(Submitted by LeighBeadon)Yasi's Place  


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Date Added: April 5, 2006
Address: 299 Wallace AVE , Toronto
Phone: (416) 536-9888

Nearest Major Intersection: Dundas St W & Bloor St W


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


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uhclem Overall: November 7, 2006
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful. What a joy to find Yasi's! Interesting range of foods, some original flavours, (several interesting Turkish dishes) and a consciousness of Vegan/vegetarian needs that's still too rare. Added bonus is free wifi: last time I was in there were five people doing online play/work there. Add a wall-covering map of local interesting spots, New Yorkers, comic books, and other light reading choices and it exactly what a fine community restaurant should be.

Best tip: their daily home-made soups!

I recommend this place.
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Food Dee Overall: September 14, 2006
4 out of 7 people found this review helpful. Yasi's place certainly has the look and 'feel' of a great hip urban find, but unfortunately, the food leaves a lot to be desired. The brunch dishes seem interesting, but their version of home fries is very heavy on the curry. While I enjoy curry-spiced things most of the time, it's not a flavor I want to encounter first thing in the morning. The organic/vegan dishes are certainly appealing, but their attitude is a little heavy-handed - for instance, don't try ordering a diet soda because they don't serve soda (not healthy enough for you).

I've been a few times, I'm in the neighborhood, and it's exactly the type of establishment needed here. I would love to go more often, but I got sick of being disappointed with my meals. I'd recommend it to a stranger (who knows what they like), but not to a friend. They should take some menu and chef advice from Mitzi's in Parkdale, which is a similar vibe (small place in an urban neighborhood) but excels in food originality, changing up the menu, and overall, taste!

I do not recommend this place.
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Overall: May 13, 2006
6 out of 8 people found this review helpful. Yasi's Place is a lucky find, hidden on Wallace avenue between the train tracks. The staff and the regulars are extremely welcoming, and the food is tasty and healthy (a lot of organic and vegan choices).

It's also a great community centre, with writer's circles and garden building projects.

I recommend this place.
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