But perhaps I can also refocus more effort into beauty and other splurge worthy blog posts (you know, the ones I used to do a lot of). I also miss the everyday-here's-what-I'm-up-to posts. Those were harder to keep up with because priority was given to more significant events. I'm looking into finding a balance where I can blog shorter but more frequently without burning myself out.
Nimman Thai Cuisine
2451 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, ON M8V 1C5
Taken from the site: "We believe a great meal is not just a tasty food and pleasant service. Nimman provide a great meal as emotional experience. We delicately cook and blend each ingredient precisely to get perfect foundation as well brought the smoothness complexity in each spoon.
Over 90 flavorful menus not just indicate the Thai cuisine, but also the historical experience accumulated from generation to generation.
Everything is made in-house, essential ingredients are delivered from Thailand, Authentic described its word."
The service was alright. Most of the time the servers were on the other side of the restaurant so we were neglected at times. The side we were on was really sunny because the large windows had no curtains or blinds to block out the sun. There were many people who came in who refused to sit at the tables that were directly in the sunlight because it was so hot.
Overall: Ambience D, Food A-, Service B-, Price B.
1790 The Queensway, Etobicoke, ON M9C 5H5
Believe it or not, this was our first time at Red Lobster.
In the spirit of this Lobster Summer post, I'll skip ahead and also share another dinner outing at Milestones where I got yet another lobster dinner!
Part 3 will surely come sometime soon(?).
"The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do." -Walter Bagehot