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T&T Supermarket Downtown Toronto Store Opens Aug 23

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IronMac wrote:
Sep 9th, 2007 6:55 am
Portions too big? :lol:

Imagine the carping if the portions were too small?!?! :lol:
They could make both large and small portions.


Also the quality of the chicken seems inconsistent. The other day I bought a whole cooked chicken at the Milliken location (the huge yellow ones with ginger/green onion at $4.99 or so) and it was tough to eat and very dry. Didn't even have taste when I cooked with noodles afterwards (removed skin of course). I guess you get what you pay for! I should have picked the smaller ones ... LOL.

The prepared spicy large crab at Warden location however was very good. I pick one up everytime I'm there late at night when it's reduced to $5.99 or $6.99 (did it go up in price lately?). I love lobster and crab!
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there's two near me. one is a steeles and one is at middlefield.. aint i lucky? :)
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I've been to the one that's opened in downtown TO. It's very clean and tidy. However, they use so much plastic and styrofoam wrapping it's unbelievable. Produce section - fruits and veggies - almost everything is already prebagged, prepackaged or saran wrapped. Not good for environment. Also, I found a lot of crap products - like sugarcoated dates - hello? dates already have enough sugar so they don't need to be additionally drenched in sugar and honey. Products I would never buy - questionable products with lots of crap inside (colorings, additives, chemicals and so on). Products that don't carry English labels - yeah, so what if most customers are Chinese, this is Canada and at least the products should have English stickers of what's inside (not to mention that Canadian labeling is a little bit more thorough = added safety). Almost none of the staff speak English - again, don't ask for Oxford English, but this is Canada and some basic English skills should be a must. They don't carry Tamarind Paste!!!! I did buy some stuff, but don't know if I'll return, it was just too crazy and too much hassle to find products I needed.
So, no thanks. I'll continue shopping at NoFrills on Photography Drive (amazing one with fresh fish, lots of ethnic products and so on).
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aimfox wrote:
Sep 9th, 2007 10:36 am
there's two near me. one is a steeles and one is at middlefield.. aint i lucky? :)
only if you call living near **** drivers lucky

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