Tom Yum Soup

Thai Memory

The restaurant is located on King William Street – it’s also in walking distance to Jackson Square in Downtown Hamilton. King William Street is actually a pretty nice area. We were able to find a parking spot right in front of the restaurant – parking is also free on weekends and on weekdays after 6pm. Inside, the walls were filled with authentic Thai décor, fixtures, furniture and art. There was also a shelf showcasing a collection of unique products from Thailand. The dining area was dimly lit with light seeping through the blinds. There was also am interesting collection of tables and chairs. There were authentic tree trunks as tables and chairs and beautifully carved wood chairs. There were plants and ornaments hanging from the ceiling and around the fountain. It’s definitely and interesting setting and environment for lunch and dinner.Read More »

The Beer Battered Haddock 2 pieces | $14.95

Gord’s Place

This sports bar is located right by the municipal buildings in Downtown St. Catharines. There is also plenty of parking on the street right outside the restaurant. Situated in a corner lot, Gord’s Place also has a patio in front of the building. The restaurant is spacious with the bar and dining area on the left and pool tables on the right. We were seated at the high tables in front of the bar with plenty of TVs to distract me from my company.Read More »

Yummy Yam Roll | $12

Bazara

A very intimate and dimly lite restaurant serving fancy Pan-Asian cuisine. The front dining area is really small, it could probably accommodate 25-30 people. There are a few more tables in the back room where the sushi bar is located. We celebrated Sally’s birthday at this interesting restaurant located on Ossington.Read More »