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The sausages are exceptional. They burst in the mouth with juice and flavour and the weight of well-judged spices, not overwhelmed with salt. And there’s the thing of it. Sausages — even the ones handcrafted with loving attention and expertly [read more]
As you likely know, if you follow these things, Matthew Carmichael, once executive chef of restaurants e18hteen, Social and Sidedoor, left the trio last June. It’s possible we were a bit taken aback. Though gifted chefs – and Carmichael is [read more]
For my last ‘Pick’ I told you about the Red Sea Café on beleaguered Holland Avenue – a worthy little place obscured from street view by fencing and heavy equipment and the other detritus of several months-worth of road-work. This [read more]
This Somerset Village address has been home to a good number of good restaurants and the latest one is showing similar promise. Union 613 opened in July in the space vacated by Restaurant Joy. There’s not much of Joy left, [read more]
The one-month-old Brothers Beer Bistro – in the Dalhousie & George space where Takara Japanese used to be – pairs every appetizer and main plate it serves with a brew. “We love beer,” says its mission statement “…and it is [read more]
Hey, old timers out there, who remembers Kamals? My first taste of his food was from a truck, parked in a lot on Bank Street. But years ago Kamal also had a restaurant in the Glebe, which he then moved [read more]