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justxpete Feb 19, 2013 09:18 AM

Going to be spending a week or so in this area.. Any reco's? (I'm not familiar with this area - at all).

Thanks in advance!

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  1. jlunar Feb 19, 2013 10:37 AM

    Galleria Supermarket has a food court type thing. Good for some meals. Mom's Chicken (inside) is in there for some k-fried chicken. It's saucy. Takes a while, so browse the groceries while you wait. I also like their baked goods section. Sesame tapioca balls are yummy.

    There's Island Foods on Don Mills, south of YM.

    And then you can check out Linda over at Don Mills and Lawrence. I recall you mentioning in another thread you've been meaning to get over there.

    Congee Queen is at DM and Lawrence too. Turnip cakes are good! Sometimes better, sometimes worse though. Decent, quick, Chinese (canto).

    Taro's Fish on Sheppard, West of Leslie. I don't know if I love, but others do. You can get sushi, sashimi, and other cooked JP foods here.

    Yonge & Finch has Hot Hot Spicy (sichuan) I think still. And if you go early, Paradise should have dim sum happy hour. There's a bakery (Glouster?) in here too you could snag some buns from.

    High Street Fish & Chips - I love their Melton Mowbray pie (cold). They're in a little plaza North of Lawrence and West of Vic Park.

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      justxpete Feb 19, 2013 11:53 AM

      Awesome. Thanks Jen! You and Jo recommended Mom's chicken. I think I'll pay them a visit tomorrow.

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        sumashi Feb 20, 2013 08:17 AM

        Just a small correction, Hot Spicy Spicy, Paradise and Gloucester are in a plaza located at Leslie and Finch, not Yonge and Finch.

        Agree with Mom's Chicken at Galleria, it's so yummy (and messy)!

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          jlunar Feb 20, 2013 08:19 AM

          GOOD CATCH. Ooops. Thanks Sumashi. I totally meant Leslie and Finch!

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          justxpete Feb 22, 2013 02:19 PM

          I tried to go to Galleria today for the KFC but for whatever reason they had just "changed the oil" and it would be an hour for the chicken - so, short on time, I just went to 5G again. Fwiw, the service is really friendly there. My burger was better than the the previous days', as were the fries.

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            justxpete Feb 26, 2013 07:00 PM

            So I made my way to Galleria, and... well...

            You know when Chris Farley played the lost tourist in Japan?

            http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watc...

            That felt very... familiar (and equally hilarious).

            I ended up with a ton of chicken, some drinks, some other stuff that I didn't know what it was... and no one knew what "vegetables" meant. Ha. Then people were walking by staring at my 10 tons of chicken wondering why someone would possibly want to try and eat that alone... with 4 pops (one of which I'd purchased separately) It was.. awesome. :)

            Back to the chicken, I thought it was delicious. County General is also serving KFC (and have been for a few months), has tried it for comparison's sake? (it's also served with delicious steamed milk buns).

            In any case, I'm definitely going to need a guide next time. That place is a gold mine!

            1. re: justxpete
              TorontoJo Feb 27, 2013 05:18 AM

              That's the funniest thing I've read in a long time. Glad you enjoyed the chicken. And yes, Galleria is awesome, worth some time to wander the aisles and buy odd-looking things that you have no idea about. :)

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                kwass Feb 27, 2013 06:20 AM

                Is the Galleria on York Mills the same as the Galleria @ Yonge and Steeles?

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                  magic Feb 27, 2013 06:45 AM

                  I believe it is, yes.

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                    kwass Feb 27, 2013 06:47 AM

                    Good to know, because I want to try that chicken now :) Boy does that sound yummy!!

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                      magic Feb 27, 2013 06:50 AM

                      It sure does. Been to Galleria many times but never had that chicken. Will have to fix that oversight.

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                        kwass Feb 27, 2013 09:28 AM

                        No doubt!!! Count me in!! :)

                2. re: justxpete
                  jlunar Feb 27, 2013 07:53 AM

                  HAHahaha! Glad you enjoyed. It's a fun time at Galleria - there are a lot of random things you'd not expect to see, but is totally NABD for Koreans.

