Premier Donuts & Deli is a coffee shop that sells good-quality food and beverages for low prices. One thing I enjoy eating here is their breakfasts and taking a sip of their fresh coffee. I have ordered breakfast meals here and they are huge and are more than enough to satisfy your stomach. As for the service of this shop, it is pretty solid as the food gets to the table at a decent speed. Lastly, but not least, the ambiance of the shop is decent and even though it isn't the most decorated shop ever, it serves its purpose and I feel comfortable dining in the shop. So for those of you who are looking to try a new coffee shop or breakfast diner, I would recommend you to try Premier Donuts & Deli.
I ate at Ho Su a few times and will definitely come back. Although a bit more expensive than the competition [especially while ordering for take-away], their sushi comes fresh and cooked food is tasty. Service is also great, with the staff being quite polite and helpful on making suggestions for absolute beginners.
Possibly one of the best food I've tasted in this area so far. I personally suggest their pizza [although a bit salty] and their pasta. Perfect for couples, or small group of friends. Can be quite crowded during rush hour, so visiting at non-regular hours is definitely a plus.
I go to that food court once in a while during the lunchtime and I ordered from that place as I had never tried it before. The portions are VERY small for what you pay for. Noodle portions are absolutely ridiculous, and quantity seems based on the owner's temper on that day and how much they like you. However, he food tastes delicious!
Not good. The churros and empanadas were nothing like back home in Argentina and Chile. My husband thought the empanadas tasted more like samosas. Very disappointing. The place looked dirty and unsanitary. The staff was unpleasant and unhelpful. We had hoped to find authentic South American specialties but alas we will not be back.
Even though their food is not the best, I went to Delimark (895 Don Mills Road) almost everyday to buy my lunch because of convenience (located right at our building).
Today (Monday), when I paid for my lunch, the owner informed me that my payment the Friday before did not go through. So I went ahead and paid the additional amount I “supposedly” owed them. Once I was back at my desk, I checked my bank transactions online – and it clearly shows the payment went through. I printed the statement which had the date, the amount, and Delimark’s name (as the vendor), and showed it to the owner. She argued that the transaction never showed on her report, and she said if she gives me my money back it would only look like she’s a “cheater”.
I don’t know what happened, but she clearly billed me twice and refuses to do anything about it. I don’t care about the money, but I’m really disappointed because the owner not only embarrassed me in front of other people but also wasted my time. She obviously doesn’t care about keeping her regular customers.
Needless to say, I will never go back there again. Their food is not that good anyway, and I only ever went there for convenience. I’m better off buying somewhere else or bringing home-cooked food from home.
Love the west end part of Toronto of course Franks Pizza. Pizza to love at this restaurant and may to select from at Franks Pizza House. We all went for the classic cheese with fresh tomato sauce. Salads to start off were well dressed and a good portion and the soups were homemade of course. Great people great food.
Great food and excellent BBQ ribs, brisket, chicken. They have a certified pit master and a commercial grade smoker for all your BBQ delights.
If you like bone in Rib eye then you will love theirs. They buy their steak from the same butcher as Jacob & Co.
The owners and staff are super friendly. So much so that when you talk to them about the menu they are willing to try out or change things.
Why anyone goes to Jawyny Bakers when this place is down the street is beyond me. It is kid friendly we go as a family and they will put treehouse on for us in one of the booths while we watch whatever sporting event is on and the prices are reasonable.
I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
I have to agree with kyliem about how open and airy it is. There are a few tables by the window which are great for warm days and even better for people watching on Queen West. Went with a few friends last week and were automatically greeted by the woman working cash who gave us a few sampling cups to try out their new flavours! Tried out the peanut butter and new cotton candy one (oddly very good), before settling on the pomegranate one. yum :)
Will definitely be back again. Hopefully they have more flavours to try out!
Was so excited when this location opened, had been trekking uptown to the Avenue Rd. Yogurty's for a while. LOVE Yogurty's and how often they have new flavours and toppings. Missing the creme brule flavour, hope they bring it back soon! Also love the open and airy atmosphere at the Queen St. location is, so perfect for summer.
From the inability to make last minute reservations, to the managers and wait staff that don’t seem to care if your fish is overcooked or pasta and calamri that are bland, to the “policy of (fake) authenticity” where policy trumps even simple requests for butter (I'm allergic to Olives) and salt (no matter how bland the pasta dish was). Last time we checked they have butter and salt in Italy. No "I'm sorry" or "Let us make it up to you". Thanks for upsetting me so much that I got up from the table and went outside to calm down. Snobby attitudes have no place in today’s gastronomic operations. That’s why Terroni on Adelaide is my number one choice for WORST service in Toronto.
I just celebrated a Birthday at Alice's Place, we felt unwelcome upon arrival, Alice the owner greeted all of us with a moody attitude from the start, no smiles, and hurried service, no napkins, no garbage cans, food not so good, we had to pay for every single song we played, when it was time to cut the birthday cake, she acted unhappy and asked me if we could blow the candles and not cut it cause she was nerves about dirtying the floor. We were 40 guess in total and spent well. Too bad, we liked the place and were looking forward to have a good time but Alice put a negative tone to the party, we all regret having done the celebration at this place. Ken, F
Few days ago I went with my girlfriend to have dinner there, the washroom was very dirty and smelling like hell. The food was overcooked, burned and not fresh. My girlfriend gentle complained about an entry that was decomposed, and the owner treated her very bad, this lady is very rude and sarcastic with the customers. The prices were very high. I'll Never come back to this place.
