Jessica Huras

Jessica Huras

Contributing Writer

A former serial expat turned Torontonian, Jessica Huras lived in (and ate her way through) seven countries across Europe and Asia before settling in the 6ix. Her great loves are spicy soups, farmhouse ales and sharp cheeses, and her favourite conversation topic is what she’s planning to eat for her next meal.

Jessica Huras's articles

What's in Store: The Spice Trader

We head to the Spice Trader to find out what sets their tins apart from grocery store jars.

Restaurant review: Superfly

Superfly brings Parkdale a new snackbar concept with retro vibes and easy-drinking cocktails.


How the local food movement is changing Cayman cooking

We explore how restaurateurs and resorts on the Cayman Islands are shifting their menus to use locally sourced ingredients.

Restaurant review: Bootleg Smokehouse

Inventive smoked dishes meet a stylish Prohibition-era theme at Bootleg Smokehouse.

Restaurant review: Grand Cru Deli

The former Thoroughbred space in the Entertainment district is now home to a low-key wine bar with shareable deli eats.

Flavour of the Week: Adelina

Harbord Village gets a taste of a lesser-known cuisine with the opening of Adelina, a modern Russian restaurant.


Restaurant review: Arthur's Restaurant

Charming nostalgia meets modern elegance at the Chase Hospitality Group’s midtown restaurant.

Restaurant review: Viaggio

Viaggio brings modern Italian fare and cozy vibes to Dundas West.

Restaurant review: Labora

Labora takes over the entire Campo Food Hall space, bringing Toronto more of its top-notch tapas.

Restaurant review: Regulars

The latest restaurant from the team behind Figures looks to appeal to diners of all stripes with eclectic decor and dishes.

Restaurant review: M'Eat Resto Butcher – NOW CLOSED

Part farm-to-table restaurant and part-butcher shop, M’Eat Resto Butcher presents high-quality, ethically-raised meats for diners to eat-in or take home.

Restaurant review: Wynona

Wynona gives Leslieville a dreamy date night-spot with a top-notch wine selection and prettily-plated Italian cuisine.

Restaurant review: Parcheggio

O&B’s new restaurant, Parcheggio, gives Bayview Village a classy yet comfortable dining option with a menu of homestyle Italian fare.

Restaurant review: Mezu

Mezu brings playful Korean small plates and relaxed vibes to Dundas West.

Restaurant review: Hendriks

Hendriks brings upscale, American eats to Baton Rouge’s former location in the Eaton Centre.

Restaurant review: Constantine

With the help of a wood-burning oven, Constantine brings stylish Mediterranean fare to Yorkville’s Anndore House hotel.

Restaurant review: The Fifth’s Coastal Menu

An Entertainment District dining institution takes inspiration from French and Italian coastal dining for its latest menu.

Restaurant review: The Walrus Pub

The Financial District’s latest opening, the Walrus Pub & Beerhall, pairs cool vibes with pub menu classics and a dedicated martini bar.

Restaurant review: Kay Pacha

This new Peruvian restaurant on St. Clair West is a well-executed demonstration of the cuisine's Spanish, Italian and Japanese influences.

Restaurant review: The Civic at the Broadview Hotel

The Broadview Hotel's flagship restaurant presents classic dishes in a stylish setting inspired by the building's heritage.