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Sunday Night Dinner Approx $10-15 per person

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Main334 Dec 29, 2012 02:59 PM

Hello

I have a friend in from out of town and we are going out for dinner tomorrow night. His budget is only $15, all in. Looking for some suggestions. We are open to any type of food excluding chinese (having it for new years) and pho.
So far on my list I have Bahn Mi Boys, The Stockyards, Rose and Son, Hey Meatball, and Rebozos. We are open to any area in the city.

Thank you for your help

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    26Marushka RE: Main334 Dec 29, 2012 03:43 PM

    Hmmm, not sure you'll be very satisfied with rose and sons for $15. Kinton Ramen has a great rep lately....or Santosei, perhaps?

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      szw RE: Main334 Dec 29, 2012 10:18 PM

      15 all in at Stockyards or Rose and Sons would be really stretching it...

      To be honest, with that budget, I wouldn't go to any "restaurants", even eating ramen would be a stretch at $15 as you would be forgoing drinks or any appetizer....I'd go to korea town if I were you!

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        Cat123 RE: Main334 Dec 30, 2012 05:32 AM

        Arepa on Queen would fit the budget, or one of many Korean restos like Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu on Bloor, or maybe Ethiopian like Lalibela or Sheba.

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          ylsf RE: Main334 Dec 30, 2012 07:40 AM

          Re: Bahn Mi Boys. It is good food and you can get a lot of food for $15... Don't recall if you have been there from other threads but just a heads up that it is a "Fast casual" type of place vs. a sitdown place... So not much of a linger and enjoy your meal type of spot.

          I think the suggestion for Korea town area is a good one

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            juno RE: ylsf Dec 30, 2012 09:41 AM

            You can do very nicely in Koreatown, on Bloor St. between Bathurst and Christie, at either the aforementioned Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu or, on the same block, Tofu Village. A big, nourishing bowl of soup/stew at either joint, along with complimentary banchan (snacks) and tea, will set you back no more than $10 (tax and tip included). The cheapest good deal in town. I lean towards the vegetarian soup/stew at Tofu Village, but both places are solid, with alert service. Close by the Christie subway stop.

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