Also...there is FINALLY a Thai restaurant opening up on Notre Dame where Little India used to be! I can't wait.
I thought I'd list some good restaurants in Sudbury, in case anyone's passing through. There is some good chow here.
A must-try is a porchetta sandwich from the Regency Bakery. Porchetta is a lovely slow-roasted spiced pork from Italy that for some reason has become huge in Sudbury. You can find the bakery on Regent street behind Wendy's. You pick a bun, then hand it to the deli counter to load it up with meat.
For a nice fun celebration-type meal try Respect is Burning, an Italian bistro hotspot downtown on durham Street. It's festive and a bit loud. There are some yummy pastas and dishes like veal and ribs, and a delicious pear-pancetta slad with cashews.. It's where Sudbury's emerging yuppie class likes to hang.
There's a Greek restaurant that is now under Vietnamese ownership that has a simple but delicious Vietnamese menu. It's called Stelio's, on Barrydowne just south of Lasalle (where the New Sudbury Mall is).
There's also a pan-Asian place on Lasalle called Cafe Korea that has barbeques on the table. The bulgogi is a little expensive but pretty tasty.
And there's a Mexican place called Casa Mexicana that has 2 branches - one downtown on Elm, near the farmer's market, and the other on Lasalle. It's simple but pretty yummy, especially the chicken mole.
And if you just want a coffee or something, there are 2 places in town I really like - books and Beans on Durham is a friendly cozy kind of place where everyone knows your names, and they have some nice sandwiches like hummous, cheddar and veggies on ciabatta.