                  1. re: jlunar
                    kwass Feb 27, 2013 09:28 AM

                    NABD?

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                      jlunar Feb 27, 2013 09:36 AM

                      *not a big deal

                      :)

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                        kwass Feb 27, 2013 09:38 AM

                        Thanks ;)

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                          Davwud Feb 27, 2013 10:01 AM

                          I had to google it too.

                          DT

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                            kwass Feb 27, 2013 10:23 AM

                            Funny!!

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                disgusti Feb 19, 2013 10:55 AM

                i think there's a taco bell at fairview mall at least there used to be in high school

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                  justxpete Feb 19, 2013 11:52 AM

                  Good call... there's also a McDonalds here too, which I'll also never visit, unless it and Holy Chuck are the only places open in TO. :)

                2. Davwud Feb 19, 2013 11:14 AM

                  The 5 Guys between Leslie and DM is one of the good ones. At least, that's from my couple visits. As well, I like the Mr. Greek beside the tracks. Not great Greek food but will certainly do in a pinch.

                  DT

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                    justxpete Feb 19, 2013 11:52 AM

                    I had 5 guys today - wasn't feeling overly adventurous (see twitter). 5G reminds me of a high end version of Burger King (which I haven't had for years). But the texture, bun and consistency all seem familiar. Perhaps that's what they were targeting?

                    I do like it better than HC, though. I think I'm going to give HC a third and final try.

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                      juno Feb 19, 2013 01:20 PM

                      I'm not a burger guy, but the above-mentioned branch of Five Guys - in the same plaza as Galleria Supermarket - gets high marks from those I know who ARE burger guys. Kinda expensive, though.

                      Also in that plaza is Dragon Pearl, a huge buffet (if buffets are your thing) and a good one, as buffets go - one with an Asian slant. Once you get the hang of it - many many choices, some better than others - you can do quite well in there. Well-run. It's $13 (a.k.a. $12.99), if I recall, for lunch (20% off for seniors) - much better value than Five Guys. Wider range of dishes at dinner.

                      I also like Congee Queen, a good mid-level Chinese choice. Good lunch deals include a first-rate hot and sour soup. And the mid-level Sun Star, on Finch between Bayview and Leslie, with a slightly more sophisticated menu - and, in my view, a more knowledgeable clientele - than Congee Queen. Both are solid, though. I've never much cared for the above-mentioned Hot Spicy Spicy - in the all-Asian plaza at Finch and Leslie - and I ordinarily like most things spicy. Maybe I've just picked the wrong dishes, and can't be bothered with even more visits trying to identify the right ones. A kinda bleak space.

                      If you venture into Bayview Village (Bayview and Sheppard) for lunch, your best bet is the chained Aroma Cafe, with good sandwiches, soups and coffee. A tad overpriced, but then, so are all the other eateries in that upscale mall. Have to make back the high rent, I guess.

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                        Googs Feb 20, 2013 08:21 AM

                        Make that a 3rd endorsement of Congee Queen.

                  2. Full tummy Feb 19, 2013 01:44 PM

                    Well, I am going to boldly step out and recommend What A Bagel! in the Longo's plaza on the northeast corner of York Mills and Leslie. Not Montreal style bagels, so don't get excited, but their bagels are regularly falling off the oven conveyor, and they are delicious freshly baked. They will also make decent, but basic, sandwiches at the counter. Some of the baked goods are underwhelming, but I have a thing for the pecan bars. Not runny, not really pecan pie-ish, but I just like them.

                    Also, Shirini Sara at 1875 Leslie Street. Please go and enjoy! Amazing cream puffs, with real cream. Fabulous cookies. Just great stuff that I believe is now being sold in higher end stores, not just at their home bake shop. Here's their website:

                    http://www.shirinisara.com/

                    For a quick slice, I like Pizzaiolo, in the Galleria plaza.

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                    1. re: Full tummy
                      jlunar Feb 19, 2013 02:32 PM

                      Shirini Sara is great! They sell their stuff at Pusateri's (Bayview for sure). Love their cookies.

