Jamie was invaluable helping us find and close the perfect place for our needs. His experience, relationships and aggressive approach led to a quick and easy buy.
Having been a quiet rural village just outside the City Limits until 1885, Yorkville gained notoriety as Canada’s hippie haven during the 1960s. After undergoing large-scale development between the 1980s and 1990s, it was transformed into a dynamic urban centre …(Yorkville Neighbourhood Central Toronto continued…)
20 Cumberland Street
The lovely Kaytee Pilch from the Mocha Mocha review was kind enough to spare ten minutes and tell me about her favourite restaurant in Toronto: Rawlicious. As it turns out, 23-year-old Kaytee, an aspiring medical school student currently spending her time volunteering in the city, is a big fan of organic food, hence her healthy choice.
Rawlicious (located in the Yorkville area, across the street from the intimidating Toronto Reference Library) is all about organic, healthy, fresh food. According to the enthusiastic Ms. Pilch, they have amazing tea, good desserts, and noodles that fill you up without overpowering your stomach.
She describes the decor as comfy and intimate, with the chefs preparing the food before your eyes. Even though the venue is small, Kaytee says it lends Rawlicious a cozy feel that the friendly and quick service supports.
Rawlicious sounds like a healthy person's dream come true, and doubtless an interesting experience for the rest of us. I'm certainly intrigued and plan to hop over and try their organic fare for myself.
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