I wondered what Marilyn Munroe would do if she walked into a restaurant in small town Ontario to find it paid homage to the late actress. It is a small cafe, unpretentious and on a quiet street, so when you walk in to find the place full, it's a bit of a shock. The food was creative and fun, the staff (dining and kitchen) are youthful and obviously enjoy what you do. The decor is basic, and things are made from scratch so be prepared to wait, especially if the tables are full.
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