Soufi’s

NOW Magazine - - FOOD -

Break­fast, lunch, din­ner or snacks – Syr­ian man­aeesh, a flat­bread stuffed with top­pings like lab­neh, za’atar, hal­loumi or meat, does it all. Sam­ple the doughy good­ness for your­self at this newly up-and-run­ning fam­i­ly­owned cafe on Queen West, where the vibe is airy, the ser­vice is friendly and the prices are even friend­lier. Most of the man­aeesh of­fer­ings hover around the $6 mark, sides like tab­bouleh and hum­mus go for $5 or less, and dessert – all based on the tra­di­tional cheese­and-pas­try dish knaf­feh, in­clud­ing a banof­fee pie-style ver­sion – is $5.25. 676 Queen West, at Eu­clid, 416-7083173, soufis.ca

Ex-Chante­cler and Bar Fancy chef Jonathan Poon added some chef-y pedi­gree to every­one’s favourite cheap eat – the take­out slice – when he opened take-out/dine-in kitchen Su­per­point on Oss­ing­ton ear­lier this year. De­mand for de­liv­ery was so high that a take­out-only lo­ca­tion, Su­per­point Ex­press, fol­lowed not long after in Park­dale. Not ev­ery­thing here is su­per­bud­get, but it’s hard to beat a $5 slice, es­pe­cially when they come loaded with luxe top­pings like mush­room cream, Grana Padano, crem­ini ’shrooms and arugula. 184 Oss­ing­ton, 416-519-6996, and 269 Dunn, 416-901-4080, su­per­point.ca

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