Horrible service, stay away. The food is OK, however the serving lady broke records in being rude and unhelpful. She seemed really bothered by the customers, barely acknowledging us. Why would anyone revisit this place is beyond my comprehension, especially since there are a lot of decent Korean restaurants nearby.
Never seen anything like this in Toronto.
I came in to order 2 subs and there was only 1 staff member working but 7 people ordering; took forever due to understaffing.
The staff member (female) wore the same gloves to prepare ALL 7 people's sandwiches, all the while touching below waist level cabinets, handles and oven doors and cash register with out changing them ONCE!
She proceeded to take our order and changed her gloves before starting my sandwiches because I asked her to do so! Then she turned and bent down to the floor behind counter to open and close a door and then stood up and grabbed a dirty cloth that she wiped the counter with and she proceeded to touch buttons and oven doors and toast the sub buns. She then asked what toppings do you want? I asked her to please change her gloves again and she refused asking why. I explained why and she mocked me with attitude asking howany times should she change the gloves during the process...10? I answered simply if you touch anything below your waste level it's dirty and unhygienic, according to health standards. Furthermore, I explained if you are touching other objexts/surfaces that are contaminated you should change gloves before you prepare food. I don't want to get sick. She refused to change her gloves or remake the sandwiches and asked me to leave.
I told her I would be reporting this and she laughed and said "stupid white girl, the owner is my family but go ahead and see if he cares."
She handed me a piece of paper with the name Patel on it and laughed at me as I walked out of the restaurant.
I've ordered from Takimi many times. Last Saturday night I ordered for delivery. I had ordered a few appetizers and a sushi tray. The appetizers were fine. All of the fish on the sushi tray (including the ground spicey items) were not fresh. We called the restaurant to complain, and were told that the chef had left for the night, and would call us the following day. I had offered to text them a picture of the tray, which they had said they wanted. Sunday came and went. Monday I got a text saying that they would give me a $10 discount on my next order. Considering the sushi tray cost $34, and I had to scramble for something else to feed my guest at 10 pm, I think that Takimi is a joke. I will never order from there again.
The restaurant has a lovely decoration, the lightnings are adorable! I liked the ceiling too, the paintings on it are gorgeous. As appetizers we ordered lentil soup and soup of the day selection which was leek and potato soup. Both were good but the lentil was very delicious! In addition, the bread came with the soups were crunchy and really tasty. For the mains we tried Adana kebab, grilled Kofte (which are beef meatballs), Lahmacun, Beyti kebab and mixed Pide. They were great but especially Beyti was amazing. I haven't seen such a dish like that in Toronto!!! We were so full but our friendly server told us Kunefe is very popular here. So we decided to order Kunefe. He was right, kunefe was incredible!! They brought traditional Turkish tea with dessert too.
Overally, even though it is a bit far to us (we came from Etobicoke), it totally worth the time!! I will definitely come this place again, so much to try!!!
Tasty food and amazing cocktails and staffs were very inviting that made us had a great time here. A cozy and elegant ambiance for enjoying a great drink. Cocktail choices beyond expectation. Good service with a warm and professional staff. Really good value for money! Would definitely come back !
Great place for a night out or just a cocktail to relax after a hard day touristing. Not the cheapest drinkers but certainly keeps out the riffraff one of our favourites. Service top notch. We visited 3 times and really enjoyed the service, wine selection, cocktails and atmosphere. I highly recommend!
My wife and I stopped at this wrap place with the expectation of great and healthy lunch. As we went into the facility, the smell of the delicious food could not mask the ugly and disgusting attitude of the service representatives of this establishment. Once I entered, I give a warm hello to the two customer service representatives. The response was cold and insincere. I felt like two evil birds picking at my wallet and not treating me as a human being. Before I continue with my experience, I believe it is relevant to disclose that we are proud Caribbean Canadians. Getting back to my dehumanizing experience, as I went to grab a banana for purchase, the cashier - whom I think is the owner - said to me, "Do not touch that, just point to it and I will pick it up for you" in a VERY rude and demeaning tone! My partner and I stood in disbelief. Did he actually say that over a banana??? It was a cruel and hurtful experience. We immediately left!
I taught that this service was disgraceful and people should learn from the experience we encountered and second guess before eating at this establishment. It was disgusting and can be interpreted as discriminatory behavior. We are not saying boycott this restaurant, just be aware of the attitude and how many business take for granted the people that are willing to support their business. Do not support or endorse judgmental behaviour in your customer service.
I bought a chocolate bar and brought it home. When I opened the package and started eating it it tasted really bad and foul. So I looked on the packaging and observed it's expiry date was in 2014. So I put the chocolate bar in my fridge so that I could take it back to Weston Village Cafe and see what they would do about it. I went back to the cafe and talked to the crooked owner. I told him his chocolate bars were expired so he took them off his shelf and put them behind his counter. He told me to bring it back and that he would exchange it for another item. Well when I finally went back and brought the expired chocolate bar in he denied everything. The crook said "how do I know you didn't buy it from someplace else"? At other times they have this skinny young chick working there that uses a nasty unclean towel to wipe the table the food is prepared on.
