JUNG SOO NAE RESTAURANT

A hidden Korean restaurant under an old apartment complex. It appears as thought they have tried to make some renovation improvements. I do love the new tables, except the vinyl flooring they put down didn’t really match in color. Me and my friends came here just for to try their raw crabs that was supposed…

ANNVITA TEA CULTURE & ART

  Caught my attention as I was driving down Yonge street, another Korean town in Toronto that will probably turn into another china town. This tea room is basically a way overpriced place that sells mediocre tea catering to crazy rich mainlanders who has nowhere better to spend their money. This chain originally boomed in mainland…

A Relevant Discussion On Coffee

We’ll talk about many different points in this article: Steam machines are a good alternative to hot tubs They are a good way to grind your coffee grounds into a cappuccino You can also use the burr grinder to make the most of the coffee grounds the best way to get rid of the waste…

MEETING THE BEANS

Coffee is like an art form, mechanically and physically. Like food, it comes in hundreds of varieties, their names would be one the first step to help you differentiate dark from light roast, good from bad beans. Like wine, the flavour of coffee depends a lot on it’s source, the bean. Understanding this aspect of…

PHO BIG BOWL

  A plant-filled restaurant that specializes in Vietnamese cuisine, unlike its name, the servings are not any bigger than other Vietnamese restaurants out there.  Just because the bowl is big, doesn’t mean the portions are any bigger. Before coming here I read some very generous reviews about this place, so decided to give it a shot….

New Barista Profile

The best cup of coffee not only depends on it’s bean and machine, but the person on the other side of the counter who is making the drink for you. It’s time we give a little kudos for a job well done! Starting next month (May 1, 2016), I will start featuring one barista each…

SICHUAN SPICY HOT POT (麻辣香锅)

The word Hot Pot (香锅) also known as steamboat dates back to more than 1,000 years ago arguably Mongolia during the Jin Dynasty. This dish consists of constant simmering of a metal pot filled with stock / soup place in the middle of a dining table. Surrounding this stove & pot are varieties of thinly sliced meat, leaf vegetables, mushrooms, won tons, egg dumplings, and seafood. Each person cook their own food in the pot of simmering soup. Once the food is cooked, you can normally dip it in sauce.

Top 10 Most Expensive Coffee in the World

I would definitely want to try this if opportunity presents itself!  Coffee is considered to be one of the most soothing types of beverage. It is very popular with people of all ages, especially to those who require an energy boost. Coffee is also one of the most common produces of many different countries all…

Bulletproof Coffee – The State of High Performance

I’ve heard about using butter in coffee, but never actually tried. What are the flavours? Ingredients for Bulletproof Coffee At least 1-2tbs unsalted grass-fed butter. 1-2tbs of Brain Octane™ or XCT oil™ (these are 18x and 6x stronger than coconut oil, with no flavor. They are not generic mct oil, which is about 1.6x stronger than coconut oil) 1-2 cups…

Venezuelan designer creates edible coffee cup

Coffee is a staple to many of our diets. Without it, we may not be able to survive our commutes to work or get through that “2 o’clock feeling.” The days just seem to go by faster and easier with a little java. That’s even more true when you have a pastry to go along…

BLACK CAT ESPRESSO BAR

  A very cool looking coffee shop run by two young men. A very stylish looking place, lots of young people lounging around either on their electronics or just chill and talk.       I ordered another cortado ($3.25) along with shortbread ($2.50) made from traditional Irish recipe. The cortado a bit diluted, I think the taste…