Do you have a sweet tooth like us?  Then you have fair warning.  Eva’s Original Chimneys now has a brick-and-mortar location! As some food truck aficionados know, Eva’s Original Chimneys started off as a food truck at various events around Toronto, including the Evergreen Brickworks, where the lineups were insane as Torontonians couldn’t get enough of their “doughnut cones”. After this widespread success, fast-forward in time and the move from just a cramped food truck to an actual physical location was a natural progression.   We met the owners of Eva’s Original Chimneys, Kristin and Justin, at their recent soft opening of their new locationRead More →

Sweetery is an annual sweets-only food festival hosted to promote and showcase confectionary and culinary arts in the Greater Toronto Area. This year is the second year that Sweetery is running, and it has expanded from a small parking lot last year to David Pecaut Square in the heart of Downtown Toronto. There were a variety of vendors at the festival, and as part of the media tour we had a chance to sample a few of the offerings. First item on the list were french style pastries baked and crafted by students from George Brown College Chef School. Our favourite by far was theRead More →

Welcome to our latest blog series featuring our review of the top desserts of summer 2016 in Toronto. You’ve seen countless photos of these desserts on Instagram, but do they live up to the hype? Follow our blog series to find out! Tsujiri is a global chain that was founded in Japan known for their matcha desserts. Tsujiri’s store in Toronto is its first in North America and is suitated amongst many other popular Japanese restaurants and dessert shops at Bay and Dundas. The design of the store is beautifully done, with wood panels lining the walls both on the exterior and interior of theRead More →

Welcome to our latest blog series featuring our review of the top desserts of summer 2016 in Toronto. You’ve seen countless photos of these desserts on Instagram, but do they live up to the hype? Follow our blog series to find out! Bar Ape (pronounced “Bar Ah-pay”) has been a Toronto standout for quite some time now – you may have noticed them selling their handmade gelato bars out of their imported Piaggio Ape truck all around Toronto. It used to be quite challenging trying to locate their truck, as you would need to be constantly monitoring their Twitter or Instagram account, but fret not as they’ve finallyRead More →

Love Gelato is a cute little shop on Main St Markham serving quality gelato, sandwiches and desserts. We had the opportunity to meet the two owners, Daniel and Vlad, who were extremely welcoming and down to earth. They have two key values they uphold for Love Gelato, customer service and quality of product. The owners frequently travel to try alot of gelato as part of their goal to make their gelato the “best gelato you’ve ever tasted”. Love Gelato’s gelato is vegan, peanut free and gluten free, and everything in the shop is homemade except for the macarons which are sourced from a local bakery.Read More →