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we will often get take out from Paul's because buds used to work in the area, and liked their "canadian-style" chinese food. i used to laugh at them, as we normally go to good restaurants, but lately with the eggo beign preggo, i have had cravings like you wouldn't believe for soft chow mein noodles and honey garlic ribs! And you can't really beat the value at Paul's, the food is always fresh, and portions huge. we normally get a dinner for 2, or order 2 " custom order combos for 1 person" if we want more variety. we always get tons of food, and the flavours are pretty good. we will have lots of left overs for lunch, and the bill is under $21! of course, there are some dishes that i think are better than the rest, like their dry garlic sparibs and their honey garlic ribs. hubby likes their soft chow mein noodles, but you can get the crispy ones as well. We have also eaten their as well, but it's a small hole in the wall place and not that clean. but the food is good and their burgers and sandwiches are good and you can't beat the prices. i think the wife is the server (not cute or anything) and the hubby is the cook, service is always quick and attentive.
Offering a quick sandwich fix, Paul’s is not associated with Paul’s on Imperial, but it’s just as tasty. Not only are the prices reasonable, but they take orders online and over the phone when you can’t afford to leave the office for too long. And, for the sides, what could be better than a serving of Shanghai noodles or ginger beef? Open seven days a week, even on Christmas Day, it’s a great place for either dining in or delivery.