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Rating: NNNGINGER (695 Yonge, 966-2424) Once the domain of the burger chains, Yonge Street is now known for its noodles..


Rating: NNN

GINGER (695 Yonge, 966-2424) Once the domain of the burger chains, Yonge Street is now known for its noodles. Sure, there are fancier spots nearby, but this unpretentious Vietnamese cafeteria take-away is fast becoming a favourite. Best: meal-in-one soups like hot ‘n’ sour seafood soup with shrimp, mussels, scallops, squid, enoki mushrooms and rice vermicelli multiple meat and veg combos like skewered and grilled shrimp with flattened pork chops over sticky rice chili beef with papaya or chicken breast with mango salad durian ice cream $2.75 domestic beer. Complete dinners for $10, including all taxes, tip and a glass of house plonk. Open daily 11 am to 11 pm. Beer and wine only. Smoke-free. Access: barrier-free. Rating: NNN

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