Brick Street Bakery  

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Date Added: February 10, 2006
Address: 55 Mill ST , Toronto
Phone: (416) 214-4949

Nearest Major Intersection: King St & Parliament St

Details

Reservations Required: N/a
Delivery: No (or n/a)
Dress Code: N/a

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Rebecca Overall: December 7, 2006
0 out of 0 people found this review helpful. THIS PLACE WAS TERRIBLE! I went with my family for lunch one day. The location was totally empty but this place seemed to have a bit of a line so we thought i might be good. Big mistake!
The food was average for a tourist location but the counter service was terrible and they messed up the orders of 3 out of the 5 of us! The food took forever and was overpriced for what we got. I could also see into the back and it was filthy - i almost didn't want to eat the food brought out to us!

I would not suggest going to this place - try the cafe around the corner instead.

I do not recommend this place.
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Breezy

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Overall: August 25, 2006
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful. This little bakery in the Distillery district is very popular! So, seeing a long line we decided to give it a try for lunch.
Their lunch fare consists mainly of sandwiches and, on this occasion, a vegetarian curry (which I tried). Everyone enjoyed their meals, and prices were reasonable.
They don't offer any indoor seating but they have a few outdoor tables which are nice. Their desserts all looked excellent, although we did not partake in any.

I recommend this place.
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