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Royal Meat BBQ (Islington/Queensway)

5andman | Feb 15, 200804:12 PM     14

Saw a mention of this on the board and coincidence I drove by it (avoiding rush hour traffic).

Went with a buddy of mine (last week), who like me, loves a good hearty European meal -- namely the Chevaps. Now, aside from homemade Chevaps made by friends' families', there is only one butcher in Ontario (based in Stoney Creek) that makes incredible Chevaps. We know of a place on Bloor West Village called The Woodhouse that carries them.

We ordered the Chevaps (1lb w/salad), it comes on a bun with toppings. I personally prefer my Chevaps with rice or potatoes.

Anyways, they were awesome! Juicy and flavourful! I didn't really eat them with the bun, but, separately from the bun. The salad was also good. Definite repeat!

They also carry burgers, steaks, chicken etc... but, for me, it's the Chevaps!

Just dropped by there today afterwork (approx. 5:15pm) and the place was busy! Good sign! Settled for take out -- just finished them and they were just as good as before!

http://royalmeats.ca/

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