Bar HopBar • Toronto, Canada
Beer selection, $5 pints on Sundays, food
The 40¢ interac "fee" is a sneaky cash grab. Clausewitz the fact that the highest merchant fees are 12¢, that's a cool 10% extra profit on your newspaper purchase for your ignorance.
Extremely slow service. The food doesn't look or taste like it was prepared by a professional kitchen.
French food. Duck confit, dessert, reasonable prices + authentic food
If you want chicken, go to Nandos. The quarter chicken is miniscule and overcooked, and the sides are average. "I'd rather have KFC" - roommate
The pumpkin roti is really good! The best part about it is the paratha itself...perfect!
Gorgeous space with great food for a quiet Sunday brunch away from the hordes of obnoxious rat racers nursing their hangovers.
Go wild with your combinations, or stick with the not-boring suggested options. Enjoyable!
Good food, but expect some serious sticker shock especially if you get into the wine. The paella and 5 or 6 starters are great for 3 people.
Sad to say but this place didn't keep up and has been overtaken by places like Burgers Priest. Been going there annually for 11 years, not sure I want to keep it up.
Pros: Most of the tables have easy access to plugs, not too busy. Cons: The coffee.
Really cute place in the hills outside Barcelona. Go on the 1st Sunday of every month for swing dancing in the square. Locals love it.
£12 for a cocktail and they use the cheap, bleached maraschino cherries. What a joke. Stick to beer.
Pretentious attitude. When my 82 year old grandmother wants milk with her £4 coffee, don't say it's not possible because "that's not how it's meant to be drunk."