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Oct 16, 2007 08:49 AM

Best sweet potato fries in Toronto


I'm looking for the best, best best ever sweet potato fries in Downtown Toronto, and I can't seem to find any places that offer that at all.

Please, please help.

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  1. Monsoon used to offer really great sweet potato fries with a chili aioli (I think). Not sure if it's still on the menu. Or if it's still as great.

    100 Simcoe Street, Toronto, ON M5H 3G2, CA

    1. Dr. Generousity on Bloor West has them, and they come with maple sour cream, very good. Freshwood Grill on Roncesvaille also has them. I think the first place is better though.

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      1. re: TdotFoodKing

        I haven't ever had them downtown, but I have to agree that Dr. Generosity's (in Bloor West Village) are really good--and the maple sour cream is a perfect accompaniment.

      2. Mill St. Brew Pub has them. Thin, lightly salted and very tasty.

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        1. re: TorontoJo

          Sounds like the ones at Ten Feet Tall on Danforth near Coxwell, I think. They come with aioli or a choice of dips.

        2. Utopia on College.
          Savannah Room on College, once upon a time, don't know about recently.

          586 College St, Toronto, ON M6G1B3, CA

          Savannah Room
          294 College St, Toronto, ON M5T1R9, CA

          1. Thanks guys, I'm going to check these restaurants out. Starting with Utopia because I'm 1 minute away from it.

            Really appreciate it.

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            1. re: Devilish

              Try old york. Niagara south of King.

              1. re: deelicious

                Old York was a Restaurant Makeover. Was it successful?

                1. re: TdotFoodKing

                  You'd have to ask the person running the place but I can say - still the same people. Still the same new look. They get very busy and serve good to very good food.

                  I think it is an example of a successful RM.