Best Cheap Eats In Markham

Best Cheap Eats In Markham

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    If first time eating Korean, the condiments are free but vary depending on the dish ordered. If you need more then just ask as there is no charge. -- huiline via Foursquare
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    Restaurant serves good food, based on a novel idea (to me). Definitely will return when I get a chance. -- Francis Wu via Foursquare
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    It's like an Italian version of Mandarin Buffet. A lot of options but food is mediocre. -- T via Foursquare
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    I really enjoyed the the intimate atmosphere. Food was interesting — had Nori fries and Shrimp Okamanyaki Wafu. Really interesting blend of Italian and Japanese Cuisine. Great dinner date. -- Marvin via Foursquare
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    The food was great. The mango juice was amazing and so was the service. I definitely recommend. -- Erica Cresswell via Foursquare
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    Sprinkle a bit (or a little) shredded ginger and red vinegar to every bite. So good w/ dumplings/xiao long bao and the pancakes! Also agree that the braised noodle soup is super delicious. Share it. -- Cheryl L via Foursquare
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    Incredible service!! Very very impressed. We ordered a medium rare steak, it came out well done. They re-made it and gave us a salad while we waited and manager came to check on us. So great! -- Pam Chan via Foursquare
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    KalbiJim is the best!!! But if you get takeout, remember to ask them to separate the sauce unless u want it in the plastic after! -- Stephanie Gibson via Foursquare
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    Food quality is low, your stomach might not handle it. But I love to get their dumplings and teriyaki salmon. They also have many ice-creams that seems to be very old and nice choice of deserts. -- Ksenia Buslaeva via Foursquare
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    This place is not good. Everything was burnt and unflavourful. Service is not attentive. Place is iincredibly loud. Just not good. I'd rather eat at Earl's on King St downtown. -- Ashley R. via Foursquare
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    Used to come here a lot before the mgmt change, decided to try it again for dinner and it's pretty good! Make reservations as it gets very busy! Try the Peking Duck! -- Rob L via Foursquare
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    This popular Richmond fish noodle has expanded to Toronto. For less than $9, you got a drink (coffee/tea) plus a big bowl of fish soup with noodles. Add $1.75 for an extra dish of pork cutlet, wings -- GraceS Li via Foursquare
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