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                        estufarian Feb 20, 2013 07:26 AM

                        Shirini Sara is my go-to place also.
                        Pick up a box of their (imported) dates from Bam. Half the price of the less-complex tasting dates we commonly get from California.
                        But they no longer carry the boxes of 'candy disks' - various flavours, including saffron, - in fact can't find these in any of the Persian shops on Yonge (near Steeles). Has anyone seen them elsewhere?
                        +1 for their cookies!

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                          pakmode Feb 22, 2013 02:09 PM

                          Wow, I never knew about this place at all. Will have to give it a try!

                        2. re: Full tummy
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                          juno Feb 19, 2013 03:45 PM

                          Ah yes, What a Bagel!, and one of the better outposts of that chain. I'd forgotten about that place in my earlier post. Just a few steps from the Longo's supermarket. Tasty bagels, because they're invariably fresh-baked. An ideal quick, inexpensive lunch on a bagel - I'm partial to the cream cheese filling.

                          Didn't know about Shirini Sara, though. I must inspect those cream puffs.

                          1. re: Full tummy
                            Googs Feb 20, 2013 08:22 AM

                            What's wrong with recommending What-A-Bagel? They're the supplier for Carousel "Bakery" at the SLM.

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                              magic Feb 20, 2013 08:46 AM

                              Agreed. I quite like What-A-Bagel.

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                                Full tummy Feb 20, 2013 09:01 AM

                                I was hoping not to stir up Chowhound Ontario Bagel Battle XVII or something like that, hahaha.

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                                jlunar Feb 22, 2013 02:27 PM

                                For a visual:

                                http://www.flickr.com/photos/jlunar/s...

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                                knusprig Feb 19, 2013 06:00 PM

                                If you care for Thai, I'd recommend Kinnaree - a little further east (Ellesmere/Victoria Park). I find they're more authentic than Linda (Don Mills/Lawrence).
                                http://www.kinnareethai.ca/

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                                  estufarian Feb 20, 2013 07:28 AM

                                  I don't care (well, actually I do care a little) about authenticity.
                                  I just want it to taste great.
                                  What are the best dishes at Kinnaree?

                                  1. re: estufarian
                                    sumashi Feb 20, 2013 08:54 AM

                                    I went for the first time last year from smfan's rec here on chowhound. My mom and I really liked the mango salad appetizer they make.

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                                      knusprig Feb 23, 2013 03:20 AM

                                      Our family's favourite is mango salad. We always order dishes to share taking into consideration peanut allergy and how much 'heat' one can take to minimize heartburn. I cannot tell which are the best dishes. I found the dishes really have south east asian spices/flavour, and thick coconut milk where it belongs.

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                                      Googs Feb 20, 2013 08:24 AM

                                      Yeah, dish on the Kinnaree wouldya? That one's flown under my radar despite being really close to home. Must find good Thai!!!
                                      http://www.kinnareethaitoronto.com/

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                                        Googs Feb 21, 2013 05:20 PM

                                        Does Kinnaree serve beer and wine?

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                                          Googs Feb 21, 2013 05:37 PM

                                          Scrap my last question. The online menu shows beer and wine. Besides... I'm so excited that there's a Thai restaurant nearby that's JUST Thai and not plus Chinese or plus Malaysian or whatever that I pretty much have to try it.

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                                            pakmode Feb 22, 2013 02:10 PM

                                            I've heard good things about this place from someone who is a Sukhothai fanatic, so it must be pretty good lol. I'll have to give this place a try myself soon.

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                                              Googs Jul 23, 2013 10:14 AM

                                              Beau and I had delivery from Kinnaree Thai recently. It was really very good. We'll be taking a seat at the restaurant very soon.

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                                            magic Feb 19, 2013 06:42 PM

                                            Chapman's! (for lovely but hella pricey deli/groceries).

                                            Think Pusateri's but much smaller.

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                                              magic Feb 20, 2013 10:05 AM

                                              Their lemon artichoke dip is insane. As is their smoked trout dip.

