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5 Places

17 Suggestions

milhuas3 | Mar 15, 201811:57 AM     15

Planning a day of eating in strip malls and cuisines of various ethnicities, preferably of good quality on Saturday, following Suresh Doss' and CN Smiths (old G&M article) for suggestions, but I thought I'd bring this up here anyway just in case I've missed a bunch of things. So far, we're looking at:

One2 Snacks - a variety of things
The Nilgiris - Dosa
Aunt Elsie's Carribean Kitchen - Jerk Chicken
New Quality Bakery - Lamprais
Suvaiyakam - String Hoppers
Sasaki Fine Pastry - Dessert Mochis

Any other not to miss places (not restaurant restaurants) we should be thinking about?

New Quality Bakery
The Nilgiris
Sasaki Fine Pastry
Suvaiyakam
Aunt Elsie Caribbean Kitchen
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