Kobi, North York – An Instagram Success for Meatatarians (코비 스틸스)

Kobi in the North York really makes that summer time dinner choice very easy. Located just off Steeles its one of the nicer looking places with a patio.
Warning: If you are a MEATatarian then the following images may be delicious. Viewer discretion is advised.

Top view of the table at Kobi in North York
Preparation at Kobi in North York 코비 노스욕

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Windsor Seoul – A part of Korea in Windsor

Small souvenirs from Jeju Island and Dubai sit on a table at Windsor Seoul
Windsor Seoul souvenirs from Jeju Island and Dubai

This past long weekend we were finally able to take to the open road and make it out of town! We hadn’t originally planned on visiting Windsor and the Windor Seoul restaurant, but after viewing some of the sites on Pelee Island and Leamington (which by the way some how has our favourite Melona popsicles) we committed to the drive. We also hadn’t planned on visiting Detroit, but this would later play a key role in our visit to Windsor Seoul since we got to meet the owner!

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Kookminhakgyo – Going old school in Toronto’s Korea Town [국민학교 – 핀치 토론토]

A record player and an old piano inside kookminhakgyo in toronto
Records and Piano at Kookminhakgyo in Toronto

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It amazes me, that I’m still able to be amazed with what’s going on in Korea Town (Finch). It’s a real testament to the effort restaurants put in to give us a fantastic food experience. What makes me say this? Kookminhakgyo (국민학교) or literally translated National School is the next restaurant pushing the envelope in Toronto.

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