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The evening crowd keeps this intimate location quite crowded. A couple of "locals" indicated that they came about twice a week and it was full all the time. A great accidental find.
Favorite Dish: Most of us were in only for appittizers, but all tried were excellent, especially the "dim sum" which even served at dinner was excellent. A variety of appetizers made the rounds and even if you didn't know what you were eating (I'm not much of a Sushi/Oriental Cuisine gormet) it tasted great.
Address: 208 Queen St. West, Toronto
Directions: A couple blocks off of Adelaide.
Phone: (416) 598-4719
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The best way to describe The Queens Mother Cafe is a "pub". However, this restaurant is not an average pub. It is reminiscent of an old English style pub, but not your average menu or overall atmosphere. Staff is extremely friendly and offer a great deal of advice when you are in limbo as to what to order. Offers a large selection of Thai cuisine, tasty chicken dishes and has a fairly large vegetarian menu. Also a great place to just sit and have a great conversation over a glass of wine.
Favorite Dish: Bar none, they have the best Pad Thai in the city, you have to give this a try (very reasonable for $10). They have a great pan seared Chicken dish and excellent daily specials. Great starters include sticky rice and peanut sauce, edaname and clams in a white wine sauce. Dinner for four should run you about $100 with a few drinks.
Address: 208 Queen St. W.
Directions: Located in the shopping district of Queen Street. Restaurant is on the North Side of Queen West, just East of John Street (the MuchMusic building is located on the South corner of Queen and John).
Phone: Tel: (416) 598-4719
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