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Where Nadège Nourian, chef at Nadège Pâtisserie, likes to eat and drink

Where Nadège Nourian, chef at Nadège Pâtisserie, likes to eat and drink
My go-to indie spots I particularly like the culture of independent cafés in this city. Sam James Coffee Bar on Harbord has great-quality espresso. My bistro Elle M’a Dit on Baldwin Street serves modern Alsatian food. I love the tarte flambé, a thin, delicate flatbread with crème fraîche and bacon. My crustacean fixation I go to Oyster Boy on Queen West whenever I get a craving. They prepare the best oysters in the entire city.
My night-out spot There’s a very interesting Italian tapas concept happening at Terroni’s newest outpost, Bar Centrale. Contemporary and satisfying. My other favourite Italian Noce on Queen West is warm and cozy. The owners, Elena Morelli and Guido Alberto Saldini, offer the most delicious gnocchi.

(Image: Sean J. Sprague)

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