I did something cool in Toronto! YAY. Of course, it had to do with food, because I love to eat.
Taste of Toronto is a swanky food festival in which fancy Toronto restaurants and other food-related businesses set up temporary booths to serve some delicious food! It was held at Fort York, and since I love history, this was a bonus! (These buildings are some of the last buildings built by the British before they left Canada! So exciting and interesting!)
The night consisted of eating and lining up at the various booths. Everyone had cards that had special Taste of Toronto currency pre-loaded onto it. Once we got to the front of the line, we would tap the card onto a machine to pay and then we’d take our yummy goods! Each booth had 3 different food options so there was a lot of variety.
Here are all of my food pictures. There would’ve been more, but I was either too hungry or couldn’t be bothered to take pictures.
*Just a note – the title of this post was inspired by the halibut (pictured above). It was just so delicious that I had a bit of an epiphany while eating it. It was at that moment that I understood the significance of fennel. It’s not just some silly vegetable thrown on top of a dish to make it seem cool. It’s very important.