Black Bear Espresso

Many times, my boyfriend and I have passed by this little coffee shop on Carlton Street called Black Bear Espresso, and one day we finally found ourselves going there to try out what they have to offer in the midst of our midterm/assignments/projects fast approaching.  This café was a hidden gem on Carlton Street amidst the…

Le Gourmand

Cafés have become a norm within the city, so it’s difficult to find a nice, cozy one to enjoy a nice cup of coffee and a little pastry of the sort. I was lucky to visit Le Gourmand which was nearby where I’m current residing with my older brother, who recommended this little café for me…

Eva’s Original Chimneys

On Bloor Street West, there lies an interesting dessert place that my friend and I went to visit after our dinner at Dimmi’s. Eva’s Original Chimneys is a dessert spot which is famous for their fresh doughnut cones and soft serve.  The inside of Eva’s was really great, inside you can see the fresh doughnut cones…

Kekou Gelato

Today’s post is a continued excursion from my time visiting Margaritas in Baldwin Village (see my post here: https://foodieutopiablog.wordpress.com/2017/10/21/margaritas/). My friend and I also decided spontaneously to grab some dessert, and as a gift for my belated birthday back in the summer, my friend was sweet enough to treat me to dessert that night. Not only do…

Cafe Crepe

It had been some time sine I’ve visited a place for dessert – and that’s particularly because I’m not too much of a fan of excessive sweets. However, I could not say no to Cafe Crepe when I decided to go with my friend after dinner one day. Crepes always remind me of times in Paris…