Ossington has a new restaurant and we predict it’s going to get busy. Borealia served it’s first dinner service last night. We were there and we sampled a lot of delicious dishes.
The space, at 59 Ossington, has been transformed into a comfortable Canadian urban lodge. Cozy soft throws and pillows abound, hip . . . → Read More: Borealia Opens at 59 Ossington
In the last year the Ossington scene has trended toward Asian cuisine with the additions of places like Hawker Bar, OddSoeul and Bazara. Last week we got another new restaurant called Soos, which focuses on Malaysian cuisine. We stopped by on Tuesday and tried out some of the small plates and cocktails they have on offer. . . . → Read More: New Restaurant Soos brings Malaysian food to Ossington
Christmas is coming early to Ossington: at least in terms of restaurant openings. Fast on the heels of Rock Lobster, Oddseoul has opened at 90 Ossington Avenue.
The restaurant has been in the works for a while, and has been in soft opening mode all week. This weekend we stopped in to Oddseoul to . . . → Read More: Oddseoul Opens, Brings Korean Comfort Food to Ossington
New restaurant Yours Truly opened quietly this week at 229 Ossington, just south of Dundas . . . → Read More: Yours Truly Now Open
We went to dinner on Saturday night at Salt Wine Bar: it turned out to be the second night they were officially open, and we sampled a few items off the menu and a bottle of wine. . . . → Read More: Dinner at Salt Wine Bar