New Ital­ian sand­wich shop opens in Seaton vil­lage

Plus a tea shop that has milk tea on tap, and a new café with seven dif­fer­ent lasag­nas

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A new sand­wich shop and cater­ing busi­ness has opened in Seaton vil­lage. Pa­pamio’s of­fers a va­ri­ety of café clas­sics, from Ital­ian sand­wiches and sal­ads to pas­tries and es­presso drinks. They also serve Si Bur­ri­tos, a unique take on this clas­sic Mex­i­can dish. With an evolv­ing menu, re­turn­ing cus­tomers will al­ways have some­thing new to try at Pa­pamio’s. Plus they serve all-day break­fast (934 Man­ning Ave., 647561-7272).

Morel­lina’s café of­fers cof­fee and pas­tries to its cus­tomers, but it’s the lasagna that sets this place apart. There are seven op­tions to choose from, in­clud­ing lasagna pri­mav­era, lasagna cal­abrese and lasagna del bosco, which fea­tures four dif­fer­ent mush­rooms with a hint of truf­fle. La-sign me up! (146 Christie St., 416-659-7044).

With a large se­lec­tion of vege­tar­ian and non­veg­e­tar­ian op­tions, Bom­bay Roti spe­cial­izes in one thing, and it does it well. This roti comes uniquely pre­pared and is ac­com­pa­nied by sauces rang­ing from curry, spinach and vin­daloo to ko­rma and tikka. Other re­gional favourites in­cluded on the menu are samosas and biryani, as well as ras malai for those look­ing to sat­isfy their sweet tooth. De­liv­ery is also an op­tion (529 Bloor St., 647-352-7684).

The home fur­nish­ing bou­tique Bois & Cuir has brought its unique se­lec­tion of home fur­nish­ings, light­ing and ac­ces­sories to Toronto. Lo­cated in Yorkville Vil­lage, its de­signs vary from clas­sic to in­dus­trial and even vin­tage. Founded in 2014 in Que­bec, this is the store’s fifth lo­ca­tion in Canada, and it prom­ises to of­fer all vis­i­tors a unique fur­ni­ture shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence (55 Av­enue Rd., 647-348-2647).

Chef Mi­nah Kim and her sons are tak­ing Korean cui­sine to an­other level at My­ato Gas­tropub. This new restau­rant presents glob­ally in­spired dishes with a Korean twist. It of­fers ta­pas, sushi, cock­tails and desserts. The con­tem­po­rary restau­rant de­sign cre­ates a pleas­ant din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, high­lighted by a flavour­ful ad­ven­ture of Korean-fu­sion cre­ations (549 Bloor St. W., 416-535-8965).

Tika Tea House lit­er­ally has milk tea on tap. The own­ers claim that stor­ing the tea this way does a bet­ter job of main­tain­ing flavour than blend­ing it fresh. The logic sounds solid to us. Fruit teas are made with freshly sliced fruit, whereas the oo­long pearl milk tea should at­tract any bub­ble tea con­nois­seur. The tea house even of­fers a take­out con­tainer, a uniquely de­signed cup holder made out of re­cy­cled ma­te­ri­als (675 Yonge St.).

Mar­cus Burt, owner of Pa­pamio’s

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