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! Eva’s Original Chimneys is a food truck serving soft serve ice cream in a Hungarian pastry, aka “chimney cone”. The chimney is made with a dough wrapped in a spiral, cooked in what looks like a rotisserie grill. These cones were definitely the most Instagram’d desserts this summer. We caught them when they first launched these cones at the Evergreen Brickworks on their truck,Read 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! Seven Lives Paleteria is an extension of the Seven Lives Tacos Y Mariscos brand exclusively focusing on Mexican-style and inspired desserts. They specialize in paletas (Mexican-style popsicles) but also serve a wide variety of other desserts and drinks, such as soft-serve ice cream, aguas frescas, mangonadas, and even sundaes. We ordered the coconut guava and watermelon paletas and we found them to beRead 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! A new summer dessert trend has hit the city: Thailand-inspired ice cream! What makes it so special? The ice cream, while in liquid form, is poured onto a cooling table which hardens the ice cream into sheets. The sheets of ice cream are then scraped off the cooling table into rolls, which are then served to the customer! Arctic Bites is one ofRead 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 →