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Toronto: Maple Yip

JimGrinsfelder | Aug 20, 2009 05:20 AM

I had a very good lunch at Maple Yip with my daughter after the camp bus. It was easy to find. Friendly service. Not a particularly fancy place, which is not a problem. Thanks for the recommendations!

We had very nice hot tea with refills. The deep-fried crab claw ball with minced shrimp was very tasty. The lobster with scallion and ginger was also delicious. The mixed vegetable stir fry was good. The singapore style curried rice noodles were properly prepared, the noodles were separated, not a big glob, which is good.

The food was very mildly spiced. I believe this was appropriate for the style of chinese food on offer. I tend to favor more intensely flavored sichuan cooking, but that's not what's on offer here.

The other patrons all appeared to be chinese. Nobody was speaking english. The servers had no trouble speaking english for us.

We took the leftover noodles and vegetables and had a nice dinner on the plane. The waitress was very accomodating making a nice bundle with noodles, veggies, forks, chopsticks and napkins to take on the plane.

Address: 4227 E. Sheppard

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