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  • Fishbone Bistro
    Fishbone Bistro's menu punches taste bud passports for a trip to the Portuguese kitchen with seafood dishes and steaks prepared fresh with regional ingredients. During the five-course meal for two, pairs dive into a sea world of flavour with the fish brandade before moving onto the poached pear salad dressed in a 15-year aged balsamic that relieves diners from suffering through its terrible twos. A choice of locally raised butternut squash puree with maple crème fraiche or steamed PEI mussels in a Portuguese coconut piri piri broth set senses alight and break the news to hunger that it's time to find new bodies to loiter near. Main courses give duos options between land and sea with Black Angus flat iron steak or a cataplana of seafood—a savoury, vibrant stew that buoys senses with its flavour mélange of tomato, shrimp broth, and fresh coriander. Complete the five-course experience with dessert plates populated with warm apple cobbler, a hot coffee and ice-cream drink, and an almond-butter cookie. Though not included in this offer, guests may also opt for a curated wine pairing ($20/person) to accompany dishes and rouge lips for free.
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    6146 Main Street
    Whitchurch Stouffville, ON CA
  • Ambiyan
    Ambiyan lets diners pivot their palates off the beaten path, sampling a fragrant array of traditional and contemporary Indian fare. Both the in-house menu and carryout menu offer vibrant victuals to suit every variety of palate, unless that palate's favourite flavour is string theory. Start off your meal mélange with appetizers such as the vegetable samosas (dine-in $7; carryout $4.95), crispy golden pillows puffed up with potato and green pea stuffing. Like an ox-pulled rocket ship, dinner links old with new: try a traditional dish such as the butter chicken (dine-in $15; carryout $11.95), delicate poultry breast in a creamy tomato-infused sauce. Then, skip ahead to contemporary specialties such as seafood xacutti (dine-in $24; carryout $17.95), a net's worth of sea scallops, tiger prawns, and crab in a robust coconut curry. Hungry herbivores too will find much to masticate, such as the eggplant bharta, which dazzles palates with roasted eggplant floating on a zesty zephyr of green peas and ginger (dine-in $10; carryout $8.95).
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    149 Main Street
    Unionville, ON CA
  • Markham
    Hailed by the Globe and Mail as “a restaurant serving ramen with a heart of gold” where “fresh noodles [are made] daily,” Niwatei’s team of culinary wizards toil ceaselessly to create a menu full of comforting Japanese fare. Each steaming bowl of noodles wallows in a broth based on miso, shio (soy sauce), tonkotsu (pork bone), or the writings of Margaret Atwood. The skilled chefs pride themselves on the gustatory integrity of their slurpable masterpieces, informing the Globe and Mail reporter that they “do not do takeout [as] the noodles would not taste right”.
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    3160 Steeles Avenue East
    Markham, ON CA
  • Druxy's Famous Deli
    Smoked meat. Albacore tuna and sockeye salmon salad. Pear, mango, avocado, and brie. For more than 38 years, staff members at Druxy's more than 45 locations have built traditional, deli-style sandwiches based entirely on their customers? requests, no matter how unorthodox or how difficult it becomes to eat the resulting masterpiece. A roster of 11 breads and more than 50 toppings means that each sandwich is someone's personal favorite. Staff members are also willing to go big; if a regular sandwich can?t fill your appetite, they'll gladly add as much meat as you would like for a nominal extra charge (the current heavyweight champion is a 42 oz. corned beef on rye). At the heart of the operation are Druxy's delicatessen roots, still apparent in the steaming hot meats sliced to order and the kosher dill pickle wedges served with each sandwich. In addition to their deli favorites, Druxy's can meet any craving; their menu includes everything from a design your own salad bar to comforting grilled cheese sandwiches and more than 30 soups. While corned beef and grilled cheese might not sound like the definition of healthy eating, Druxy's salads, along with four sandwiches and six soups, are Healthier Options with less fat and sodium and more protein and fibre. Druxy's also carries on this dedication to healthy nutrition by crafting gluten-free, lactose-free, and vegan options for diners with food sensitivities.
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    379 Church St.
    Markham, ON CA
  • Druxy's Famous Deli
    Smoked meat. Albacore tuna and sockeye salmon salad. Pear, mango, avocado, and brie. For more than 38 years, staff members at Druxy's more than 45 locations have built traditional, deli-style sandwiches based entirely on their customers? requests, no matter how unorthodox or how difficult it becomes to eat the resulting masterpiece. A roster of 11 breads and more than 50 toppings means that each sandwich is someone's personal favorite. Staff members are also willing to go big; if a regular sandwich can?t fill your appetite, they'll gladly add as much meat as you would like for a nominal extra charge (the current heavyweight champion is a 42 oz. corned beef on rye). At the heart of the operation are Druxy's delicatessen roots, still apparent in the steaming hot meats sliced to order and the kosher dill pickle wedges served with each sandwich. In addition to their deli favorites, Druxy's can meet any craving; their menu includes everything from a design your own salad bar to comforting grilled cheese sandwiches and more than 30 soups. While corned beef and grilled cheese might not sound like the definition of healthy eating, Druxy's salads, along with four sandwiches and six soups, are Healthier Options with less fat and sodium and more protein and fibre. Druxy's also carries on this dedication to healthy nutrition by crafting gluten-free, lactose-free, and vegan options for diners with food sensitivities.
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    1490 Denison Street
    Markham, ON CA
  • Smash Kitchen & Bar
    Smash Kitchen & Bar might just prove that fire is the most powerful of the elements. Its coal oven's sweltering temperatures can cook a pizza in a matter of minutes. Beyond the traditional pepperonis and mushrooms, the chefs use their dough as a canvas for seafood. They get creative with the seasonings, too: the Pride of Nova Scotia pie, for example, holds white sauce, mozzarella, lobster, roasted garlic, pico de gallo, and shaved parmesan. The rest of the menu departs from the coal oven but sticks to a from-scratch ethos. Each day, chefs grind USDA beef and form it into patties?two for every burger. Regular ketchup won't cut it, either. The chefs make their own condiments for burgers and other meaty dishes, including barbecue ribs. Of course, diners don't see this diligent preparation. They're too busy watching sports on flat-screen TVs, sharing house-made donuts by the fireplace, or sipping one of Smash's signature drinks out on the patio. The team mixes cocktails such as mojitos, pours draft beer, and blends signature milkshakes, with the option to childproof them by adding a liqueur for a few dollars more.
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    4261 Hwy 7 E
    Markham, ON CA
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