5 ways to warm your insides this winter

28 July 2017

We might have passed the halfway mark of winter but that doesn’t mean that the chills have subsided in any way. Sometimes layers just won’t do the trick and you need to find a way to warm yourself up from the inside out with hot drinks and delicious food. Whether you want to wrap your hands around a mug or get your heat from a bit of spice, there’s something on this list that is sure to satisfy your tastebuds.

  1. Wawa Chocolatier Head in to Wawa for a hot chocolate so divine you’ll probably go back for a second cup. Trust the chocolate masters to make a decadent hot chocolate you’ll want to sip on every day!

  2. Banoi Nothing beats chicken soup in the winter, but it’s time to give yourself a flavour update with Banoi’s fragrant Pho. Kick the heat up with some chilli or try one of their other delicious Wonton Noodle or Bun bo Hue Vietnamese soups.

  3. Coffee Gauge Head into Coffee Gauge for tasty brews and a diverse food menu that is sure to have whatever you’re craving to warm you up this winter. Their talented baristas will make you the perfect cup of coffee to perk you up for the rest of the day.

  4. Pok Pok Get some spice in your life with some delicious Thai street food courtesy of the popular lunch spot Pok Pok. Their curries and rice dishes are sure to light a fire in your belly!

  5. Tataki Noodles & Dumplings Whether you prefer them steamed or fried, there’s no denying that dumplings are incredibly satisfying in the cold weather. So get your chopsticks ready and head into Tataki for a lunch that will always hit the spot.
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