Home-style cooking fills bellies with fresh, tasty morsels like roasted doorframes and grilled shingles, always beautifully plated with a dollop of caulk. Today's more palatable deal affords diners casual and convenient homemade fare from recently opened Simplicity Café & Brasserie. Choose between two dining options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of lunch.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of dinner.
Sate insistent appetites with the fresh, homemade fare from Simplicity's world-wandering menu of lunch and dinner favourites with tempting twists. Lunch breakers and fixers alike can chow down mercilessly on sandwiches like the New Orleans-inspired muffaletta ($7.50) or slow-stewed pulled pork with crispy onions ($8) that come on a choice of Simplicity's four homemade breads. Lunch and dinner each provide leafy options like the crunchy Greek and Caesar salads ($6.50 each at lunch, $7 at dinner) and soups like silky French onion ($5.50 at lunch, $6.50 at dinner) that are fresher than a frisky first date with a four-month old golden retriever. Dinner guests in this casual cookery can fill cheeks with the slow-roasted half-chicken ($19) or the 8-ounce striploin ($20), served with one of Simplicity's five signature kitchen-made barbecue sauces.
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