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Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Prettiest water treatment plant you will ever see"
reviewed 13 June 2020 by Betta s
Seriously, a unique and lovely piece of historic Toronto. The buildings are normally closed to the public, however you are free to wander around the grounds and enjoy the Art Deco exteriors. My favourite section is definitely the south entrance facade complete with water fountain. Parking is available on side streets or along the waterfront. You can also catch a...
Its a well maintained stadium but I'm not sure if I'd consider it a "thing to do". The pool on the other hand is nice, good for kids and has a water slide. Parking can be challenging due to Kingston Road having a divide up the middle.
Visited here on. Friday evening for a brew. A great neighbourhood pub. Decor throughout the restaurant and bar is fascinating. Very eclectic and lots of fun. Food, beer and service excellent. Flatbread and wings delicious. Well worth the visit. Will be back.
I have loved fish and chips for years but have never really found a good place in Toronto. The best I have ever had was in Newfoundland (homemade cod and chips) lite batter and “not greasy or oily “. Well today I ventured to a small shop on Kingston rd and asked “what was good”? The two young ladies said...
Winterlicious first visit. A bit hard to find with challenging parking, but not to the point of bad words. Very small, intimate. Service a little slow, but the food more than made up for it.
Interesting bread. I expected crusty but it was quite soft. Drizzled in what appeared to be plum and wine sauce? Interesting taste, but I think...
Trying to support local restaurants during COVID-19... unfortunately this one was disappointing! The vegetable red curry was okay. The lemongrass chicken wings had a good sauce but the chicken was bad so they went in the trash. I will not give Jatujak another chance.
Great food, excellent service, cozy setting and Greek music in a family owned and run restaurant ... what more can I say? It is located a bit to the east of the main Greek-town section of the Danforth in a strip mall, so you have to watch for it.
I have never seen such an unfriendly staff. Did not see one of them smile during my three day stay. Persons behind the check-in counter is too busy watching TV to even repond to a hello. First night they were getting the parking lot repaved and did not tell us were we could park. Had to go in and ask...