Great food, best Shawarma, Kabab and Falafel in Toronto, i liked the list of certificates shown on the wall, fast service, warm environment, the Shawarma is so fresh and great value, one sandwich is enough for me as it is full of meat, their appetizers are so delicious (Tabuleh, Hummos, Baba Ghanouge, Fatouche) their new website has launched the web recently www.Armenian-Kitchen.com
So, I've been going to this place for at least 5 yrs now. The owners are just simply nice and makes me feel.. well, appreciated. The meat is prepared to perfection and the grill.... there's no words! The prices are simply unbelievable. The value for the quantity and the quality... there's no comparison. Their steak is ribeye and their toppings include fried onions?! Where do you get that nowadays?? For free?!!? I truly love this place and hope they are able to keep the prices and quality as it is!
I came here for lunch on a dark and stormy afternoon after the lunch rush. The place was about half full and I decided to sit on the patio even though it was a bit cloudy and ugly out. After being seated, I was greeted by a surly waitress who never smiled and curtly asked what I would like. I ordered a drink and a small pizza with bacon, mushrooms, green pepper and Italian sausage. The drink, a Vitamin water, came to my table 15 minutes later. I waited another 30 minutes, so 45 minutes total for my pizza to arrive. It honestly seemed like forever because I was hungry and dining by myself. They also had loud radio station music blaring on the patio which was annoying, especially when the long commercials segments came on. Finally I got my pizza and it somewhat made up for the cold service and poor ambiance. It was one of the better thin crust pizzas I have had. I think I tipped about a dollar which is probably the least I have tipped in a very long time. I won't be back.
I really enjoyed the pizza here. I ordered the prix fixe dinner which includes an appetizer, salad and a pizza. This is a great value when you consider all the food you are getting for $25. It went very well with a couple of Peronis and an espresso at the end. I was a little surprised at how burnt the pizza was but what do I know about real Neapolitan pizza, obviously not much. I would return if in the area or in Toronto.
Every time I'm in Toronto, I try to go to Easy Restaurant at least once or twice. It might be one of the coolest restaurants in the city. Its decked out in a 70s retro style with popular movie posters including Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, Duel, Eat My Dust!, Gone in 60 Seconds when guys like Peter Fonda were big movie stars. It even has the rear end of a yellow 70s mustang as part of the bar area. It really doesn't get much cooler than this place and its not just a gimmick because they serve fantastic breakfast fare with a smile. I have had a bunch of items on the menu and everything was good. They always include a bit of salad, some fruit and hashbrowns so you get a good balanced variety of food on your plate. They also have really tasty smoothies. So next time you want to have a good breakfast and some entertaining ambiance with friendly service, check out Easy.
Located in a quiet residential neighborhood (in the High Park area of Toronto), BUDDAH PIE prepares authentic, simple Neapolitan thin-crust pizzas - made from scratch using the finest ingredients. Fresh dough (Gluten-free available) is leavened naturally (never bleached or bromated) with practiced hands, and just the perfect amount of water. They don’t skimp on anything.
Their Buddha’s signature “Zen” Margherita, uses Valoroso® "Robusto" Style Pear Tomatoes (the closest we could find to the San Marzano), farm-fresh Basil, authentic imported Mozzarella di Bufala, and premium pure extra-virgin olive oil. Hot from the oven with that charred, blistered crust you love. :)
As a chain of restaurants, I prefer this one if I want to order a la carte sushi. The other locations offer 'all-you-can-eat', but this one doesn't. I love their Spider Maki (soft-shelled crab rolls.) It's always fresh and crispy. I've never been disappointed there. They're flexible with their set menu dishes, allowing you to substitute without a cost. Service is friendly, nothing exceptional but never had a bad experience. For a la carte sushi, I find this location decently priced. They renovated a while back, the place is brighter and more vibrant. Every time I've been there, there has always been families in there, making it a nice, friendly environment. Would recommend this place to anyone who's looking for a relatively quiet dinner with friendly service.
As a sushi fanatic, I'm impressed with this location. Friendly, courteous service. Great selection of all-you-can-eat choices. Nicely decorated interior. The fish is fresh (most of the time, had one mediocre experience out of the many times I've been there.) The only downfall is finding parking since it's on Queen Street. Street parking is available if you're able to dodge the horrible downtown drivers, streetcars, and cyclists. Paid parking is available down the street, short walk away. Would recommend this restaurant to anyone who's looking for a good 'all-you-can-eat' sushi place at a decent price.
I went here for lunch at around 3pm. It was an hour or so before closing so it was pretty quiet. The cafe has a cheerful, eclectic feel with mismatched but colourful tables and chairs. There is also a small patio outside.
I ordered the jerk chicken sandwich which I enjoyed. It came with a salad and what tasted like a homemade vinaigrette and some fruit. Overall, the lunch was fresh and tasty. I found the price to be very reasonable for the quality of ingredients, especially since everything is fresh and homemade. I would definitely return.
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