One of a Kind Pasta & Grill – Toronto

After I had met up with some wonderful people at Dames Making Games, a meetup of female game developers in the making, I walked down Queen St in search of food.

I walked into this place. It looked cheap but fancy Italian food. This is an Asian business, as it looks like the Asian waiters and the Asian clientele seem to know each other.

I loved the garlic bread, it was nice and buttery, so I actually ate the whole basket. The pasta was pesto, shrimp and chicken. It was a large portion but it didn’t fill me up too much because it was not to heavy on the sauce.

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One of a Kind is pretty nice inside, so it’s good to go with family or a date. In my case, it was casual enough to go alone, too.

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Nathalie

About Nathalie

Nathalie is a producer, photographer, videographer and writer based in Vancouver. Between travelling to Toronto and LA for film festivals, she enjoys cooking and dining around Vancouver's vibrant restaurant scene. She enjoys delicious, affordable eats in and around the city.