KARBOUZI

2048 AV­ENUE ROAD • 416 483 3846 www.karbouzi.com

North Toronto Post - - Kids -

Karbouzi's story be­gins in Toronto 1970. Effie and Terry moved to a photography shop on Av­enue Road, which they ren­o­vated and opened up as "City Burger Inn"- a diner style restau­rant, which later be­came nick­named "City Restau­rant". The year 1992 brought ma­jor changes when the "boys", Jim and Nick, de­cided to re­vamp the fam­ily diner to a tra­di­tional Greek restau­rant called Karbouzi (meaning “wa­ter­melon” in Greek)! With a mediter­ranean feel, colour­ful stucco walls and a brand new menu, the restau­rant has come a long way since it’s roots, but the im­por­tant things have al­ways re­mained the same- the de­li­cious home cook­ing and the warm, friendly at­mos­phere are what keeps the fam­ily tra­di­tion alive and the cus­tomers com­ing back for more! Now a sta­ple on Av­enue Road, Karbouzi is open for both lunch and din­ner, boast­ing a menu filled with tra­di­tional Greek del­i­ca­cies from Sou­vlaki to Mous­saka to flam­ing Sa­ganaki. And don’t for­get to try our much loved Tzaziki! Also of­fer­ing cater­ing and large group reser­va­tions, Karbouzi’s hot & cold com­bi­na­tion plat­ters are sure to be a hit at your next event. Open Mon­day -Satur­day 11:00am-10:00pm. For more in­for­ma­tion visit: www.karbouzi.com.

Owner: Jim Kostan­ta­kos

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