The search for a red maple leaf was our mission on our last day in Canada. I remember walking down the streets of Markham, picking red maple leaves to bring home to friends who requested for a red maple leaf as souvenir. It was the story that quickly played back in my memory as we entered the Maple Restaurant in Shangri-la Mall.
A quick scan via Google – the story of Maple started from San Antonio Plaza, the Fort where the flagship store was built. There is a fine, fairy-tale like story behind the Maple Restaurant which reflects in the interior. The place is warm and cozy. It somehow reminded me of autumn especially when looking at the warm, golden silhouette of maple tree which serves as the focal point.
I would have wanted to sit on this corner but we decided to stay on the other side where light is warmer and couch is more comfortable.
The walls of the restaurant have script texts design which is really nice I wonder what font they used for that (?). I took the opportunity that there weren’t much guests in the restaurants and snapped a few pictures. I don’t want the waiter to think I am doing competitor’s check of the restaurant – and I don’t even want to announce that I am writing a blog feature or review (I was #bloggeroffduty – and I think that’s unclassy). Haha