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    Best Ramen in Toronto Downtown

    I have tried many ramen places in Toronto. Usually, for around $15 (including tax and tip), I could have a decent meal. Currently, there are so many ramen places in Toronto and there are new ones opening up every year. Nevertheless, this food has not lost its popularity yet. Many of them have long line-ups during the weekend. Here is many personal and very biased countdown of best Japanese / Korean ramen places in Downtown Toronto. It would only be judged with 3 criteria: portion, taste and how much I like it. #7. Hokkaido Ramen Santouka Address: 91 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON M5B 1E1 Website: http://www.santouka.co.jp/en Portion: medium Taste: I found it…

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    Miku Toronto: Winterlicious 2018 Review

    Miku Toronto is a high-end sushi place located in the heart of financial district. I have been to Miku Toronto a couple of times. It is definitely the best tasting sushi I ever had in Toronto. At the same time, it is the most expensive sushi I had as well. For the same price for a dinner for 1 person here, I could eat at all-you-can-eat sushi buffet for 2 people. I paid $60+ for the winterlicious menu here, and I was not full afterward. Website: https://mikutoronto.com/ Location: 105-10 Bay Street (at Queen’s Quay), Toronto, ON M5J 2R8, entrance through RBC Waterpark Place lobby Summary Service: 5/5, very friendly and attentive service Food taste: 4/5…

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    Restaurant Review: Le Papillon On Front

    Location: 69 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1B5 Summary This review for 2018 Winterlicious menu. What I recommend to order: salmon for starter, veal for main, pecan pie for dessert Service: 4/5 Food: 3/5 Dessert: 1/5 Reservation Needed: probably not Value worth for Winterlicious: average, you get what you pay for, not a good deal though. Review I came to “Le Papillon On Front” with my family. I made a reservation in advance; however, this place looks pretty empty that I don’t think a reservation would be needed. So we tried out Winterlicous menu here. Starter: we all ordered salmon for the starter. The dish came with 2 pieces of bread, a…

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    Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie: 2018 Winterlicious Review

    This is a review for 2018 Winterlicious lunch menu at Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie in Toronto Distillery District. Summary It is a nice and romantic French restaurant with good food and fresh bread Service: 5/5 Food: 4/5 Environment: 4/5 Worth it for Winterlicious: Yes I recommend from the menu: french onion soup for starter, steak frites for main, Mont Blanc for dessert. What I like: the fresh bread, good portion, nice decorated dish, the environment, the service What I don’t like: I found the food here are generally too heavy and the steak is a bit too salty. Location: 35 Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4 Review This place is…