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Villiage By the Grange Mall

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Villiage By the Grange Mall

food face | Nov 13, 2010 01:16 AM

Not being an OCAD student but living very close, I want to know the ins and outs of this weird and wonderful 80’s food court mall. The mall tends to be in full swing during the day with many restaurants closing very early for dinner. By 7PM half are closed or serving the dregs that I wouldn’t recommend.

1. Manpuku- Nice bowl of Raman soup for the price. Chewy noodles and melt in the mouth beef with their curry sauce. Best eaten with their Japanese Mustard.
2. Wikki Hut- I have only had it once. Basically a food court type stall but in the back and jazzed up to look “classy”. They obviously had a good graphic designer and chose nice colors while making the place look more inviting and sleek. MSG free versions of old stand-bys. Their chicken dishes are very juicy and flavourful. I enjoyed the mango chicken and BBQ chicken. Points lost on their fried rice. They were out of noodles when I went which bothered me.
3. Gallery Sushi- Their take out special is the best value for non-fish sushi in the city. 2 rolls for $5.50 including a tempura shrimp roll thrown into the offer. They don’t like doing substitutions but will for about fifty cents more. So for $6.00 I get 2 avocado and tempura shrimp rolls that rival any other place in the city. Due to language barriers, if you have any kind of special request or order that needs any amount of explaining, it’s best to go there to be able to point to menu items or your food will likely be not as you ordered it. If it’s standard off the menu, no problem.
So what else should I try in the mall if anything?

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Manpuku
105 McCaul St, Toronto, ON M5T, CA

Gallery Sushi
275 Dundas W, Toronto, ON M5T3K1, CA

Wikki Hut
275 Dundas W, Toronto, ON M5T3K1, CA

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