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Real BBQ in Etobicoke

these guys are clearly into the food and not people! a mystery why they opened a restaurant. it's great if you just go in, get a takeout sandwich and do NOT ask for anything other than what they serve, exactly as described on their menu. the idea that the "customer" is always right - is completely foreign here. lower your expectations about a "dining" experience and enjoy their food. most of it is very good.

Real BBQ in Etobicoke

btw -you can Frontera hot sauce in other spots - i.e. Summerhill Market, Pusateris
and avoid the drive to Cheese Boutique
I work near Paul and Sandy's - it is unbelievably good food. try the brisket also - its sumptuous!!!

1539 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON M5M, CA

Summerhill Market
446 Summerhill Ave, Toronto, ON M4W, CA

Cheese Boutique
45 Ripley Ave, Toronto, ON M6S, CA

Good Greek restaurant in Toronto?

Avli - hands down. try their grilled octopus with skordalia - tender, charred and delicous with balsamic galze. Rabbit pie, gigantes beans - wow
it's a cut above the regular fare on the Danforth. fabulous service

401 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4K1P1, CA

ISO (in search of) coconut ice-cream

the best coconut icecream is at Gregs...add their hot fudge sauce - the BEST thing anywhere and you'll be happy to pay for parking

Real BBQ in Etobicoke

No --- and when I asked if they were, the owners explained that homemade batter would mess up the fryer. What a shame! Homemade onion rings are glorious and well worth a trip to Etobicoke and some messy oil.