The always busy Khao San Road has been on my list of restaurants to hit-up for a while now. The Thai restaurant named after Bangkok’s famous Khao San Road - known for its food vendors and bustling traffic – is fitting for its Toronto location, in the heart of the Entertainment District at 326 Adelaide Street West. The space is casual with simple modern décor; featuring art & photography from local artists in city. Chef Nuit serves up authentic Thai dishes that do not disappoint. We sampled some apps, a coconut curry special, a noodle dish, and Singha beer…
Fresh Rolls – Po Pia Pak Sod Gai Yaw
Stir Fried Rice Noodles -Pad Kee Mao
Squash Fritters – Gra Bong
Coconut Curry Special – Khao Soi
This past long weekend was filled with gorgeous weather and wine tours in Niagara on the Lake. Considering the great weather, touring from winery to winery via a bicycle made for the perfect day. It became less about the wine and more about being outside, enjoying the scenery.
Every so often I feel inspired to make something new, in my typical fashion – by just winging it. I wanted to create summer bracelets by braiding fresh floral & striped fabrics. I also loved the look of sailor knots; I used decorative rope, to create a dressed-up nautical look. Here’s how they turned out…