Travel Food

One of the interesting things about traveling is to experience different foods. Sometimes you take a trip and all the food is new and exciting. Maybe you are in a new place where there is a type of food that you have never seen before, or maybe only Americanized versions of that type of food. Or, maybe you are just in Toronto where you have been before. Can you still try interesting food?

So, what am I eating in Canada? So far it is mainly Asian food. On Sunday we had Filipino food for lunch, with a nice lemon tart and a Birthday cake for desert. Thanks to the Maddocks’ for a great Birthday lunch. For dinner we visited a Korean restaurant in China Town. For lunch today I went out with my colleagues for Vietnamese food. So, what to have for dinner?

Tonight I walked away from the hotel headed for a group of restaurants across the street. On the way to the crosswalk, I discovered a burger restaurant called Lick’s.

Lick's Burgers - Toronto, Canada - Burger Chains - Travel Food - Ontario - Burgers and Fries

The burger was good, the fries had a good taste and they had some good toppings for the burger. Overall a good experience, but not as good as In-N-Out.

One thing that I found interesting was the color scheme for the restaurant. Red and Yellow. Seems to be a popular color choice for burger restaurants.

Of course, I had to find out a little bit about Lick’s. They were founded in Toronto in 1980, and now have 27 locations around Southern Ontario.


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4 Responses to Travel Food

  1. Stacy Jobe says:

    I like the name. 🙂

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