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We always order chili chicken
It’s been my kids favourite . I find the food it’s very good . I do a lot of take out and So far everything has gone well.
I’ve read so many negative comments about the service. I hope to...More
The staff here is rude, has no proper customer service vocabulary. They talk to you like you are stupid. Very condescending. They blatantly show you their frustration. I am truly surprised to see they are still in business. Food is Ok.
Frederick's Restaurant always been our first pick to dine or take out. The food used to be excellent and flavorful. The last few visits it has been bad experience. The food does not taste the same any more. The egg fried rice was just colored...More
Generally we love the food there and stop in each time we’re in town. The shrimp pakoras are delicious! The service however is atrocious and it’s been the same every time we have stopped in for dinner.
This is perhaps my fourth visit in the last six months. Their Shrimp pakoda, as always, was superb and the real reason why I go to Fredericks. The service, as always was very impersonal. None of the waiters know how to smile or to make...More
Went there on Tuesday dinner with family and place had only few tables. We are server quickly with appetizers spring roll very oily and dumplings microwaved. And then comes the dinner more quickly then a fast food chain would have served Cold noodles and chicken...More
Coming from NYC and having been to LA and SF's Chinatowns, I thought I had seen it all. I discovered Hakka cuisine a few years ago from a recipe site I frequent. After having been to Toronto once, it was clear the Asian food, and...More
Very average Chinese food... if your going here thinking it’s Indo-Chinese just the names are Indo-Chinese they don’t taste like it at all... we were sent here by a cousin saying it’s really good but honestly wasn’t impressed at all have eaten better Chinese than...More
Situated astride Lake Ontario, Scarborough is a district heavily influenced by immigration. With a number of low-rent shopping and dining options making it a highly affordable part of town, and boasting one of Toronto's largest shopping malls, the otherwise green suburban neighborhood is a good place to go for bargains and discounts. It also draws in photographers. The spires, archways, and cavernous
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