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Last updated: 10th October of 2020
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What Exactly Is This Place? If you want to have Jewish-style foods, try United Bakers Dairy Restaurant in Lawrence Ave. This restaurant was established in 1912. It was at first just a bakery specializing in baked goods and dairy products. A young couple from Keltz opened this bakery. Their Fourth generation now runs this Toronto’s oldest dairy restaurant. This restaurant is known for its tasty meals and food which contain only dairy or pareve ingredients. In this restaurant, you will feel at home. They are one of the very few numbers of kosher-style Dairy restaurants in Toronto. Remember that their menu is limited to dairy, egg, and fish-based meals regarding Jewish dietary laws; you are not allowed to bring meat on the premises; but don’t worry, if you are interested in bacon and eggs, you won’t miss them here!
What Are The Must-Tries? You will taste your grandmother’s food served on a Sunday afternoon: some simple and a bit bland foods in this restaurant. They serve mealy winter salad, tomato, different crispy cakes, and French fries as a side; remember that their French fries are among the best-undiscovered ones in Toronto. They serve bread or bagel with all of their meals. The smoked salmon bagel sandwich with salad and fries is something unforgettable. The onions, cheese blintzes, Hamentashen in the sandwiches are so tasteful. This sandwich is so bulky, and maybe you need a sharp knife and fork; also, you will need a doggy bag because you probably won’t be able to eat half of the sandwich at the time. It is a good idea to order Greek salad and spinach salad dressing as sides. Try tuna sandwich on dark rye bread and pea soup; the sandwich is so delicious with the taste of flavorful tuna, and the soup is a rich one; you will feel deeply satisfied after this meal. Lox Deluxe Club is a Straight fire sandwich with Pumpernickel bread, red onion, light cream cheese, lettuce, tomato, and of course LOX; this loaded sandwich is a bomb that will satisfy you. It will melt in your mouth. Try also their Salmon Club House sandwich full of salmon, cream cheese, onion. This sandwich is big enough that you can’t eat all of it. Vegetarians can also have a great Vegetarian chopped liver sandwich there.
What Does It Look Like? You will find a casual atmosphere inside the restaurant, nice seating inside with its outdated décor from the 1950s; you will feel at home in this warm atmosphere. The interior space is large with low lighting; the mirror on the ceiling looks super tacky. If you are interested in a quiet, safe, and relaxing atmosphere, this is your place. Its old-decorated looking will invoke your nostalgia memories and feeling for its old customers. There is also a pastry section in front of the restaurant to grab some biscotti and chocolate croissants.
Anything Else I Should Know? You can find free parking in the mall complex they are located in. The wait time in this restaurant is minimal because their space is large. Remember that you will see lots of families with young kids there during the weekend mornings, so if your tolerance for kids is low, avoid this place at that time. It is a good place for families with kids and friends. Their menu is large, but you wouldn’t find meat on it. It is better to make a reservation at least a couple of hours earlier.
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