                                            2. jlunar Feb 20, 2013 08:22 AM

                                              One more, though it's wandering farther now: Patisserie Royale. The wardeh is made in house, but I super love the swar. Great great great baklava-type patries all around. Also: mammouls and karabiges.

                                              My blab on swar:
                                              "Now, most of the pastries on offer consist of the same basic blocks, but my sister and I swear by their swar as being the perfect ratio of syrup to pastry, as well as the perfect form. Biting into the tubular ring of pastry allows for a sudden burst of syrup on the tongue as the crisp texture of pastry and butter mingle in each bite. All unified by the taste of crunchy pistachio. Heaven with a cup of tea – orange pekoe in particular."

                                              for pics: http://www.foodpr0n.com/2012/05/04/pa...

                                              So yummy.

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                                              1. re: jlunar
                                                Googs Feb 20, 2013 08:27 AM

                                                Been going there for years. Good call on Patisserie Royale.

                                              2. justxpete Feb 20, 2013 09:02 AM

                                                So a compiled list of reco's...

                                                Mom's Kitchen
                                                Congee Queen
                                                Aroma Cafe
                                                What a Bagel
                                                Linda Modern Thai
                                                Shirini Shara
                                                Patisserie Royale
                                                Chapmans

                                                I have a lot of eating to do! Thanks everyone, for your input!

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                                                  Full tummy Feb 20, 2013 09:06 AM

                                                  And Galleria. Please, when you go to Galleria, get one of those triangle gimbap (found in the fridge where the premade sushi is). It's seasoned nori (seasoned with salt and sesame oil) folded over rice and a filling. I personally prefer the kimchi tuna mix, which I think is so yummy that even someone who doesn't like kimchi would find it agreeable. I find them much more delectable than the Japanese version (because of said sesame oil). And they're about $1.50 a piece, so no big investment. Great snack!!

                                                  Hope you enjoy yourself.

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                                                    TorontoJo Feb 20, 2013 09:07 AM

                                                    Just a clarification -- You get Mom's fried chicken inside Galleria supermarket. You can't actually see Galleria from York Mills, but if you turn into where Dragon Pearl Buffet is, Galleria is right behind it.

                                                    And if you like Caribbean food, Island Foods is close and good.

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                                                      Full tummy Feb 20, 2013 09:08 AM

                                                      Oh, yes, yes. Island Foods. My gosh, I knew I was missing something. Do you like roti? If so, you must make a trip:

                                                      http://www.island-foods.com/

                                                      1. re: Full tummy
                                                        justxpete Feb 20, 2013 09:52 AM

                                                        See below, FT - if you're a fan of Roti, you need to go to Kori's - like yesterday.

                                                      2. re: TorontoJo
                                                        justxpete Feb 20, 2013 09:31 AM

                                                        I have one of those near home. :)

                                                        Have you been to Kori's, TJ?

                                                        Best Roti shop in the GTA, IMO.

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                                                          TorontoJo Feb 20, 2013 09:45 AM

                                                          Nope, not familiar with Kori's. Just did the google and the only one I saw was in Oakville. Is that the one you meant?

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                                                            justxpete Feb 20, 2013 09:51 AM

                                                            Indeed. Run. Do not walk.

                                                            I am also partial to the chicken + shrimp (not the shrimp + chicken). With the shrimp + chicken, you get 4 jumbo shrimp + chicken. WIth the chicken + shrimp, you get 2 jumbo shrimp, which is a better balance.

                                                            I've been going for 10+ years. Sometimes I drive 30-40 minutes when I have a craving. You can't get better. The owner told me once that there is a group from Orillia that drive down once a month and get a huge order - it's that good.

                                                            Speaking of which, I'm probably going to go there today after a meeting in 'ssauga.

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                                                              TorontoJo Feb 20, 2013 09:53 AM

                                                              Nice, I will definitely make a trip. Thanks for the rec! The one roti shop I tried in Niagara so far was very meh.

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                                                                justxpete Feb 20, 2013 09:55 AM

                                                                It's one of my all time favs. Do make a trip in the near future. Well worth it. Promise.

