Jeepney – Fine Filipino Fare

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This is an update on Jeepney. I first reviewed the restaurant a little short of seven years ago. Since then, the original location fell victim to a fire. They have reopened out on Inkster Boulevard. This reopening comes with a new chef, as Albert, the original chef has moved on to other areas of the …

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Mami Project – Filipino Noodle Bar

Mami Project Fritters

A few months ago, a friend asked me if I knew of any restaurants on Ellice Avenue that might be for sale. I gave a wander down the street, and the only thing I noticed was that Palm Tree Restaurant seemed to be closed. It wasn’t long however, before I noticed a sign for a …

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Sultan’s Shawarma, Ellice Avenue

One of the pleasures of living in the Spence neighbourhood is that there are so many dining choices close by. As the neighbourhood is so diverse, there are also a wide variety of cuisines to choose from. I’m a big fan of shawarma, and there are two places within a few blocks of each other. …

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Choice Sushi, Good Choice

I have a fondness for hole in the wall type restaurants, and restaurants that don’t look all that imposing from the outside.  Choice Sushi is located on the corner of Ellice Avenue and Young Street.  In case you’re wondering where that is, it’s right next door to the grocery store that, until recently, had the …

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Snakes on a Plate

A few months ago, while strolling down Portage Avenue, I saw on the corner of Portage and Lipton, a new little restaurant by the name of Café Ce Soir.  I made note of it, with the intention of visiting one day.  As is often the case with new restaurants, I looked to discover what their …

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