You have to be heading south on King to catch the facade and then it looks like a small Toronto green grocer to me. Inside it's slightly larger than our local Zehrs but has a wider selection of things I've lacked.
Finally found decent Hungarian kolbasz, hot or mild, there. Surprised when the lady asked, "Dry or moist?" It's the real stuff alright and very pleasing. Had better, but still very, very good.
I was there for a quick look only. Seems interesting as I found that it's independent.
Can someone local fill in the gaps here with comments?
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