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New Streetsville Resto, Graydon

South Carolina Girl Jul 27, 2011 09:54 AM

It is located at 235 Queen St (where Marcellos just to be) between Streetsville Tire and Pita Nutsy. Anyone heard about it or dined there yet? I noticed it opened about a week or so ago, but I can find nothing on Chow and no apparent web presence.

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Pita Nutsy
241 Queen St S, Mississauga, ON L5M1L7, CA

  1. Kagemusha Jul 27, 2011 11:07 AM

    Saw it too but no clue. Restos come and go along that strip that strip quickly.

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    1. re: Kagemusha
      South Carolina Girl Jul 28, 2011 01:53 PM

      So true. Do you know if the French Bistro is still open or has it already gone too?

      1. re: South Carolina Girl
        Kagemusha Jul 28, 2011 02:18 PM

        Dunno. I haven't had time recently to scout out anything new-ish there. Some old friends are snooping around S-ville for a small spot for an isakaya-style joint.

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          iamafoodie Aug 1, 2011 12:11 PM

          Bistro Chezanne is still open. They added a summer patio and live jazz on alternating Thursdays with a couple of very talented musicians from Hamilton. The kitchen is maturing, however service can still be cheerfully inept at times.

          Graydon Bar & Grill, Streetsville's new gastro-pub is having a soft opening. I tried their $13 special, a 1/4 rack of ribs, fries and a pint. The 4 rib portion was good and meaty, very moist from the initial brining and braising, lightly smoked with a touch of a tomato-based sauce napped over them. I might have rated them better than Busters if not for the many bitter bits of carbon clinging to the meat from the smoker's shelf. The meat was somewhat over cooked for my taste, but likely just right for the falling-off-the-bone folks. 1/4-inch fries were a mix of fresh russet and sweet potatoes nicely fried. A finger bowl accompanied my lunch. Who else does that any more?

          A pleasant greeting and competent service by Linda encourages me to return soon to try some of their more upscale offerings.

          1. re: iamafoodie
            South Carolina Girl Aug 2, 2011 08:43 AM

            Thanks for the review, I'ma. Sounds like a great deal for $13, and those fresh fries might actually be something I'd enjoy (I'm not much of a fan). Can you comment on what else was on the menu?? My SO has to go to Sts'ville tomorrow...I might just tag along and suggest a lunch stop at Graydon.

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