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Quick Review: Pauls Spaghetti

hungryabbey | Feb 3, 200803:26 PM

Just wanted to mention this little italian spot on Cosburn in east York. Went on a few old chow recomendations and Im very glad I did. Great little family restaurant, dim lights, very intimate setting, and excellent prices. We had an order of bruschetta which was very fresh and garlic-y, and we all got a salad and bread with garlic butter that came with out meals. Caesar and house salads were, well the general salads you get anywhere, but very nice start. I had the veal parm as a main which was a huuuge portion of beautifully breaded veal with mozarella and parm and a side of both spaghetti and also roast potatoes or grilled veg (i went with potatoes). I found that there really probably wasnt need for the potatoes as well as the pasta, but they actually were very nice and the pasta was excellent, lots of garlic and flavour. It was one of the best veal parm dishes Ive ever had. Others had Pauls special spaghetti with meat sauce and a rigatoni with italian sausage, both of which were excellent. We were soo full afterwards as the portions are huge, and so we decided to skip desert, but for the above food plus 3 glasses of wine, the bill was 80$ before tip. I will definetly be going back and Im so glad I discovered this little gem so close by to my area.

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