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Local Eats: Kara Mia

Local Eats: Kara Mia

It’s been a while since I’ve been to this Mississauga restaurant. Kara Mia opened in 2009, and I’ve been there once, and never came back. At that time, they served a lunch buffet which didn’t have a lot of selection and the beef was dry and overcooked. I figured 3 years is enough time to … Continue reading

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Local Eats: Paramount Fine Foods

Local Eats: Paramount Fine Foods

It’s been a while since I’ve had shawarma; and after having watched The Avengers late Friday afternoon, the craving has been planted in my taste buds. So, on Saturday night, a friend and I visited a restaurant I haven’t been to in a while. The restaurant is called Paramount Fine Foods and it has been … Continue reading

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Fish Fry-day: Lunch@ KK Sushi

Fish Fry-day: Lunch@ KK Sushi

Last Tuesday was Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, or Pancake Tuesday, and the list goes on. It marks the Lenten Season that starts with Ash Wednesday and lasts for 40 days. It’s been my family’s practice growing up that we don’t eat meat on Fridays during Lent, as with most Catholics, so I still abide … Continue reading

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Local Eats: Kandahar Kabab

Local Eats: Kandahar Kabab

Last Monday, I figured I would check out Kandahar Kabab and compare my experience here with the one I had at Bamiyan Kabob. Kandahar Kabab has been open for about seven months now, and it is located across the street from Bamiyan Kabob in a different mini-mall. I don’t see the point of two Afghani … Continue reading

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Local Eats: KK Sushi

Local Eats: KK Sushi

Here’s another one of my lunchtime hangouts. KK Sushi is a Japanese restaurant in Mississauga, and is located in the same mini-mall as other restaurants I’ve reviewed so far, such as Mario’s San Francesco Ristorante, Bamiyan Kabob, The Gospel Cafe, and King Kebab. Upon entering the restaurant, you’ll notice the simple yet elegant design and … Continue reading

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Local Eats: Bamiyan Kabob

Local Eats: Bamiyan Kabob

I often go for lunch in restaurants located in the mini-mall close to the office, but never had I gone to try out Bamiyan Kabob until now. It’s one of a handful of restaurants that have survived while others have come and gone. I was always deterred by the long lineups and thought that I … Continue reading

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