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Let us now praise under-appreciated restaurants ...

voracious | Feb 19, 200706:53 AM     12

… you know, the ones that are unaccountably empty, while lesser eateries flourish. Where you can barely enjoy your (solitary) meal because you’re so worried for them. One of mine is the Cajun-Bajan Café, a great little restaurant near Eglinton and Warden. Okay, maybe it’s asking for heartbreak to open a restaurant in a neighbourhood of autobody shops, but C-B is so good that it ought to be successful anyway.

On Sunday, Pomegranate in the Beach was also unaccountably empty, while a few blocks away they were lining up for the vile Beacher Cafe. It’s not fair, it’s not fair, it’s not fair …

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