Submitted Friday, October 22, 2010 - 11:17pm [Dine in]
This is a deceptive little spot. The location is way outside the core of the city where you wouldn't expect high quality professional baking - but it is top notch!
This is a lovely little neighbourhood bakery that has a few tables as well so you can eat there. It has a really warm feel to it, and a beautiful selection of baked goods.
Like the daily sandwiches and soups,recommended.
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Submitted Friday, October 22, 2010 - 10:55pm [Dine in]
Ok, I have to admit, I feel like I've become a bit too obsessed with this joint lately. I can't get enough of their Shawarma plate. I could leave the salad behind as it doesn't do much for me but the Shawarma is so incredible. I would also highly recommend the falafal.
Another guilty pleasure about this place? They put out the burnt rice that is left when they are finished cooking the rice to eat and I love it so much. May sound gross... save judgment for when you try it!
The staff are also so incredibly friendly that I always have a great experience when I go into this joint.
The prices are good and the food is incredible. I definitely recommend it.
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Submitted Friday, October 22, 2010 - 10:47pm [Dine in]
I've been here about 4 times so far. This place is cleaner than most Indian restaurants. That's a major plus.
Also, their entrees come with rice, salad and a floppy naan. I'm not sure what it is but it's not the typical airy non-greasy naan. I also like the jackfruit appetizer.
I'm a fan of their monday to friday lunch buffets for under $10 (plus HST of course). The buffet has both vegetarian and non-veg dishes, salads and dessert. I filled up on 1.5 plates and didn't have room for dessert. Next time, I'll pace myself more. I think that time will be Monday.
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