Do not eat at Mr sub Especially the one at Victoria and Danforth Ave
Here is why;
December 6, 2015 @ 11:50pm we entered the subway at Victoria Park and Danforth
My husband and I took our three sons; Bruce 7, Frank 5 and Giorgio 3 for lunch
The guy complained our boys were handling the trays They weren't toys and not a toy
We were trying to deal with it and he told us to disipline our kids Called us bad parents
Didn't seem to like kids our want us there
Also claimed health concerns, which is funny cause I killed an odd looking bug on the table
We spend a lot on food Very disappointed and the guy was loud and a rude jerk
So took our business to Subway across the street
The food is overcooked, no flavour, tastes bad and way overpriced. Stay away and spend your money elsewhere. The only reason they have survived is because they have a base of university students who are eager to taste something new. There are better Chinese food options off campus so go there.
The food wasn't the greatest. They mentioned it was Hakka, I didn't find it hakka style cooking. Rather it was sweet & tasteless I have been to other restaurants serving hakka food & they were way better then this restaurant for sure. Don't even trust the operation hours mentioned on their website. I was just surfing online for other reviews after my experience & found, they are also misleading when it comes to operation hours & how they are closed during normal hours. So if you are planning an evening out. My suggestion is to find better restaurant with good food & service. This is not the restaurant to go to.
Visited on a Sunday night, chilled atmosphere. Welcoming host, and most importantly delicious cocktails!
My wife ordered her favourite a vesper which was the best tasting she ha had for a long time.
Would love to return on Friday or Saturday night. The barmain was talented and knew her job well, as well as being incredibly friendly.
Love there pizza and so do my kids . spend about $400 a Month there because my autistic step son is very picky and will only eat their pizza. Today I wanted to order a large pizza so I looked on the flyer and hours of operation were 12 pm on Sundays and holidays. They did not open until 130 and when I asked why they didn't open on time the owner was rude and said oh well. I had ended up buying subway for myself which took away the money for a large pizza because I thought that they were not going to open at all so as I'm walking out of subway he pulls up. So I went home and called in to order two cheese slices for the kids. When I sent my step daughter went there he was rude to her which none of this had anything to do with her. Might I add she's 11. How do u talk to ur customers like this. Especially when they are such loyal customers. Do not advertise a time that u are open if it cannot be done. Regardless if ur sick or not that's why ur the owner and have the ability to hire someone. And do not be ignorant to your customers. Your time is not better than anyone else's. If you kids came home and said the pizza store man was rude to him or her what would u do
Drinks were unique and tasty.We had the hoof manhattan and lavender hound and they were both extremely good. For starters i recommend lavender hound. A bit pricy bit verry unique.The ambiance is intimate and friendly and the hostess was more than accommodating. Worth the money for sure! I would go back anytime!
I am pleased that I chose D.W. Alexander as my new place to hang out with my friend. I got so bored with my old place and I really needed a change and fast. I really love D.W and my friends love it as well. What I like most about this place are the cocktails. Here I drank some really nice cocktails.
I must admit, D.W. Alexander is one great place. I spent some great evenings there. I love so much their cocktails, they taste wonderful. Along with the cocktails, if you are with your good friends, you will have a really great night at D.W. Me and my friends made a plan: that every weekend we should go at D.W.
I really enjoyed my time at D.W. Here I found great people, amazing vibe and really nice drinks. It is really a must have. It is the best place to hang out with your friends. Whenever I can I go at D.W. for a couple of drinks. I truly recommend this place to all my friends.
went with a friend to the newly renovated Bakery Garden.
The manager went out of her way to show us their new look..even gave me a free smoothie and other items to try off the new menu.
so friendly..amazing food..sandwich was great...great service!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Will definitely visit again to try different items off the menu.. great atmosphere after the renovation
What a great place. I must say, I am glad that I listened to a friend of mine and I came with him at D.W. What I like most about this place is their cocktails. They are amazing. I never drank anything like it before. I truly recommend this place to all my friends who love cocktails.
We actually took the time to go online and read any and all reviews that were out there before ordering from Bing's Wok. We were long time patrons of Red Rose but they closed unexpectedly so were looking for another place. There were such positive reviews on different sites so I feel obligated to post this review for anyone who, like ourselves, wanted to try it based on the reviews. We ordered 2 egg rolls (cold and greasy), wonton soup (wontons were very nice, no slices of pork, not even lukewarm), chicken fried rice (greasy), sweet and sour chicken balls (dark brown - overcooked and the s&s sauce was this thin unappealing and horrible sauce), hunan beef (the sauce was a reasonably nice taste, but it was again, this greasy mess and I was mortified to find the vegetables overcooked and slimy), Cantonese style chow mein (at least had some crisp broccoli, had pieces of pork in it that one half of was entirely fat, the noodles were cooked to the point of being crispy and stuck together, hubby's favourite dish so he was really upset about that), sao mai and har gow (meant to be steamed, but somehow again seemed greasy, I don't know how that was managed - sao mai was incredibly fatty) and here is the worst of it, we ordered breaded shrimp. What we got was shocking. It was the little shrimp you would find in a $4.99 shrimp ring on sale, dipped in some kind of batter and deep fried. It was horrendous. Dripping in grease, inedible. Had the nerve to charge $9.99 for it. In total we spent $61.10 for this mess including a 10% reduction for picking it up ourselves (they told us to come in 30 minutes, we came in 20 to make sure it would be warm). So, we paid through the nose for an overcooked, greasy, slimy mess - the majority of which is now in my food waste bin. If anyone knows of a good Chinese food place in East York, please let me know. This is not it!
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