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Little Korea – Ellice Avenue

Little Korea is another in my list of recent revisit posts. It’s a good 6.5 years since I last visited. I decided to stop by recently for an early evening meal. original review The restaurant wasn’t very busy when I arrived, and I had no trouble getting a table. They weren’t overly busy the whole time I was there, but there were three or four tables filled at all times. One thing I liked right off the hop. My server…Continue readingLittle Korea – Ellice Avenue

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Banza Noodle and Tea House 102 Sherbrook

Banza Noodle and Tea House occupies the space once home to Sherbrook Street Delicatessen. I am a fan of anything noodle related, so I looked forward to visiting Banza, but it took me a few months to get there the first time. My first time at Banza was a take-out meal. I was meeting with Mike Maunder and Terese Taylor from West End Streets, to discuss what has become my monthly restaurant review for that paper. For some reason I…Continue readingBanza Noodle and Tea House 102 Sherbrook

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Nou Eul Tor – Korean Restaurant

Nou Eul Tor is now closed. In it’s place is Gladys Caribbean Kitchen. You can find my review of that restaurant here.  I’m not really a make a reservation type of person. I tend to show up and hope that I’ll find myself a seat. Sometimes this works out well, and sometimes it means I have to go visit a restaurant a few times before I complete two visits. Still other times, it leads me to trying places I wasn’t…Continue readingNou Eul Tor – Korean Restaurant

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Cafe Lemon Tree – St. Mary’s Road

I happened upon Cafe Lemon Tree more by chance than design. Visiting a parishioner in the area I took a look around the strip mall as I waited for a bus. Cafe Lemon Tree looked intriguing so I made a note to visit the next time I was out that way.One of the first things you notice when you enter is the large collection of tea pots. They are stacked on wood shelves in behind and around the counter. It…Continue readingCafe Lemon Tree – St. Mary’s Road