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chrisfernando100 Nov 8, 2008 03:44 PM

i'm new, i like food, i searched and here we are...

i need to now of any good ayce brunch spots in mississauga. also, any opinions you guys might have about the muddy duck & tucker's.

ps. i have an awesome recipe for a stuffed pork loin coming for ya.....

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  1. JamieK RE: chrisfernando100 Nov 8, 2008 05:04 PM

    Hi, chrisfernado100 - welcome to chowhound. I suspect you're not going to get many responses to your question about muddy duck or tucker's because they are chains and chains are anti-chowish for the most part.

    As for AYCE anything whether it be brunch or Indian, that seems to be generally anti-chowish as well.

    So your best bet is to start a new thread asking where to find good brunch in Mississauga.

    Waterside Bistro offers what looks like good brunch but gets mixed reviews on the board -
    http://www.thehealthybutcher.com/inde...

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      chrisfernando100 RE: chrisfernando100 Nov 8, 2008 08:24 PM

      i avoid chains like the plague myself, however, with a brunch i am willing to sacrifice quality for quantity...to a point. that is why i am simply trying to find the best possible ayce brunch around and i figure here would be the place to do so.

      i would never set foot in a tucker's for dinner.

      just curious tho jamiek, what's your take on sushi island, which is ayce?
      or mandarin, just kidding.....

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        tjr RE: chrisfernando100 Nov 9, 2008 07:44 AM

        I'm also not big on AYCE. Isn't there like Golden Griddle or something? It's pretty disgusting, but people go there a lot, so it must be a fairly good value in terms of food quantity.

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          chrisfernando100 RE: tjr Nov 18, 2008 07:44 AM

          golden griddle is horrible.....again, i'm lookin for a decent ayce brunch....even if it is somewhat expensive.

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            torontofoodiegirl RE: chrisfernando100 Nov 18, 2008 09:06 AM

            If you want fancy and expensive AYCE brunch, try the King Eddie.

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              torontofoodiegirl RE: chrisfernando100 Nov 18, 2008 09:08 AM

              Oops - forgot it was Mississauga you were interested in. Sorry...

        2. finelydiced RE: chrisfernando100 Nov 18, 2008 07:50 AM

          High quality decent food and the term AYCE are mutually exclusive terms.

          1. JamieK RE: chrisfernando100 Nov 18, 2008 07:59 AM

            If you're willing to go east a bit, the Old Mill has a buffet Sunday brunch, $30pp -
            http://www.oldmilltoronto.com/sunday....

            bty, I just realized a inserted a wrong link and place in my post above, it should be Waterside Inn in Mississauga, but no ayce -
            http://www.watersideinn.ca/breakwater...

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              chrisfernando100 RE: JamieK Aug 19, 2009 02:06 PM

              i just looked into the king eddie, sounds good, i'm gonna have to give it shot one of these days.....

            2. robgm RE: chrisfernando100 Aug 19, 2009 02:10 PM

              Delta Meadowvale, Stage West?

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                chrisfernando100 RE: robgm Aug 19, 2009 02:53 PM

                delta in meadowvale is pretty much crap, except for the croissant bread pudding with caramel sauce, it was one of the best desserts i've ever eaten, i couldn't stop. dunno about stage west...any more input on king eddie's??? they've got beef wellingon, oysters, benny and what sounded like a bunch of other good stuff....

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