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Orfus Road: Pho Place and Korean BBQ

saucethatcounts Feb 26, 2007 09:09 AM

They are both across from Grande Cheese ( Orfus/Dufferin) ...Has anyone been to either of these places? You just never know where good food might be...Thanks!

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    hanc Feb 26, 2007 03:26 PM

    Not sure what Pho place you are referring to across from Grande cheese. I believe you might be referring to the fast food chinese restaurant (the name escapes me). All I have to say it don't even think about it. It has got to be the worst food I've ever tasted. Cheap but disgusting. I'd rather go to Manchu Wok for fast food any day. The other place you were inquiring about is the Korean restaurant. I enjoy it. They have a wide selection of Korean and Japanese food. The prices are reasonable. You can cook your meat (Kalbi/Bulgogi) at your table. Friendly staff and set lunch menus are decent.

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      superizzy Feb 27, 2007 05:12 AM

      I concur. The korean place is excellent and very well priced at lunch.

      Unfortunately the name escapes me

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        ghetto_scarlem Feb 27, 2007 06:21 AM

        It's called Seoul House - but not really too sure why each time I try to search for the address, it turns up on Dufferin. But it's definitely off Orfus Road - in the plaza. (Perhaps the Plaza's address is Dufferin - but the closest entrance to the Korean restaurant is Orfus - just East of Rinx & Whirleyball).

        Seoul House
        3220 Dufferin Street
        North York, ON M6A 2T3

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          galambo Feb 28, 2007 03:29 AM

          its on the corner of dufferin and orfus road.

          the food is good (had better on little korea on yonge/finche area) but it was good

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            TOChow Aug 10, 2007 07:53 AM

            I know the Vietnamese place you mean. It's on Dufferin on the east side, right? I havent been there yet either.

            1. chocabot Aug 10, 2007 08:57 AM

              Seoul House has teh best cook your own BBQ. Nice marinade, not too sweet and you cook over charcoals. The Japchae has the most "filling" ingredients of any i've had and the seafood pancake is quite good. The seafood isn't tough and the egg is light in texture. The soups are very good too. I prefer the beef soup (forget the name) over the soondofu. Seoul House also has the best panchans.

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