Posts Tagged ‘Sandwiches’

#SoupsOnt: An Interview with The Burnt Tongue

5 May, 2014  |  by Carly Mcleod
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On Cannon, a couple of storefronts from the corner James St N., sits my favourite place to eat in Hamilton: The Burnt Tongue. Even if you’re not from Hamilton, you’ve probably heard of The Burnt Tongue. With food this good, word of mouth travels fast. This local gem has a rotating menu that consists of soups, grilled cheese sandwiches, salad, burgers, and frites. They also feature Rudy’s Paletas (the perfect cure for any burned tongue). I’ll readily admit that every…

Bite & Sip, Toronto’s most authentic pretzel

12 Dec, 2013  |  by Ama Scriver

Originally posted to Ama’s twice-weekly column on Toronto Is Awesome. If you’re much like me, sometimes you crave something a little salty in your life. The perfect answer to this is one of snack’s finest creations: the pretzel. Venturing into the heart of the Annex, tucked away within the walls of Honest’s Ed’s is a small but humble shop named, Bite & Sip which has well, some of the best pretzels this city has to offer. Did I mention that…

Dundas Park Kitchen Bringing Comfort Food Home

8 Aug, 2013  |  by Ama Scriver

Over the past few months, a stretch of new restaurants have opened along Dundas West that have been offering healthy, grab and go choices.  One such place is the Dundas Park Kitchen, which nestled right beside the Belljar Cafe. I first came into contact with owners Alex Tso and Melanie Harris after they offered up an old espresso machine (on Facebook) from the old Portuguese restaurant they were refurbishing to make their own.  My partner ended up obtaining the machine…

Bellying Up to the Bar at Belly Busters Submarines

8 Aug, 2013  |  by Yuli Scheidt

Originally posted to Ama’s weekly column on Toronto Is Awesome. A legend has come into the downtown core that has been casting a large shadow over North Toronto for some time now and filling bellies. The restaurant is Belly Busters Submarines, who has earned its stars & stripes (and fiercely loyal client base) at their original location found at at the corner of Yonge St. and Glen Echo Rd., just north of Lawrence Ave. But about a month ago, a second…

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