An Adventure to Souffle Pancakes in Toronto

Now that I looked back to my Toronto trip, I noticed that I spent a lot of on Spadina Avenue and Kensington Market, which is just steps away. There are many independent cafes and shops here that  are yet to be explored. On my last day in Toronto, I decided to try Hanabusa Café, a cute, spacious café that specializes in soufflé pancakes. We also went to another popular soufflé pancake shop called Fuwa Fuwa on Bloor Street. Each has its specialty, so I’m excited to share my thoughts of these two cafes to you guys.

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My Love with Jerk Chicken: Rasta Pasta or Tasty’s Caribbean Cuisine?

My love with jerk chicken starts to bloom in Toronto. Mr. told me that Toronto has the largest population of Jamaicans in Canada, and the Jamaican cuisine there is a must-try. As I have never tried authentic ones before, we went to two restaurants during the vacation – Rasta Pasta and Tasty’s Caribbean Cuisine. We tried the Jerk Chicken in both places, and I am about to tell you which one is my favourite.

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Food Adventure to Kensington Market: Little Pebbles Cafe

Near Toronto’s Chinatown, there is a famous Kensington Market, where has many independent cafes and Jamaican restaurants. I visited a few cafes there, and I think this one is worth to mention – Little Pebbles Cafe. It is a petit Japanese cafe with very limited seatings, but it was super busy when we visited on a weekend. There is a tiny menu above the counter, as well as a glass shelf filled with cakes and canelés.

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