British model Agyness Deyn recommends Annex restaurant

British model Agyness Deyn recommends Annex restaurant

Go for the food, stay for the fortune teller (Image: The Vista Dome)

It girl and British model Agyness Deyn threw a party on Monday night to fête her just-launched Web site, Naag. Known for her personal style and cropped platinum locks, Aggy is already an international tastemaker and will use the site to tell readers what’s cool in beauty, fashion, culture and travel. Included is a Toronto restaurant recommendation, and it isn’t Canoe or Terroni or The Black Hoof or any of the usual suspects; instead, it’s that dimly lit Annex soul food destination Southern Accent (also a favourite of MTV decamper Jessi Cruickshank). 

Naag’s take on the Markham Street restaurant: go for the food, stay for the psychic.

The sad thing is, a psychic is like a cupcake shop: it’s so hard to find a good one. It’s not that we’re constantly looking to have our future handed to us (how boring life would be if you already knew what was going to happen!) but, you know, we can’t help ourselves once every full moon. So that’s why we lost our shit when our Canadian friends told us about the psychics at Southern Accent.

Apparently the psychics will also do over-the-phone readings for out-of-towners. Naag recommends Kim. We recommend the catfish.

At Southern Accent in Toronto you can have a psychic reading with your food [Naag]