mile end sesh.

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mocha brownie & mochachino
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Mixed berries yogurt smoothie
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BBQ Wrap: BBQ tofu with pickles, spinach & vegan mayo served in a grilled tortilla wrap
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Quesadilla: Mixed spicy vegetables and cheese in a grilled tortilla. Served with mango salsa, yogurt & salad.
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My friends and I went to Mile End for a Saturday evening study sesh and we spent the night at Le Cagibi. The cafe serves a variety of vegetarian food (vegan available as well) and their BBQ tofu wrap and quesadilla taste amazing. I also stole a bite of the mocha brownie and now I’m regretting that I didn’t bring one home! I also love the ambiance in Cagibi, it’s very laid back and the two vintage chairs at the corners are lovely. We went to St. Viateur Bagel (24/7 bagel store is one of the best things in the world) for some midnight snack after and we were so lucky to get freshly baked sesame bagels (only 75 cents each). The bagels were so soft and chewy with a hint of honey (they dipped the dough into honey before baking!). I also grabbed a bottle of Huck’s Apple Cider, which was so much better than the everyday Tropicana Apple Juice. It’s been a very tiring day but my tummy is much satisfied.

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Photographs by Jaye and Ashley

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2 Comments on “mile end sesh.”

  1. April 14, 2013 at 4:38 pm #

    Everything looks delicious – those bagels are making me SUPER jealous!!

    • April 14, 2013 at 6:43 pm #

      hey catherine!
      you should go to cajibi when you’re free! it’s super chill there and food was just so delicious. st viateur just got a new flavour in store. it’s rosemary and sea salt. I didnt get to buy any though since they only sold the sesame ones at night. and thanks for stopping by my blog! :)
      ash.

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