Last time when I was on my way to Celestin for brunch, I passed by Patisserie Sebastien and noted it down. I’m always on the search for new patisseries to try out. This patisserie is located on Yonge St, north of Lawrence Ave. On a cold winter day, Yewon and I met up at Patisserie Sebastien for some coffee and pastries. My favourite type of croissant is the almond, so the first picture you see in this post is the Almond Croissant. In order to balance out all the sweetness, I ordered a Cafe Latte. Yewon and I shared various cakes and quiches together: Chocolate Puff Cream, Meyer Lemon Tart, Mushroom & Cheese Quiche and a Cheese Quiche. I think that they have the best Almond Croissant so far, and their quiches are amazing as well. I bought a chestnut cake home to enjoy later on :)
In the evening, we met up with Betty and Kim at a Japanese restaurant called Oisi Oyster. We ordered so much food because Yewon is a frequent patronizer, thus we were offered a discount. The first appetizer was Pan-fried Scallops with Butter/Sake/Citrus. The scallops were really fresh and the sauce brought out the flavour in the scallops. Our next dish was Grilled Squid which was chewy and enjoyable. Our Sushi/Sashimi Boat was large and covered with several different types of sushi. The best part of the boat was the Uni Sushi! Not too many people like them because of its appearance and texture, but I love sea urchin and these were sweet and yummy. The Raw clams I didn’t really like because I found them too fishy. The Salmon Skin Handrolls at the end were on the house and they were so crispy and smokey; I wanted more!
3306 Yonge St
Toronto, ON M4N 2L6
245 Eglinton Avenue East
Toronto, ON M4P 3B7