Just over the summer, my buddy and I went on a grand ol’ adventure in the UK. It was a lot of fun travelling to London, Edinburgh (pronounced Ed-in-bra), and Glasgow. We went from castle to castle, admired the beautiful (and not so beautiful) men in kilts, and drank lots of tea (and by lots of tea I mean LOTS of tea).
One of the wonderful things about Winterlicious is that it allows you to be introduced to restaurants that you a) normally wouldn't go to, or b) didn't even know were there. The latter was the case in my visit to Prime Steakhouse at the Windsor Arms for lunch last Wednesday. To be honest, I'm not really sure how I missed out on the Prime memo, considering that I live down the street and was even at the Windsor Arms for tea a few weeks ago.
The Windsor Arms Hotel is beyond compare when it comes to enjoying an English tradition in the heart of downtown Toronto. The hotel is a fine example of Toronto’s best: wonderfully finished, kindly staffed, and extraordinarily well catered. It is well known as a photography venue, as one of the classiest places for vacationers to stay, and, perhaps the highlight of all highlights, for their fantastic high tea.
We all have our own Christmas Traditions. As for me, besides my family traditions of Christmas Eve dinner and then a Christmas Day party for all of our relatives, I always make it a point to visit the Windsor Arms Hotel, here in Toronto, for their famous Afternoon High Tea.
International Chinese sensation Ayi Jihu is almost set to board the plane for Toronto and start her Canadian adventure. Ayi Jihu will land in Toronto on the 14th of December and her first public appearance will be at the City Club in Toronto where she will be guest of honor at the Launch of A Celebration of Women Foundation inc.