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Roncesvalles Recommendations - 2018

highlyunlikely | Sep 9, 201804:09 AM     4

I recently moved to the Roncey area (Queen and Sorauren) and am hoping for some recommendations for restaurants / takeout / food shops / wine bars. I'm not all that excited by any of the restaurants I've seen on Roncey recently. Used to go to Barque for brunch quite a bit and have had takeout from Butcher Bar - decent but not spectacular. Years ago I tried The Westerly, which was cute but the food just okay. The pizza at Defina is pretty good but haven't had anything else there. We enjoy the Local Kitchen for pasta and takeout perogies from Tennessee.

In terms of food shops, I love K.O. for veggies, Thin Blue Line for cheese, and Meat Market is quite good for meat (though not as good as Cumbrae's). I go to Fresh from the Farm for Milford Bay Trout Pate and get ice cream at Chocolateria. What am I missing?

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