RestoSpy is an enigma: a puzzle wrapped around a riddle tucked inside a quandary. Well, that’s what he’d have you believe, but in actuality, he’s a mild-mannered family man who, well, is not a mild-mannered family man. I’d dearly love to expose him, but there are some things best not done to spies if you value your health.
In reality, he lives in Montreal, has a top-tier career and lives in a prime location, from which he surveys our city, meets fabulously wealthy industry insiders, dines with them, and then writes his delicious reviews. As you can tell from reading some of them, a dinner with RestoSpy would not be one to be missed.
Other things I can say about RestoSpy that won't get me poloniumed are that he lived in Japan for a couple of years with his wife and that English is not his first (or even second) language. Just knowing that makes it all the more astonishing when you see what a good writer he is.
If you track him down, tell him to deposit the microfilm in the container at Peel and Wellington.