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Oct 5, 2007 10:38 AM

Kubo Radio now delivers

I just received a takeout menu for Kubo Radio and Lil Baci in my mail this morning. I'm not certain, but I think this is new for them?? I've never been to either restaurant but just might decide to order take out one of these lazy evenings. How is the pizza at Baci's?? We prefer a thin crust. And what about Kubo - anything in particular recommended??

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  1. I didn't know you could deliver 'tude.

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    1. re: Googs

      Perhaps the delivery person comments on your decor and taste in clothes ;-)

      1. re: embee

        And forgets half your order, flirts with your neighbour and doesn't give you the appropriate cutlery.

        1. re: Mike from Hamilton

          Of course they didn't forget 1/2 your order: your neighbour has it. Along with the cutlery.

      2. re: Googs

        LMAO :) funny posts here....I posted a quick review of Kubo in another thread...since the patio atmosphere beats the food, there is not much likelihood I'll get delivery

      3. Kubo serves poor food badly with a healthy attitudinal accompaniment. They have advertised delivery for ages, though it isn't necessarily available.

        L'il Baci is new and under the same management.

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        1. re: embee

          Yes Lil' Baci is under the same management but I actually had a pleasant experience there. The pasta was cooked to a perfect al dente and the thin crust pizzas were really good. Maybe they're trying not to screw up their rep for this place like they did with Kubo? I wouldn't write this place off just yet.

          1. re: thegory

            I can't comment on L'il Baci, never having attempted to eat there.

            Kubo is about cool, however they choose to define it (it escapes us), and not about good food. Heaven only knows why they moved to Leslieville. I suppose the rent was cheaper than they paid when they were downtown.

        2. I've been to Kubo Radio a couple of times and both times I was left unimpressed by the food. The only thing I remember being tasty was a dessert a friend had which was a take on a Vachon Flaky.

            1. re: Splendid Wine Snob

              Alrighty then....sounds pretty gruesome. I wonder how these places manage to stay in business. I think I'll stick with my standards. Thanks folks.

              1. re: millygirl

                How do they stay in business? They sell a lot of booze.

                1. re: cowhound

                  They charge 4.25 for the orange juice. The attitude is for free though, so it's good to fill up on that first.

            2. Some Places links for these restaurants.

              Kubo Radio
              894 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M1J3, CA

              Lil' Baci
              892 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M1J3, CA