Good morning! Check out some of these incredible eats in PEI, before we flash back into the lovely couple of days that my sister and I spent in Toronto. A few nights ago, I savoured this lobster risotto, and my sister had a great gouda mac and cheese with a garlicky baked topping.
For dessert, I had a lovely sticky toffee pudding with whisky caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream. This was very tasty, and definitely one of the top three desserts I’ve ever eaten. Amazing. This made my list for all-time best desserts I’ve ever eaten.
This meal was from a restaurant called Cedar’s Eatery, where Seline had chicken souvlaki with Greek salad and rice, while I ate lentils and caramelized onions on rice with fattoush salad. For an appetizer, we shared a plate of calamari with sweet chili sauce.
I’m not sure why I have this here, but it’s a bit of a flashback into my time in Australia. I will miss this so much – it’s the exit from my house, going onto High Street, and my favourite quiche in the world.
Our AirBnB in Toronto, which was located at Bathurst and College. It was an excellent location.
Seline and I loved the Royal Ontario Museum, where we saw a neat Fear and Fascination spiders exhibit, a fashion exhibit, and plenty of contemporary and historical artwork.
Here are some fun photos from the Ripley’s Believe-it-or-Not Aquarium and Yonge-Dundas square. Seline’s favourite part of the aquarium was touching the horseshoe crabs and manta rays. I loved the jellies and seahorses.
Seline’s first impression of Toronto wasn’t too bad, but we arrived in the middle of a heat wave. It was a little too humid for her, but we are glad to have done plenty of fun stuff, and eat so much delicious food. This Greek meal was from Mezes, where I ate pastries stuffed with beet and leek, spinach and feta, and Greek cheese. AMAZING meal! I would die for Greek food.
Brunch from Aunties and Uncles before our flight to PEI. Seline had their classic breakfast with bacon, scrambled eggs, potato hash, and toast, while my pear, walnut, and brie grilled cheese (on challah!) was served with a green salad.
Moonbean Cafe has the most delicious London Fog, in my opinion. I tried it cold one day, and hot another. They also make such tasty spinach-feta borekas, which are like a hybrid between a bagel and a puff pastry.
Dinner at Byblos included awesome baguette pides and slices of Mediterranean beef cheek.
We spent four hours at Light Cafe one afternoon. Seline loved her BLT chicken sandwich and lobster bisque, and I thoroughly enjoyed my truffle mushroom risotto with parmesan.
For dessert, we shared charcoal black sesame waffles with black sesame sauce and ice cream (one scoop each of vanilla and sesame).
Finally, this was brunch from Signatures Cafe, which is located inside a hotel. I love eggs benedict, especially on brioche, so this was a divine breakfast. Mine was topped with sauteed kale and spinach, and Seline’s with bacon.
That’s all for today – I have some things to do before the end of the day. Have a lovely rest of the week!