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Good food, overpriced in my opinion. Staff not the friendliest, fries are horrible, oh and no Interac, cash or credit card only.
I have been comming here since late 80's, I know the place was renovated and I'm bringing my two restaurant owners(freinds) with me..Thursday June 09/2011 we enter at 12:10hrs. As you enter the cafeteria front area is takeout..follow chalkboard grab a tray and deli salads/desserts on your left. They have homemade(on site smoker)meats,kanishes/gravy,homemade russian cabbage rolls,homemade soups and free-refill pops. ORDER: was (2)side plates of New Dills(pickles) + (1)side of Tomatoe/Onion salad + (2) Cornbeef on rye with hot mustard + (1) Smokemeat on dark rye with honey mustard + (2) Russian Cabbage Roll and (3) Glass Jars of Pop. Cost $51.00+ for three hungary men. REVIEW: Tender fresh most meat on all 3 sandwiches and lots of meat around 3" thick. Sides were good. Huge Cabbage Roll around 3" round stuff with rice and spice ground pork YummY. All the (pepsi,ginger ale,root beer etc) you can drink and we had 6 re-fills total.
Good food! check it out!
For the smoked meat enthusiast – the one who’s tried ‘em all – a visit to Toronto’s corned beef emporium in North York is a must. Located a hop-skip from Yorkdale Mall, Katz’s Deli is a mainstay for pastrami, corned beef and Montreal-style smoked meat. Hosting a party? This old school spot (originally opened in 1970) offers deli trays and custom catering services to boot.