U got to love this place Franks Pizza House great food with no strings. By far one of the best pizza place in Toronto. Great owner with no up selling just a good time at Franks, best Panzerotti in Toronto hands down. My friends ordered the minestrone soup, just like momma use to made, the calamari were fresh and steaming hot. And the pizzas to die for we had the #19 Anglique and #6 Toronto pizza. Looking foreword to our next visit.
This is the third time I've been here. Like the previous review mentioned, the service is not so good. The servers are nice, but very clueless. This is a super casual wing joint. I guess you shouldn't expect so much. The cups they serve drinks always have this weird toilet water aftertaste. The bottomless drinks are watered down a lot. The wings are amazing. I think that's the only reason I returned this time. However, I'm never going back. Why? Today, I ordered the daily special that clearly states vegetables are included with it. The vegetables (2 celery sticks and 2 carrot sticks, sadly) came after the meal, only when I mentioned it to the server. When it came out, the celery sticks and carrots were drenched in water. Taking a bite out of one, I nearly threw up spitting it out. It was rotten. The celery stick was soggy and gooey texture. The second celery stick looked like someone ate it and put it back on the plate. What kind of quality check is this? When I asked the server, she looked clueless and responded by saying how they're vegetables and vegetables can go bad any time... Note taken. This Wild Wing location DOES NOT care about quality. The manager was nowhere to be found to correct this incident and we did not receive any proper apology. I'm never going back to Wild Wing ever again, and won't recommend this place to anyone I know. How do your servers not know the menus and specials? How can you let customers eat rotten vegetables?
Tommy, Jim and I went to The Fill Station to watch the NHL Playoffs!
What a great place to watch a game. It was packed with hockey fans hooting and hollering. The TVs were great and the sound was on nice and loud. We ordered wings and they were so great we ended up ordering some to take home. The only problem I has is they did not have BUD on tap so had to get it in a bottle. My friends told me to shut up, only because theirs were on tap!
Anyway, great bar and a great place to watch the game
Allow me to first start off by saying that this was my first experience with St Louis Wings - and my last.
When I arrived at the restaurant I tried to order 2 orders of wings. I had an entertainment book coupon for 2 for 1. The bartender/waitress told me "Im sorry but this is only good for dine-in". I replied that nowhere on the coupon did it state that, but she insisted that her manager would only allow it for dine-in, so I obliged.
I then asked her "Am I able to SUBSTITUTE the fries for anything else?" and she said "yup, salad, onion rings, etc." I chose onion rings and greek salad with the assumption that they were SUBSTITUTED for the fries.
When the bill arrived, I noticed the waitress charged me $1.99 ($3.98) for both SUBSTITUTIONS. I asked her why she didn't mention that before and she replied "its on our menu..."
This is one of the WORST experiences I have EVER had at a Toronto eatery. First of all, to not honor a coupon in its entirety is pathetic. Since when do vendors make up their own additional rules with coupons? But beyond that - to actually charge me $3.98 for SUBSTITUTIONS is perhaps one of the most petty cash-grabs I have ever fallen victim to.
The ambiance is decent and the drums and "restaurant culture" here earned it a high mark in that area.
However, the food is unlike most Japanese restaurants you've been to, so keep that in mind (it is kinda fusion style). Kinda overpriced and underwhelming, to be honest. Not for conservative/traditional eaters
Never again! Service was dreadful and staff were rude. Food was mediocre to OK (weve had almost everything and flavour on the menu). As far as value-its not inexpensive. The ambiance for us was directly impacted by the horrible treatment by staff, so would have to say "poor". My last experience (tonight) we had to wait while wait staff chatted amongst themselves (common occurance). Four of us had gone in - not during a busy time and spent over $30.00 for desserts and tea. . I ordered a 1/2 litre container (to go) along with a cupcake (to go) and my friends had coffee, tea, a cake and another dessert to eat there. I took a couple of bites from my takeout container as I waited for them to eat their desserts and coffee/tea...and a waiter came over and told me that I was not allowed to eat the gellato in the container, in the store. At first we did not understand what he was saying (I could not have a bite of the 10.00 worth of food I just bought because it was in a take out container?) - he was very rude and I just told him to go away, as I was not going to let him ruin my evening. We live around the block (as do the friends we were with) and will make every effort to ensure none of our neighbors have to experience such embarrassing and rude service. We are huge supporters of neighborhood bussiness, but will do everything to make sure folks know about this awful experience. So many other wonderful businesses on the Danforth, but lots of other great places to get ice cream... Tim Hortons... Baskin & Robbins ... and there are a couple of fabulous dessert spots on the Danforth. Not to mention the desserts at many of the wonderful restaurants on the Danforth - try there before going to this place and being treated so badly (ps - the gellato/ice cream is no better than the other options!). So dissapointed - with so many hard working businesses going down in the area, I hate to see such an undeserving and service-un-friendly store continue... but with this kind of service, who knows how long that will last? I doubt long... REALLY!
U want true Italian pizza Franks Pizza you gotta try it, plust best Panzerotti in Toronto "get it fried to die for". We also got the Franks salad great home made dressing and the calamari were outstanding. Our pizza of choice was the Toronto #6 classic pizza and pizza Mike #7 sooo good. Franks check them out you will enjoy it.
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|10.||Pizza e Pazzi|
|13.||Rally Sports Bar & Smokehouse|
|15.||Premier Donuts & Deli|
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|18.||Mama Mia Empanadas|
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