March 2016

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Kensington Brewing Company’s new brewhouse is set to open this summer — for real this time

Brock Shepherd is expecting to open Kensington Brewhouse by summer of this year.

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Lunch Pick: Smoked salmon eggs Benny at Drake One Fifty

Never content to sit still, The Drake is shaking things up once again. This weekend, the Financial District chapter — Drake One Fifty — will debut brunch with a capital B.

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First Look: Torteria San Cosme brings the iconic Mexican sandwich to Kensington Market

Nine tortas are currently on the menu at Torteria San Cosme, Arturo Anhalt's sandwich shop meets ode to his native Mexico City.

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What to Eat this Minute: Two haute cuisine takes designed to elevate the classic Jamaican patty

At Antler and Patois, two very different DuWest restaurants, the classic Jamaican patty has been transformed.

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WaffleU joins the dessert craze north of Toronto

Those with inclinations toward the saccharine can do a veritable tour of the sweet spots dotted about our area. Many just do one thing and do it well. WaffleU is a recent addition to the scene.

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First Look: Simit & Chai Co., a new Turkish café on King West

Husband and wife duo Candeniz “John” and Duygu “Dee” Ulgen (and their three-month-old daughter, Daphne) run Simit & Chai Co., a King West café that opened late last month.

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Kitchen Confidential: Indian Street Food Co.’s Kerala beef sandwich packs loads of taste but plenty of sodium

Indian Street Food Co. is Hemant Bhagwani’s tribute to India’s incredible street eats. Four distinct Indian elements — spicy, sweet, sour and pungent — are all found in the creative dishes, and guests are encouraged to eat with their hands.

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First Look: Nota Bene gets a new, more casual look

Chef David Lee has led the kitchen at Nota Bene for the past seven years. Over that time, the restaurant has remained a mainstay on best restaurant lists across Canada and ranked 36 on the 2016 edition of our Kates 100.

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Too Close to Call: I Love Lasagna and Chimney Stax are two food trucks to watch

This spring, two of T.O.’s hottest food truck combatants are hitting the streets, making roadside diners salivate at the thought of sweet Chimney Stax pastries or savoury lasagna. This spring, two of T.O.’s hottest food truck combatants are hitting the streets, making roadside diners salivate at the thought of sweet Chimney Stax pastries or savoury lasagna.

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How two newcomers, Alo and Shoushin, are reinvigorating Toronto’s tasting menus

Three years ago we reached peak tasting menu. The New York Times food critic Pete Wells went so far as to say that “tasting menu–only restaurants are spreading like an epidemic.”

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