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Sunday, April 6, 2014

[Toronto] Ichiriki Japanese Restaurant

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120 Bloor St East
Toronto, Ontario
(416) 923-2997

Situated between Yonge and Church on Bloor, Ichiriki is a inconspicuous little Japanese-run restaurant. Like most other eateries in this area, they draw a big lunch crowd from all the nearby offices. However, after-hours Ichiriki is just as lively. Aside from a seasonal omakase menu and a monthly live jazz band night, every Tuesday evening they welcome Soba Canada to take over the kitchen and serve fresh handmade authentic soba.



Thursday, April 3, 2014

[Giveaway] Win a Dinner at 7 Numbers!

If you happen to stumble your way here yesterday, you may have seen my enthusiastic recount of one memorable night of Italian cooking at 7 Numbers. The post was heavily focused on the cooking class, but rest-assured 7 Numbers is first and foremost a worthy restaurant to dine on a regular occasion. Serving up home-style comfort Italian eats, this restaurant feels like having dinner at Grandma's house!


If my post didn't convince you to try out 7 Numbers yet, hopefully this giveaway will!


Win a dinner at 7 Numbers! I am giving away a $50 gift certificate to spend at either the Eglinton or Danforth location of 7 Numbers . Just follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter box, and enter before 11:59PM Wednesday April 16, 2014.


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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

[Event] #CookingWithRosa @ 7 Numbers Restaurant

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516 Eglinton Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario
(416) 322-5183

A few Mondays ago, I was invited to attend a monthly cooking class at 7 Numbers Restaurant (@7_Numbers), hosted by chef and owner, Rosa Marinuzzi. How often do you get to cook with the chef of one of the city's favourite restaurants? Well, apparently you can do it once a month at 7 Numbers. Offered on the last Monday of every month, the $85 tuition fee includes an entire night of cooking, a massive family-style Italian feast, bottomless wine, and fine company. And if you have the luck that I did, you might get a free Italian-language lesson out of it too!


Cooking Class Menu