The infamous New York street cart had successfully infiltrated north of the border just prior to my excursion to the States last summer. Nevertheless, I was in no rush and simply incorporated a visit into my Never Again, New York travels. Upon my return, news circulated that Heartland would welcome the second Canadian location of the franchise.
The tracking page had estimated a 50- to 60-minute wait time, and the company remained true to their words. My Chicken & Gyro Platter was lukewarm upon receipt, but that didn't bother me too tremendously. It was as satisfying as ever, and possibly featuring a lighter hand in terms of seasoning/spice content, which was fine by me.
4) Summer is defined by barbecues, picnics, and Grapefruit Radlers. Waterloo Brewing's edition is as robust as its IPA.
Takeout in the form of an Unagi Donburi and Regular Chirashi Don totalled fifty dollars even. Steeply priced as it was, the Chirashi was far less spectacular than the dine-in version that prompted the purchase. It also brought me great sadness that, while the marinade and price had me going back for seconds, the eel strips adorning the Unagi bowl were flimsy and rigid, almost to synthetic degree.
8) Looks like the Frosty has a new competitor in town