|I ate nothing but I took The Kid to see Queen and that was THE highlight of my week, so there|
|Another great dinner with friends at Tabule on Queen East but no photos because it's way too dark in there|
I dropped in to the opening night party for Kadbanu, a new Iranian restaurant at 771 Dundas St West and the joint was hopping! Unfortunately it was hopping so hard that I didn't get to taste any food. I had that delicious vodka/cucumber cocktail down there and walked around a bit and managed to get some photos of a few dishes that they had prepared and set out and it all looked delicious. In order to taste the food I would have had to postition myself in the path of the servers leaving the kitchen with their trays of snacks and I still probably would have had to elbow people out of the way to get anything before it was all gone. As frustrating as this is when I came to sample so I could tell you guys about the food, it is also a sign that everything must have been delicious. I know that their other restaurant, Banu, is a popular spot on Queen West and I look forward to going back some time soon for dinner because everything looked and smelled amazing.
|Opening Party at Kadbanu, a new Iranian Eatery on Dundas and Bathurst|
Luckily for hungry me, Patois is basically across the street, so Shack and I went there and had our first, proper dinner since they opened. I dream about Craig Wong's OG fried chicken so that was a no brainer but the tempura nori green beans were even better, if that is possible. If he doesn't put those on the permanent menu, I might have to revolt. In fact, I took home a bit of leftover chicken and green beans for The Kid's lunch the next day and even after spending the night in the fridge in a container, neither was in the least bit soggy and he ate them both cold.
|Finally, had a proper dinner at Patois|
Ah, I knew him when......
|Tuna with Miso sauce courtesy of Recipieces , another contender in the ready to cook meal prep category|
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Facebook Share of the week: Speaking of Craig Wong, head down to Harbourfront for the Jerk Jam Competition tonight from 7-9:30pm where an $8 ticket will get you samples from the competing chefs
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