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                                                                  magic Feb 20, 2013 09:59 AM

                                                                  Sounds great. I will have to make that trip.

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                                                                jlunar Feb 20, 2013 11:42 AM

                                                                Hmn. Oakville eh. It's kinda on the way out to Niagara, right? *ponders*

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                                                                  TorontoJo Feb 20, 2013 06:04 PM

                                                                  3 minutes off the Dorval exit. Not that I checked or anything...

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                                                                    justxpete Feb 21, 2013 03:04 PM

                                                                    One could certainly make a trip to Niagara and bring it to you, hmm TJ?

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                                                                      TorontoJo Feb 21, 2013 06:17 PM

                                                                      Oh, no worries, I will make my own trip soon enough. It's between Mapleview shopping centre and Bed Bath and Beyond, two semi-regular destinations. ;)

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                                                                        pakmode Feb 22, 2013 02:12 PM

                                                                        Oakville/Halton definitely have some destination worthy chow places. Stoney's Bread Company, Blacktree, Spencers off the top of my head.

                                                        2. re: justxpete
                                                          Chester Eleganté Feb 20, 2013 10:16 PM

                                                          Hey JP, is this just for lunches? Yeah, Galleria is a pretty cool place to check out and they sure make a nice fried chicken (20 min wait unless you call ahead to order); you may be able to ask for half sauced and half unsauced and see what you prefer. Also can supplement with sides from their by-weight buffet bar. Linda Thai, try it out. Shirini yes but it's just sweets. Sun Star (10 min) is very good for Canto but moreso dinner than lunch. To be honest, the rest are just decent options because of the proximity (there's not much else, though I don't know about Kinnaree).

                                                          But for actual interesting options and if you did have time for a ten minute drive, you should spend more days in that Lawrence corridor between Pharmacy and Warden. In one plaza, Shawarma Empire (get one falafel pita, one chicken/beef shawarma pita) and Patna Kabab, try various Pakistani kababs - chicken-lamb (darbari) and ground chicken (silky) esp., ground beef (seekh), bihari - with some milky naan. That plaza also has Nasib's (shawarma), Coalpot (oxtail, curry goat, cow foot soup/mannish water - opens at 2pm, haven't tried yet), and a good Sri Lankan place (forget name now, replaced New Devi).

                                                          And of course, pick up goods from Patisserie Royale, one of my favourite spots in the city. So many great treats - knefeh (warmed up for you), bassma, mammoul with walnut/pistachio/dates, swar, wardeh, pistachio/almond/walnut/cashew baklava, borma. Try a couple things, and if it's your bag, get an assortment.
                                                          http://patisserieroyale.com/?page_id=130

                                                          At the Warden/Pharm SW plaza, Makkalchon for Korean, Al Tanoor for Iraqi shawarma in a samoon, and A-One samosas in the Indian grocer. Diana's is also nearby. As an aside for the A-One lovers, you can likely find them as long as you find Indian grocery stores. I.e. I've gotten mine all along at Centre & Dufferin in Thornhill, and the bulk store in the Newtonbrook plaza at Yonge & Finch has them on Fri/Sat. But only veg though, which are still fantastic, but the beef ones at the store are even better. And they are amazing when you get them hot and fresh.

                                                          Also consider your chance at trying the jerk pork at Mr. Jerk in the Peanut Plaza (and patties at Allan's inside the plaza) and patties and jerk chicken on a bun at Allwyn's in the Parkwoods plaza on York Mills.

                                                          Awful lot of hole-in-the-walls in my post though, not gonna lie.

                                                          1. re: Chester Eleganté
                                                            justxpete Feb 21, 2013 03:04 PM

                                                            Yes, Shawarma Empire. Now.

                                                            And yes, that was a huge post, Chester! Thanks for all your suggestions.

                                                            1. re: justxpete
                                                              Googs Feb 21, 2013 05:01 PM

                                                              Yes, Chester's suggestions are most compelling. Are you a Shawarma Empire hot sauce junkie now?

