Ratings & Reviews - Lamesa Filipino Kitchen

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    Amazing meal and top service.

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    International brunches of Toronto

    International brunches of Toronto

    Lamesa’s mandate has always been to introduce Filipino flavours to the North American palette. They’ve certainly succeeded in converting Torontonians to their Sunday “kamayan” dinner, which literally translates to “eat with your hands.” Their brunch is just as novel: fried garlic rice instead of potatoes and soy-garlic-vinegar marinated chicken coupled with a poached egg. Don’t forget to order a calamansi (a citrus fruit grown in the Philippines) for your morning refreshment.

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    Keep the romantic fires burning in West Queen West Toronto

    Keep the romantic fires burning in West Queen West Toronto

    This restaurant may be kid-friendly during the day, but when the sun goes down, romance heats up quickly. Thin cylindrical fixtures from the ceiling provide just the right amount of mood lighting, and the eclectic art on the walls is sure to inspire good conversation. Start by sharing a plate of tomato and maalat salad, split the lechon kawali – deep-fried pork belly – and finish with a ginataan sundae. Reservations are recommended.

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    $28 dinner spots to visit for Toronto's 2016 Summerlicious

    $28 dinner spots to visit for Toronto's 2016 Summerlicious

    Summerlicious returns to Toronto July 8, running its smorgasbord of food-loving fun until July 24. If there's a restaurant you've had your eye on, this is the opportunity to give it a try. Restaurants tout three-course dinner in various price brackets for the two weeks of the festival. Here are the $28 spots! [Feature image: Ruth’s Chris Steak House; courtesy of the City of Toronto]

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