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A selection of tall cans in the sandwich display at Oakham Cafe. (Melissa Myers/Ryersonian Staff)

Oakham Café now offering local tall cans at student campus centre

Students can buy beer, local and non-local, along with their lunch at Oakham Café .

by Melissa Myers· · Arts & Life, Food, News, On Campus
Ryerson’s lone food truck finds its niche on Church St.

Ryerson’s lone food truck finds its niche on Church St.

By Caroline Dinnall Students line up patiently as they wait to be served by the cooks in the big green truck outside of the Rogers Communications Centre. In exchange for a crisp blue bill, they receive a hearty lunch to make it through the day. “It’s mainly convenience for me. If I had the option to go anywhere else I […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Arts & Life, Food, News, On Campus
Winterlicious Review: The Rosedale Diner

Winterlicious Review: The Rosedale Diner

The Rosedale Diner, located at 1164 Yonge St., was both impressive and disappointing.  Inconsistent is the best word to describe my experience. A three-course prix fixe dinner was $35 – the portions were medium sized. Celebrity chef Guy Fieri featured the Rosedale Diner on his Food Network television show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. This restaurant is a diner on the […]

by Chelsea Shim· · Arts & Life, Food
Kale ceasar salad - dulse, horseradish, bannock croutons (left).
Pig & chips - pressed ontario pork shoulder, roast garlic fries, mustard greens kimchi (right).
(Courtesy Samantha Sim)

Winterlicious Review: Bannock

If you’re looking for quintessential Canadian comfort food, look no further than Bannock. The Queen St E. spot from Toronto restaurateurs Peter Oliver and Michael Bonacini made its debut on the Winterlicious roster with $15 lunch and $25 dinner offerings this year. When I settled in for a mid-afternoon meal with a friend, the restaurant was abuzz with people in […]

by Tara Deschamps· · Arts & Life, Food, Top stories
Students do homework in Pitman Hall. (Laura Zizek/Ryersonian Staff)

‘Lettuce’ be friends: Healthy food on campus

Five dollars can get you a lot more than it once did at Ryerson’s cafeterias. Joshna Maharaj is the assistant director of food services and executive chef on campus. She was hired last year to revamp campus menus by providing students with different food choices at affordable prices. “I had the opportunity to really make a change,” she said. “I […]

by Angela Hoyos· · Arts & Life, Food, Health, Top stories
Winterlicious review: Sambuca’s On Church

Winterlicious review: Sambuca’s On Church

Sambucas On Church delivered a satisfying three-course meal that exceeded my expectations. Dinner was $25, the lowest price for a prix fixe dinner during Winterlicious, so I did not expect the food to be comparable to higher-end restaurants. Sambucas offered generous portion sizes and four-star quality food at a two-star price. It gets better if you go for the lunch […]

by Chelsea Shim· · Arts & Life, Food, Top stories
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