Streetsville, on the other hand, is less straightforward as the space is not only occupied by coffee shops and independent businesses, but also schools, some dwellings, and private lots.
On the bright side, street parking is extremely affordable. I suppose the only issue is finding and safely securing the spot amongst oncoming traffic.
Once orders were placed, we were informed of the extensive ten-minute wait time. Seating was abundant inside the quick-service eatery, but oily fumes and an overall sense of griminess prompted a walk around the square instead.
Ultimately, the wait averaged about seven minutes instead of the declared ten. The wraps were neatly bound in a dual-layer plastic wrap/paper casing and placed into a plastic bag with napkins (and plastic forks upon request).
The Beef Shawarma, on the other hand, was a great deal soggier. Pale orange garlic sauce escaped the wrap from all directions, ultimately leading to a messy, sticky turnout. Bits of seasoned beef could be tasted amidst the chaos, but the associated degree of satisfaction proved lower than other similar establishments.
The former was icy, sugar-laden, and artificially fruity - it was an expected profile, radiating nostalgia with every spoonful. Spiderman, though, was less impressive than the childhood favourite from Laura Secord, but its strong presence of banana was quite interesting.