Chill cafe is an amazing experience. The food is out of this world for those seeking “Kabab, Biryani, or Nachos”. It also is a great place to socialize. The capacity is enough for a 100 people. The place is a hookah lounge with an amazing ambiance. They have belly dancing, musicians, shows and more every weekend. The smoothies are served in ice buckets for the 1 liter size. It looks and tastes amazing. The decor is very minimalist with style. Food is served in traditional sizzlers and clay pots. Once you take a look at the place, you would get this sense of celebration. The restaurant has outstanding cleanliness and amazing sweets. You should never miss this place as the owner is one of the partners who built Shishalicious Cafe which reached the top 10 list at blog.to. You have got to go there to CHILL!
These are some of the memorable images taken by our amazing team. Some of which might not be perfect pictures, or follow photography criteria, yet without them the story is incomplete. Perfection in this segment may not be in the photo-taking execution, yet in the people themselves. Each of them is perfect in their own way.
For a while and ever since I came to Toronto City, I always wondered if there is anything else to do at night other than going to bars and clubs. When I was in Malaysia, there was always something to do at night. There were shisha lounges, juice bars, sports places, cyber cafes and so forth. A person would never be left out with nothing to do once bored of clubs. In the past 3 years a small wave of Shisha places attacked Toronto city and enhanced the nightlife. Now for a person who is either bored of clubs and bars, or does not enjoy them, the Shisha option is always available. In here I photographed my friend’s Shisha lounge “Shishalicious Cafe” downtown Toronto, in 235 Jarvis st. The place is great, the service is amazing, the food is great and above all that, they have a beautiful patio that will bring a smile to anyone’s face. I highly recommend the place, not because it’s my friend’s, but because it really is the only one worth going to in downtown Toronto.