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piggycatGTASince August 19, 20143 Reviews
Average Rating
2.5 (2.5)
  • Food2.5 (2.3)
  • Service2.5 (2.7)
  • Value3 (3)
  • Ambiance2 (2)


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Thai Bistro5306 Yonge Street, Toronto
Great little hole in the wall!
Submitted Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 12:50pm [Dine in]

I frequently like to go to this place for lunch and sometimes dinner - the prices are good and the food is quick.

The people are friendly and fast - it's always the same three people a guy who serves and takes the orders and two women in the back cooking the meals. Don't expect to make too many modifications to your meal though, they are specific recipes to be made a certain way - but that's OK, they are delicious they way they are made and shouldn't be changed - they are classic recipes.

If you have any questions about what something is on the menu, the server is helpul at clarifying. The server is also exceptionally attentive.

The decor isn't fancy, but the price and taste more than make up for it.

I would recommend anything I've tried:
Cold rolls
Pad Woon Sen
Basil Pad Woon Sen
pad thai
shrimp tom yum soup
Mango salad

I still plan on going back and trying their red and green curries!


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Crazy Wings5600 Yonge Street, Toronto
Check your take out Sushi to make sure you get the correct number of pieces you order!
Submitted Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 11:41am [Take-out]

I have gone to this place several times, and have found recently the quality of take out sushi has gone down - it used to be great!. I often order small trays for lunch, or bring a medium sized tray home for dinner, the last few times I have been missing a number of pieces of sushi - I have to double check everytime because they seal the container in a bag. The last larger tray I received had mostly salmon and only a few other pieces of assorted fish - before I even opened the bag to look inside to count my pieces, the sushi chef told me he made a mistake and forgot to give me some, so this short changing of sushi seems common and purposeful.

Buyer beware!

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Fit For Life5700 Yonge Street, Toronto
Not the greatest
Submitted Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - 11:19am [Take-out]

I ordered a chicken souvlaki pita for roughly $5, I'm not sure I actually got chicken - it could have been pork based on the colour and taste. The tziki had very little flavour and seemed watery. I received one very thinly sliced piece of tomato and a small amount of iceberg lettuce. I had to ask for a second tomato and extra lettuce so my wrap actually felt like it had substance and I also did not receive any feta. The wrap/pita was slopped together by folding it in half so most of the items fell out when it was being eaten.

I have had other items here, such as a chicken salad, but you have to be very precise in ordering what you want in it, otherwise they leave quite a few mainstay salad items out.

The place is not very pricey relative to other restaurants in the building so it will still draw people who work in the office towers.

The place has fast service, but very rushed. They are used to doing things a very particular way and seem to get confused easily if you ask for something slightly different.

This place could be much improved with just a few simple changes.

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