Yesterday, I went to the aforementioned eateries, for breakfast, lunch and dinner respectively.
Aunties & Uncles: Ordered the Belgian waffles. The fragrant smell had me salivating. Waffles themselves were quite good, for the price ($6.25), and real maple syrup, to boot. Great service from my server: he was laid back, but checked up on me at an appropriate frequency. I don't know his name, but he had dark hair, probably black hair.
Osgoode Hall: Ordered the open faced chicken sandwich with mango guacamole and roasted vegetables (pepper, eggplant). ($11) Yum, yum, yum. Dessert was the butter tart with homemade vanilla ice cream. ($5) Delish! Although the price is probably higher than most people would spend on a lunch, it's worth it once in a while for a treat. Service was outstanding! Once again, I wish I had gotten my server's name, because he was wonderful (a larger gentleman, with salt-and-pepper hair and moustache, with a European accent).
E-pan: I went with a large group and I didn't do the ordering, so I don't know the name of the dishes that were ordered. Thanks to chowhounders for recommending this place. The food was very good. Not quite the usual Chinese fare. And I was quite impressed with the beautiful decor.
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