I was visiting my elderly aunt in Toronto and wanted a restaurant small enough to be quiet so that we could talk as well as eat. This one looked grungy on the outside, but we took a chance and were pleasantly surprised at how clean it was on the inside, all the way down to the lavatory (important for the old and very young!). The waitstaff were friendly and welcoming (much appreciated since they could tell right away that our tab wouldn't be a hefty one), and the food was so good that we came back the next night. Would have come back a third time if I didn't have to leave!
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