REVIEW: Navarra delivers big taste on small plates

Chef René Rodriguez’s Navarra gives a whole new meaning to Tuesday tapas – or any night of the week, for that matter.

The quaint hotspot nestled in the Byward Market on Murray Street serves elegant, refined small plates with bold flavours and bright colours inspired by the chef’s travels to Mexico City, Oaxaca, Latin America and Spain. Continue reading “REVIEW: Navarra delivers big taste on small plates”

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Battle of the Burgers

Whenever we eat at a restaurant, our eyes often wander on the menu to see the burger list – hamburger for him and veggie for her. Regardless of whether it’s a higher-end bistro or a greasy-spoon diner, the humble burger has, in recent years, seen a resurgence in popularity. As the #foodies industry has grown on Instagram, so too have the cooks and restaurants that are dishing out mouthwatering, stacked, cheesy, elaborate, and unique burgers.

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Fall in Montebello, Quebec

For the past five years, we’ve taken a long-weekend trip in October. In many places, it’s the perfect time of year for a mini holiday — not too hot, not too cold, and promises of beautiful fall foliage.

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