Author Archives: Annabelle Goodman

Annabelle was an educator for many years. She was considered a pioneer in teaching in using film to teach analytical thinking and media savvy. She retired as Principal of Brown School. Film has always been a hobby and a great interest. Dining in all types of restaurants is also a passion. In order to keep fit she enjoys daily exercise of pilates, yoga and stretch classes. To keep mentally fit she studies Spanish and loves to travel. Her monthly book club is a great hobby encouraging her to read a wide variety of books. Visiting with children, grandchildren and great children is always her greatest pleasure. Email her at annabelle.goodman@thebulletin.ca.

Restaurant Review: Bistro Five61

Annabelle Goodman – Kabeer Goel is a masterful chef and the owner of this favoured spot. The plating is exquisite. The food is outstanding. Ted and George are the two servers that will look after you. They are delightful and ...

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Review of Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie

Annabelle Goodman – The Distillery District speaks to me of a past history in Toronto with a modern update. Cluny Bistro brings the charm and excitement of an authentic Parisian bistro. The mosaic ceilings, the cases of porcelain pieces, the enormous ...

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