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Campo Restaurant, Toronto

I love eating in cute little places that have a lot of character, Campo restaurant is just that. The food was delicious and the atmosphere inside is comfortable and very welcoming.

The menu is small but not disappointing, plus the portions are generous.

The service is also spot on… not too much in your face (you know what I am talking about) but there when you need them and very friendly too (10/10).

Scroll down to read more about what I tried on the menu and how I fell in love with the dessert (I am usually not a dessert kinda gurl).

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campo resturant in toronto

 

campo restaurant in toronto

I don’t know why but I always order a healthy starter, maybe it’s to compensate for the fact that I turn into a little piggy as the night goes on. This time I tried the salad, it had a lot of vinegar, which I absolutely love. The nuts made it extra delicious but I am wasn’t too sure about the oranges (I developed a love, hate relationship with them). I regret not trying the lobster salad though, I adore sea food, maybe even more than vinegar. That’s a reason to go back, ey?.

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After having my main meal, I was convinced that dessert would not be an option for me, until I saw the menu. I cannot put down in words how happy I was to have tried the salted caramel budino, it was dessert heaven for me. The caramel pudding is whipped with cream and crispy peanuts (if you’re allergic to nuts this may not be the best option). I almost considered ordering a second portion, but as the old saying goes, ‘a second on your lips forever on your hips’. Honestly, I was just full, anyone who knows me also knows that I have a lot of hips.

 

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Graffiti Alley

Today, I went to visit Graffiti Alley. It didn’t take as long as I had imagined to walk through the alley but there were a lot of cool places to take some nice pictures by. It is a unique place and would recommend that you visit if you get some time to.

I have read that there is a lot of history behind most of the art work and there are guides who tell you everything you need to know. This is something I have to look into myself.

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5 free things to do Toronto

Hello spring!

I’ve decided to make a list of 5 free things you can do in Toronto, simply because I know that we all love free things (yay). Plus, I am making a plan of the things I want to do on a budget.

1. Enjoy some street art on Graffiti Alley 

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If you love street art (or just art) then don’t miss out on seeing a kilometre’s worth of wall art. This is something I want to do myself. I will be visiting soon and uploading pictures. Visit again if you want to see the result.

2. Visit High Park Zoo

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Anyone who knows me knows that I love animals. High Park Zoo is definitely on top of my list but I am just waiting for the weather to get slightly warmer.

3. Free concert Series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre

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This sounds like something I would love to check out. If you near Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre on a Tuesday or Thursday in the afternoon then pop by and listen to some free music. This is something you should definitely check out if you have time.

4. Visit Aga Khan Museum on Wednesday 

It usually costs $20 to get in (if you’re not a member) for an adult but every Wednesday from 4pm to 8pm it is free to see all the exhibitions in the museum.

5. Go on a free tour presented by the Tour Guys

things to do in torontoThat’s right you can go on free tours and explore different parts of the city more.

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