Friday, September 14, 2007

The Tulip

1606 Queen Street East (at Coxwell)

It's been around since 1929 and is still a beloved neighborhood diner with line-ups out the door at all meal times for a reason.

On the Menu:
breakfast, steak, hot sandwiches, 2 kinds of spaghetti, cheap bottles of domestic beer

What We Ordered:

Peameal Eggs Benedict (huge serving, greasy sliced homefries, points off for packaged Hollandaise - apparently the same kind they use at Victory Cafe)

Open-faced Turkey (nice gravy - goes great with the homefries)

Burger (plain, but filling, fries extra - from the freezer, but the extra crispy battered kind)

Spaghetti (on the daily special menu -cheap- huge again, but your basic store bought sauce & pasta)

Prices: Under $10, except for the steak

Going back?

Yes! Steak!

Note: all day breakfast is advertised, but we're told this isn't the case

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