In the rare case that I'm not absorbed in catching up with GOT7 news, I'll find myself staring mindlessly out the window of the bus while nodding to recent K-Pop releases, making mental notes about the unfamiliar-looking storefronts that pop up every now and then along Yonge. By engaging in this, I've unintentionally developed a casual to-go list suppressed deep in my brain folds, ready to call forth when the time arrives for the next North York excursion.
I had recalled sauntering by its patio on numerous occasions, given the eatery's proximity to Sheppard station as well as North York Civic Centre. Digital reviews had remarked on the compactness of the establishment, limited service and seating, and speedy delivery times - all were proven to be true with our visit.
We settled for the Chicken Sate Entree and Beef Rendang, specifying the coconut rice upgrade (an additional dollar) for the former and relaying our concerns towards the spice level of the latter. The mustached man dismissed our woes about mildness, responding that it wasn't spicy in the slightest. This, of course, was a subjective opinion and he cared not a smidgen about whether his clients would be able to enjoy the dish's underlying seasonings whatsoever.