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Restaurants & Bars 2

Two eats

Limster | Jan 24, 2003 10:15 PM

The newly opened Paris Crepes on Cambridge street seems somewhat decent, although the savoury crepes need a bigger dose of buckwheat. Craving vegetables, I had the vegetarian crepe that was OK, nothing to write home about. I think their dessert crepes might actually be better since the crepes that they make are lightly sweet and would enhance any additional application of sweetness.

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Imperial Seafood in Chinatown rates an average. Nothing bad, but nothing exceptionally delicious either. Fairly low prices though (all of this below for 6 folks at $14 per person including tip). Best dish of the evening was a well made fried sole, with good batter, very little trace of grease, very delicate flesh and fine flavour all intact.

A double salt and pepper squid and spareribs was fine too, not greasy either. Squid was nice and crunchy, spareribs maybe a tiny bit too tough. Bamboo pith fungus on mixed vegetables was ordinary, stir fried chinese broccoli was par. Duck with a lacy top of fried taro was quite nice, even though the duck could have been more moist and tender. Scallops with vegetables had a nice complement of ginger, but wasn't enough to wash away their slight fishiness. Also somewhat rubbery, not of the best quality.

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