So, we checked out this place for the first time a month or so ago, and the photos are from that particular visit 🙂 It’s a very small place, run by a very friendly Turkish couple. Their menu isn’t large, but it doesn’t have to be either. We ordered the lamb pide, as well as chicken doner (shawarma) but I couldn’t get a good photo of it, so I didn’t want to add it LOL But believe me when I say, it was yummy!! As well as the lamb pide. If you like Turkish cuisine and appreciate friendly service, I would suggest you give Beyti Kebab a visit. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!! 🙂
We saw this shop, while walking around the area last Sunday, and decided to go in – as it was new to us. It was a cute little tea shop and lounge, where you can enjoy a cup of tea or iced tea.
After perusing their teas, we decided to have, one of their daily special iced teas. We chose to try the Iced Green Tea with Tropical Pineapple and Fresh Strawberries. I asked for it to be unsweetened, and glad I did, because the fruit had sweetened it enough naturally. It was really good, and around $3, which is a wee bit expensive for it’s medium size. But, since it tasted so good on a warm sunny day, I let that pass!! If you’re ever in the Port Credit area, and want to check it out, it’s just passed the Starbucks on Lakeshore Road West.
There’s nothing like, having a nice cup of tea and sharing a cannoli, with the one you love!! Lazar Bakery, is a wonderful place, specializing in Portuguese/Italian groceries. They have a vast pastry and cake section, which is THE reason, why we go there only once in a while LOL This time around we got a large cannoli (our usual), as well as a strawberry and coconut tart, which we haven’t had yet. They also have, a great hot table in the back, with a lot of comfort food. If you’re ever in Mississauga, make sure to make a stop, at Lazar Bakery. You won’t be disappointed!!
My hubby and I were taking a walk in Port Credit, this past weekend, and they had their annual Buskerfest. Since we got there at the end of the fest, we decided to check out the food stalls/trucks, that were in Memorial Park. We weren’t that hungry, but when we came across the cute signage for Beaver Cheeks, I was intrigued to say the least. From what I could see of them, on the cooking rack, the lady had them on in the back – they looked like round pillows of lovely dough. The guy manning the till, told us that they were a recipe of her Grandmother’s, that made them light and airy – rather then doughy like most donut holes. At this point I was hooked, and order 5 for $3.50, my hubby and I to share.
After having them warmed up in a small fryer, and rolled in cinnamon sugar, they passed them over to us for our enjoyment!! They didn’t disappoint either. They were nummy, sweet pillows of dough, which are a bad combination – as I could’ve eaten another order…or two LOL I was told that they only do festivals, the Buskerfest being their first, to feel out if people would enjoy their product. So, if you’re ever in Port Credit and there’s a festival going on in Memorial Park, take a detour and see if they’re there. You won’t be disappointed!!