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Located on the Queen Street West in Chinatown, Banh Mi Boys' popularity relies solely on the select Korean and Vietnamese delicacies that are served at a considerably lower price. This small, crammed shop is a great place to start off on the East-Asian culinary route as it offers tastefully prepared lemongrass tofu, traditional five spice pork belly sandwich and steamed bao. The flavors are authentic and the preparations never fail to impressing even the most discerning foodie.
There is nothing more enticing to the palate than the aromas of deep fried seafood. At any given point in time you are bound to see hungry patrons mobbing the place to get some of their perfectly fried seafood. From delicious muscles, crispy fish and chips, juicy lobster rolls to perfectly seasoned calamari and chowder, anything you order at Buster's Sea Cove will only leave you wanting for more. Here, the fish is always fresh and food is made to order, also their service is very prompt hence patrons do not mind the ques. For the kind of portions that they serve, their prices are a steal!
Hogtown Smoke is known for its glorious, slow-cooked meat, arrays of beef briskets, pork shoulders, and crispy chicken forms a part of the menu here. The restaurant has limited seating, the interiors are quite cozy and comfortably furnished with reclaimed church benches. The menu is written on the chalkboard and the bar serves as a takeout counter. The prices are a bit steep but looking at the huge portions of meat that are served here, the prices look like a good bargain. Their juicy chicken and poultry specials, pink and dark brisket and delicious ribs taste heavenly when complemented with beer-baked beans, slaw and crispy fries. And nothing washes down a good BBQ better than a cold pint of Beau.