My brunch buddy was finally back in town for the holidays, and we decided to continue our tradition in Markham. We took the usual suspects out of the picture, and a quick Google search showed us a cafe on Main Street Unionville.
My friend and I decided to visit a temple early on our second morning in Busan. On our way there, we stopped at a convenience store inside the subway station for a convenient breakfast. While grabbing kimbap from the fridge, my eyes wandered past the sandwiches… and spotted the Inkigayo Sandwich. Continue reading Spotlight: Inkigayo Sandwich
One of the most wonderful things about Hong Kong is the diversity of the landscape. If you ever tire of the steel and glass of the city, you can escape to the mountains or hop on a ferry to one of the many outlying islands. Continue reading Simple Delights in Lamma Island
We ate a lot of ice cream in Vancouver; in fact, my travel buddy had one (or more) daily.
This is my second time going to Earnest; their London Fog is still my favourite iteration of the latte, ever. Can someone split a tub with me next time? Continue reading Ice Cream Tour: Vancouver
I have had my fair share of honeycomb ice cream ever since we first tried it in Seoul in 2015. We also had it again while waiting to eat in Los Angeles in 2016, and then in Vancouver in 2017. So 2018 was due for a honeycomb treat.
The Niagara Lavender Festival took place this past weekend from July 7th to 8th.
We made the trip to Niagara-on-the-Lake on the Sunday, having ordered the World Traveler pass in advance. This included ten tasting-size food and drink items, as well as other goodies. Continue reading Niagara Lavender Festival
I love London Fog. Put London Fog in a food item, and I’ll probably try it. A lot of ice cream shops make Earl Grey ice cream, but London Fog ice cream is harder to come by. The difference lies in the creamier vanilla flavour that is not guaranteed in the Earl Grey versions.
Earnest easily makes the best London Fog ice cream (or London Fog flavoured anything) that I have ever had. Earnest, please sell your ice cream to the rest of Canada!