rotating selection of oysters at the bar are perfectly paired with a bottle of

  • An authentic Jewish deli with respect for tradition, Zelden’s is taking pastrami tips from its families matriarch and former owner of Zely’s Deli. As one of the newcomers to the city’s midtown deli scene, Zelden’s is not looking to step on any toes. It want to share its bubby’s spicy and delicious pastrami recipe with