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                                                                justxpete Feb 21, 2013 05:18 PM

                                                                I've been wanting to try this place for a long time, because everyone says it's the best in TO - but I'd never really made an effort to find out where it was and make a trip - so a fortunate coincidence for me.

                                                                In any case - it's funny that you ask. I didn't know the hot sauce was "a thing", but I got one "regular" and one spicy chicken. I thought the shawarmas were delicious, but I found the hot sauce largely bland - the only thing it added was spice... but maybe they were having an off day w/ the spice? In any case - since you pointed it out specifically, I'm going to try it again.

                                                                The shawarma itself reminded me a lot of Monforte's (a mostly Oakville-based institution).

                                                                The only thing that bothered me about the place was that they were really busy - and the lady handling the money was also helping to make shawarmas periodically.

                                                                I'm not certain that's allowed.. ?

                                                                (and no, she didnt wash her hands in between handling the food & money).

                                                            2. re: Chester Eleganté
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                                                              Apple Jul 22, 2013 05:43 PM

                                                              Chester - Allwyn's - I only found it by flipping through the back pages of Toronto Life. We stopped by and it looked shuttered. Maybe it wasn't open at the time. Saturday around noonish... no posted hours of op, it looked alittle run down. when was the last time you made it out there?

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                                                            kbdid Feb 20, 2013 12:53 PM

                                                            For "fast food" (although I think with all the other great recs you won't need it) - there was a Lick's at York Mills/Lesmill that was pretty good, relatively speaking of course.

                                                            1. RosiePosie Feb 20, 2013 07:18 PM

                                                              I work in the area. I'm impressed with the range of options just on York Mills in between Don Mills and Leslie!

                                                              The Artisano on York Mills just east of Lesmill is great for lunches (and there's a Menchie's right beside it....) - it's where I usually take my business lunches. They sell fresh loaves of bread too - yummy. http://www.artisanobakery.com

                                                              Matsu Sushi - it's not bad for a cheap and tasty AYCE/a-la-carte combo place! You pay one price and order anything/everything you want from a full personal menu sheet with checkboxes. And you can keep it coming if you like. The best deal is at lunch, but beware the terrible (overactive, not underactive) service!
                                                              http://www.matsucuisine.com/index.html

                                                              If you're in the mood for something a little different, check out Casa Manila at Don Mills & York Mills. It's pretty authentic Filipino cuisine. http://www.casamanila.ca/

                                                              If you want old classics, there is a Firkin-and-something-type pub in the same area as Matsu, Menchies and Artisano (also Wendy's Pizzaiolio, 5 Guys, etc.) as well as a Keg location around the corner on Leslie just North of York Mills.

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                                                                mrsyumyum Feb 21, 2013 12:33 PM

                                                                I work and live around here too. A lot of great foods. A lot of people have already given great suggestions:

                                                                1. Roti at Island Foods is great
                                                                2. Keg is always a safe choice
                                                                3. St Louis wings

                                                                And if Don Mills and Lawrence isn't too far from you I would suggest going around Shop of Don Mills..there's Joeys and Bier Market

                                                                Also if you want to buy food to eat at home, I agree with jlunar with Galleria and Taro's Fish are great places to shop. Gallaria has a lot of premade korean food that are very good and great price. Taro's Fish has the fresh and great selection of sashimi (one of my fave places to get sashimi)

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                                                                  pakmode Feb 22, 2013 02:16 PM

                                                                  The only place I see missing on this thread is Bamiyan Kabob at Don Mills and Overlea.

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                                                                    tochowchick Feb 22, 2013 03:08 PM

                                                                    If you're willing to drive down to Overlea for Bamiyan...you could try Caribbean Palms in the Flemingdon Plaza (Don Mills...east side north of Overlea)...good roti and other items...I like the boneless chicken roti and have had some decent jerk chicken there....

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                                                                      garfield Feb 22, 2013 07:10 PM

                                                                      Ikea is close by.

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                                                                        lilaki Jul 21, 2013 07:07 PM

                                                                        tks to justxpete for starting this thread and to all the hounds who replied! i'm starting a gig in the area and can't wait for weekday lunches!!

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