The History and Success of Canoe

Peter Oliver and Michael Bonacini, restaurateurs, were asked to take over a restaurant set in 1955. They worked together 2 years before to open a hip restaurant, Jump. After that, they were not interested in starting another project. Nevertheless, they were offered a great deal they could not refuse.
When they entered the empty restaurant space the first time after they signed the lease, they wondered what to do with it. Then, they started envisioning a restaurant focusing on Canadian cuisine. It was a challenge for them to define this cuisine, but they did it.
The canoe was launched in Toronto that challenged not only the …

Lunar New Year Dishes Worth Trying

Because of the pandemic, celebrating Lunar New Year with loved ones is more challenging. Nevertheless, there are other ways to celebrate other than gatherings. If you want to try new and interesting dishes for your Lunar New Year dinner, you can try these dishes.
Tteokguk (Korea)
The beef soup with long slices of rice cakes of Tteokguk symbolizes longevity. Shaped like old coins in Korea, the rice cakes also symbolize luck and prosperity for the new year. It is a Korean custom to have this dish on the first morning of the new year and when they add a year to their age. They hope to gain more wisdom as they gain another year…

Best Restaurants That Represent Toronto Dining

Toronto is one the most exciting places to dine in Canada because of its rich multicultural history and unique communities. Therefore, many of the restaurants offer a mix of Canadian and foreign cuisines.
Many restaurants focus on trendy ingredients and techniques to succeed. Chiado stands out because they are committed to quality ingredients and a consistent cooking style. This is why they earned a spot in the 100 best restaurants of Toronto Life. People can enjoy seafood such as grilled tiger shrimps and grouper carpaccios. Their dishes complement their extensive collection of wines.