Category Archives: Lunch in Toronto

Koh Lipe Thai Kitchen is a hidden gem you need to try

Eating outside is one of my favourite things to do. Better though when we find hidden gems, right? Hubby and I were walking near Kensington Market when we found Koh Lipe Thai Kitchen, and what a pleasant surprise! The day was so hot that I’m glad we ordered a Singha beer right away, a Thai […]

Wvrst: My go-to place for artisanal sausages in Toronto

Continuing with the series Affordable places to eat in Downtown Toronto, today I’m sharing with you one of my favourites: Wvrst. It’s a beer and cider hall that offers several artisanal sausages. To be honest, I never had a beer there (and now while I’m writing this I think it’s a shame) because every time […]

My favourite place for Arepas in Toronto

Continuing my series of posts about affordable places to eat in Downtown Toronto, I’d like to share my experience at Maiz. Maiz means “corn” in spanish and it’s the main ingredient of arepas, the main dish of this restaurant. This flat round patty is popular in some Latin American countries and makes a good meal, […]

Build your own pizza in Toronto

I already mentioned here on the blog I’m gonna write more about good affordable lunch options in Downtown Toronto. Here you can read my post about Wilbur Mexicana. I believe pizza is the most democratic food as almost everybody enjoys it. And there are definitely options for all tastes. But what about building your own […]

Lunch at Wilbur Mexicana in Downtown Toronto

Here on my blog you always find tips on brunch and dinner in Toronto. But since I started to work on a co-working spaces once a week I’m discovering new places for lunch in the city. And when we have to choose a place to lunch on a workday, budget is important. That’s why I’m […]