Tuesday, June 30, 2015

#SophAcrossThePond - Toronto

After visiting the lovely Saving Thyme in Burlington, we headed to Toronto to stay with Kelsey's friend Brittany. On the day we got there, we headed to Queen Street Warehouse for dinner. I got my first taste of poutine, a Canadian delicacy that I ended up loving. It's basically chips with gravy and cheese curds, but they also top it with almost anything.



The next day Kelsey and I headed up the CN Tower, for an incredible two course meal. It was so worth doing, as we got to sit, eat great food and watch Toronto go past as the restaurant revolved for only $25 more than the cost to go up the tower itself. It was so lovely, and the food was divine. We both had a mustard braised lamb shank, which came with mash potato, and then decided to order two deserts and split them. We went for the white chocolate orange cheesecake and the butterscotch budino. We also sipped a yummy mimosa, as it was only midday by the time we ate.







After eating, we headed down a few floors to go and stand on the glass platform, before heading back down to the ground. We went to meet Brittany and headed over to Toronto Islands for a mini picnic and to take cute skyline pictures. We then headed back to Brittany's, watched some Marvel movies and headed to sleep. We had a bit of extra time in Toronto the next day, so met up with Kelsey's bestie Emily and all headed to the George Street Diner, as featured in What If (or The F Word, if you're Canadian!) It was really cute and small, and the food was great.






I loved spending time in Toronto, and hanging out with Kelsey's friends, and it's definitely a place I'll be heading back to!

Sophie x

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2 comments on "#SophAcrossThePond - Toronto"
  1. Ah looks like you had such a good time! I really enjoyed my time in Toronto so glad you enjoyed it. Those fries look so good, the Canadians really are the best at piling delicious foods on top of each other! x

    Jasmin Charlotte

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  2. I really did! I loved it there, and can't wait to go back! They were SO good. Food in Canada was amazing, I am surprised I didn't eat more haha! x

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