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Reezotoronto beachesSince April 5, 20123 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (4)
  • Food4 (4)
  • Service4.5 (4.3)
  • Value3.5 (3.7)
  • Ambiance3 (3)

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City Fried Chicken & Pizza990 Danforth Ave, Toronto
Good Food
Submitted Friday, September 28, 2012 - 9:11pm [Take-out]

This restaurant has A LOT of variety:
-Burgers
-Pizza
-Philly Cheesesteak
-Chicken burgers
-Fried Chicken
-Ice Cream
-French Fries
and more...

These people are really cool too. You can call them ahead of time and ask them to put the burger on the grill before you get there, so when you arrive its ready!

Its more of a drop in place then a 'go out to eat' type place.

Good food, good price, nice people. No complaints.

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Kinnaree Thai80 Ellesmere Rd, Scarborough
Absolutely Authentic
Submitted Friday, September 28, 2012 - 9:00pm [Take-out]

I have travelled to various parts of Thailand and I can verify this is authentic Thai food.
I have eaten at various "Thai" restaurants in the GTA, and I can say that this menu is 100% authentic. Not only that, but the chefs are Thai too.

I have been to many Thai restaurants, and the workers are Chinese. Other restaurants invent dishes that are a mix of Chinese, American and Thai and claim to be a "Thai" restaurant.

This place is not like that at all. From my travels, I can see just in the environment alone there are various elements of the Thai culture that only a Thai person would be familiar with, so they're not fakers like the others.

The menu is completely Thai from the appetizers, to the mains to the dessert. I ordered 6 different dishes and they were all great and included all the trademark Thai ingredients.

Kinnaree has a very large variety of dishes in noodles, rice, chicken, beef, seafood, tofu and veg.
I have never seen a Thai restaurant so authentic and with such a vast array of choices.

The service is great. The host is very warm and kind, and the restaurant is big, neat, clean and nicely decorated.

The restaurant is also 'halaal', so the meat is clean and slaughtered in a very humane way.

Go for it!

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Bahar Kebob House1331 Warden Avenue, Unit 1, Toronto
Halaal.
Submitted Thursday, April 5, 2012 - 6:37am [Dine in]

This is a restaurant that is halaal.

Its your typical Persian restaurant with your typica combos. See menu picture I posted.
Its small, nothing fancy.

They have a few appetizers offered that you don`t often see at Persian restaurants so that`s good - because you`re being offered something different.

I just had kebobs. It was a bit expensive - like $6 for 1 beef/lamb kebob, but the chicken kebob was $2.00
I would recommended for a quick drop in

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