What I Ate This March 2016 in Toronto

READ ALSO: What I Ate This February 2016 in Toronto

1. Buster’s Sea Cove

After eating at their food truck during Nuit Blanche this past year, I really wanted to try their St. Lawrence Market location. It was my first time at St. Lawrence Market and it was way more busy and hectic than I expected it to be. I had the mussels and the lobster bisque (amazing) and Adam had the lobster roll.

Buster's Sea Cove St. Lawrence Market Toronto

93 Front St. East | Website


2. Evviva Breakfast and Lunch

Rui and I came across this cozy brunch spot one morning and we liked it.

Evviva Breakfast and Lunch Toronto

25 Lower Simcoe St. | Website


3. Hard Rock Cafe

I went to Hard Rock for the first time for St. Paddy’s. The burger was good but also pretty greasy.

Hard Rock Cafe Toronto

279 Yonge St. | Website


4. Hot Star Large Fried Chicken

I tried Hot Star once before and I thought it was the most delicious piece of fried chicken I’d ever had. I gave it another try this month and it wasn’t as amazing as I remembered it, but it was still really good.

Hot Star Large Fried Chicken Toronto

374A Yonge St. | Website


5. Kekou

While restaurant hopping, Rui and I came across this cute little Asian gelato place near Queen and Spadina. The Vietnamese coffee and HK milk tea flavours were my favourite.

Kekou Toronto

394 Queen St. West | Website


6. Mi Tacos Taqueria

I had the Taco Plato ($9.95 for two tacos, Mexican rice, and smashed beans) and got the fish and chicken tacos. Every bite was mouthwateringly delicious.

Mi Tacos Taqueria Toronto

247 Queen St. West | Website


7. Spring Rolls

I tried AYCE sushi here for the first time and the food was pretty good. I’d gone here once before for their a la carte menu and I didn’t have a good experience both because I didn’t think the food was that great and because the service sucked. The service definitely wasn’t that great this time either, but I’d come back for the spicy salmon rolls.

40 Dundas St. West | Website


8. Top Gun Steak

I ordered the #14 Sunrise (lamb burger) and the #21 Sloppy (poutine) through Uber Eats. I felt like I was drinking the grease out of the burger because there was so much. I wouldn’t order it again.

251 Augusta Ave. | Website


9. Tsujiri

After seeing all the hype on Instagram and since it was St. Paddy’s Day, Adam and I paid a visit to Tsujiri. It’s 100% worth waiting in line for because their matcha sundaes are amazing. It’s also quite overpriced – around $17 for the two sundaes below.

Tsujiri Toronto

147 Dundas St. West | Website


10. Zavida Coffee Roasters

I’ve been here a few times this month because I like the White Belgian Mocha so much. Adam thinks it tastes like Tim Hortons’ French Vanilla.

Zavida Coffee Roasters Toronto

382 Yonge St. #3 | Website


Revisits from last month’s eats

Mean Bao, La Carnita, Rol San.

Jessica Lam

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