Lunch time with Curtis of Foodobyte! Exams are over and it was time for a small foodie meet. We decided to go to Finch’s before I left to Toronto for a catch up lunch over some unique baguettes. The walk to Finch’s was a bit sketchy but when we got there, it was slammed with people in every corner of the cafe. I’m not too sure how to describe Finch’s but the interior was vintage and very hipster like. Curtis and I luckily found a small corner of a long table so we could comfortably sit down and eat.
Both of us ordered the legendary Baked Brie, Roasted Walnuts and Prosciutto Pear Baguette (CAD8.75). The pear was refreshingly crunchy and putting it together with the salty prosciutto was a delectable fusion. The brie was strong and creamy and the only negative thing I could say was perhaps toasting the baguette would be even more heavenly especially with melted and hot brie; the baguette was cold.