The Shops at Don Mills for lunch?
I'm new to this area of the city and would like a decent lunch. Is there anything here to try or avoid? Has anyone tried Anthony's? Better choices close by that anyone can recommend? Thanks to all for your help.
Huge variety of quality and prices. From a point of view of value for money,Fabbrica is pricey for what you might receive, especially in ccontext of the takeout from McEwen which is not a bargain comparatively to other offerings. I love a good pizza, but there is a price point where I feel there should have been more than a gustatory relationship, and slightly miffed that I didn't get a call the next day.
Glow is incandescent bordering on nefarious. Joey's provides mostly decent results with good service, though they are successfully achieving better standards at higher prices for lower market chain food.
Best of the not so complex is Linda, with reasonable lunch specials, very good spicing, and the best service.
I have eaten at Joey's, Glow, and Memoirs of Japan. I like Memoirs of Japan the most if you have time. They cook in front of you. It is a Japanese steak house. The prices are a lot less then Bennihannas. Joey's is busy. Make a reservation. Glow was o.k. and the most pretty of the 3. Glow also had the best desserts.
I find all the restaurants at SODM to be bad QPR. Fabbrica and Joey are simply overpriced for what you get, both however are still better than Glow. The last time I went (last winter) to Linda it was very bad, they got nothing right and the food quality was very poor even by Salad King standards. Very disappointing. I'd sooner drive 15 min west towards Leaside or Mt. Pleeasant south of Eglinton for more choices and better food for your hard earned dollar.
I would sooner head to the plaza at Don Mills & York Mills and get a slice of pizza from Pizzaiolo. Or, go to Olde York Fish & Chips on Laird. High Street Fish & Chips is also relatively close.
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York Fish & Chips
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