Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Canadian, Mediterranean, and other international cuisine for tables of 2 or more
- $20 for $40 worth of Canadian, Mediterranean, and other international cuisine for tables of 4 or more
The menu trots the globe, stopping in Greece for chicken souvlaki ($14.95), Italy for three-cheese lasagna ($12.95), and Asia for vegetarian orange-ginger stir-fry ($13.95). Four types of poutine stick close to home ($8.95+), whereas philly-cheesesteak subs head south of the border ($10.95).
Joe's Food Emporium
Joe's Food Emporium boasts on its website that its menu has "everything you'll ever want to eat," and it's hardly an exaggeration. The menu spans countries as well as continents—though the kitchen prizes locally grown vegetables as well as healthful doses of extra-virgin olive oil and pure canola oil. North American starters of Cajun chicken and cheese quesadillas work their way up in longitude, eventually settling on poutines that can incorporate cheese curds, chili, or donair meat. Mediterranean recipes yield plates of falafel, pesto pizza, and seafood penne, and stir-fries toss veggies and curry tiger shrimp in flavorful Asian sauces. The selection of oven-baked subs is an atlas all its own, ranging from the hawaiian to the Old English, whose turkey, ham, mozzarella, and vegetables are served atop a page of the Charter of Cnut. Adults belly up to the old-fashioned wood bar to watch the game, whereas diners of all ages enjoy cheesecake and banana splits on the open patio.