New York City: Sweet & Savoury Foods

Happy tuesday! It was a holiday long weekend where I live (and in most other Canadian provinces) and I went on a little trip with my family. We went to new york city. I hadn’t been there since 2012 so I was excited to again, now that I was a little older. We were pretty…

Montreal: Poutine

Another montreal/quebec staple is poutine, which you’re supposed to pronounce as poot-in and not poo-teen. There are so many places that sell poutine and you can get some wild toppings. I wanted the basic though – fries, cheese and gravy. I know it doesn’t sound like much but you can easily mess up poutine. You…

Montreal: Bagel

Hi there! I’m sorry I’m only making my first September post now. I’m currently taking a mini vacation before the summer is over and I wanted a little break from everything. As you can see from the title, I am in montreal, quebec. I am visiting a friend here. If you ever visit this city,…

Windsor: Taloola Cafe

Happy long weekend in ontario! I’m spending the weekend in windsor (and the surrounding areas). I’m here with family did lots of exploring today, mostly around downtown windsor. Our first meal was at this popular local restaurant – taloola cafe. I had heard about this place online and wanted to try out their dish called…

​Calgary: Sky 360 Restaurant

In Calgary, one of the most famous things there is the calgary tower. So we had to go. You can either just go up to the top or you can go up and eat at the sky 360 restaurant. We chose the latter. But we went up to the top before lunch and that gave…

Banff: Sandwich + Beer

I guess there is nothing really representative of banff itself in this meal, but it is just what I ate while in banff, AB yesterday. We went to this somewhat hidden place called squish sandwich bar in the heart of the banff village. It’s a very cool place that serves food, drinks and they have…

Valemount: Pub Snacks

We went to this restaurant (The Moose Pub) in a little town called valemount, BC. The server recommended we order their battered fried pickles. ​I’ve had fried pickles before but not like this.  They are dill pickles coated in a cornmeal batter and fried. So they were super crunchy and a little spicy because they…

​Vancouver: Chinese Food

Here I am, continuing with travel posts! First stop is vancouver and everyone knows that there is a lot of Chinese food here. We went to a place called peaceful restaurant and the food was amazing! We started with these beef rolls (not pictured) which this restaurant is known for – it was a flaky…

Paris: Classic Crepe

If you go to paris and don’t get an authentic crepe, you are missing out. There are crepe stands/restaurants at almost every street and sometimes there are multiple on the same street. The one in this picture was a savoury crepe with spinach and cheese. And you can see a cup of bubbly to go…

London: Indian Street Food

I know you might be thinking to yourself: “london is the place to go for fish and chips so why did you not post about fish and chips??”, and to that, I say that I did have fish and chips there (which were delicious!!) but I didn’t want to have 2 posts about the same…