Food Post : Amazing breakfast at Cucina Guzzo 

Had an amazing breakfast with my mom at Cucina Guzzo restaurant which just newly opened in the Vaughan area, north of Toronto. The restaurant is in a quaint little plaza corner and is beautifully decorated, with both rustic and modern elements. 


My mother and I both ordered poached eggs with avocado and tomato, which was very delicious and the avocado and tomato were both extremely fresh. 

We also decided to split an order of classic pancakes, which was an amazing decision as the pancakes were some of the fluffiest, most delicious pancakes I’ve ever had! They weren’t thick, but they were perfectly soft and mouthwateringly good. I’ve been thinking about those pancakes ever since.

The best part is- breakfast is served all day- meaning I can enjoy those heavenly pancakes at any hour. 😍 I’m already planning my next trip there!

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Travel Blog: Kingston Night 2- Amazing Greek Food at Greco’s 

After spending the afternoon exploring the Kingston Penitentiary, we decided to head back into town (where we were staying with my aunt in her summer home) and relax for a good while. For dinner we made reservations to another one of my favourite Kingston restaurants, an authentic Greek restaurant called Greco’s. Greco’s is another favourite of mine and a restaurant that I’ve been to numerous times in the past with my family. The restaurant is family owned and operated, with the grandfather in the kitchen making the authentic old style Greek food, and the grandson serving tables. It is a small little restaurant but always fairly busy because of the quality of the food. I’ve been told that the lamb is amazing, as well as the chicken skewers, but I’m a pescaterian so I stick to the fish dishes like the fried shrimp, and they are always delicious. Also important to note is that the potatoes which are soaked in lemon, and the house made Tzatziki sauce is amazing. They also serve incredible Greek desserts such as Bougatsa – a traditional dessert of phyllo pastry filled with cream. I wish I had a picture to go with the description but it was quickly eaten by all the moment it arrived to the table. 

My order of fried shrimp
Chicken and rice

Travel blog: Kingston Ontario Day 1: Great Italian food at Casa Restaurant 

My boyfriend and I spent 3 days in one of Canada’s oldest cities, Kingston,a city with many buildings that are actually older than Canada itself as they were built before Canada was even named! I love the city of Kingston, and I’d even go as far as to say it’s one of my favourite places in the world. Ive been visiting Kingston almost every summer since I was a young girl, as my aunt rents a house there each summer and my cousins and myself would spend the summer there with her. I love old buildings and historic homes, and Kingston is chock full of them. It is also teeming with amazing restaurants, and has tons of diverse food choices. 

We started our first day there with an early lunch at what I consider one of the best Italian restaurants and a must stop eatery in Kingston, Casa restaurant. It’s easy to spot as it’s located directly across the street facing the large town square and city hall, right in the heart of downtown Kingston. The town square was packed with people when we were there, as everyone was checking out the farmers market which is held there every Saturday and Sunday morning. Tons of sellers set up stands to sell a variety of fruits, vegetables, home made treats, honey, and sometimes even antiques. We sat facing the window, and the restaurant wasnquir empty when we were there as it was still quite early for lunch. I was torn between ordering a walnut and goat cheese salad, as their salad is very delicious and in a very generous portion, but their pasta dishes; especially the puttanesca pasta, are incredible. My boyfriend and I decided to compromise, I got the salad and he got an order of Penne, so that we could try both.

My boyfriend, a true Italian like myself, enjoys a lot of chili flakes on his pasta 🍝
The most delicious of salads

I eat at this restaurant every time I’m in Kingston, and the food is always great and fresh. I highly reccomend this restaurant, especially the pasta dishes!

Food post: One of my favourite Ice cream spots! 


This past weekend to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday my boyfriend and I embarked on a road trip up north to stay at my family’s cottage. Along the way we decided to stop at one of my favourite childhood ice cream spots – “Brainfreezz” which is located in this adorable old tiny town called Thornton . It’s a small little ice cream shop that runs out of an old house and it has been there for quite a while as I’ve been stopping there on summer day trips home from the cottage since I was about 8. They have some of the best ice cream flavours ever and the tastiest waffle cones! They also have amazing yogurt ice cream -which is what I ordered- and they allow you to choose either chocolate or vanilla frozen yogurt and mix it with two kinds of frozen fruit. I opted for vanilla frozen yogurt mixed with raspberries and blueberries in a waffle cone and it was incredible! My boyfriend ordered an ice cream flavour called raspberry cheesecake and he enjoyed it a lot as well. 



I definitely reccomend this little place to anyone who lives in the Ontario area or who will be talking a road trip up north this summer! It’s a great little historic town to check out. 

Food Post 003: Amazing Korean Food 🥘 

This food appreciation post is for one of my favourite Korean restaurants in Toronto: Song Cook’s in the Thornhill area.

I always get the vegetable BiBimBap and it is absolutely amazing. The vegetables are so fresh and the food is very authentic. The seafood pancake is a must order starter dish and is very large making it perfect for sharing. I’m vegetarian so I can’t speak for the meat dishes but my dad and brother swear by the kalbi beef ribs with the brown rice.


Pictured above is a miso soup, which comes with the BiBimBap, brown rice, and a spicy tofu soup that my dad ordered.


Close up of the vegetable BiBimBap, complete with rice, veggies( bean sprouts, sliced mushrooms, cucumber, lettuce, seaweed, and carrots), and an egg.


A picture of the Kimchi as well as bean sprouts and yellow beets to start.

I highly recommend Song Cook’s, it is the perfect Korean restaurant, the food is amazing, and the staff is very accommodating and even on the restaurants busiest days we’ve always been seated very quickly.

Song Cook’s Authentic Korean Restaurant Website