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NEW: Frankly Eatery

1118 Queen Street East, Toronto


So, I first posted about Frankly Eatery in April.  Our friends opened up Frankly (the name deriving from them not knowing quite frankly what name to give it) in Leslieville and we finally got the chance to check it out this past weekend.

Loving the signage outside and how warm and cosy the interior is.

They had a few weekend specials, one of them being: Scrambled eggs w/ scape-jalapeno pesto topped with sausage & bacon, tomato and red scallions served w/side salad & baguette.

Everything Everything was fresh and came out hot and tasting delicious.

I got my standard: French Toast (Vanilla cinnamon French toast topped with our mixed berry compote and pure maple syrup and a side of fresh fruit. $7.75).  I have to admit I knew what I was going to get when I saw the menu before Frankly Eatery even opened 🙂 And it was incredible – we were loving the baquettes and the berry sauce on top.  Perfect.

The Aloo Parantha (large Indian style flatbread stuffed with shredded spiced potatoes served with a homemade cilantro sour cream and side salad 8.50) was cooked to perfection – exactly the way we like it, tasting wonderfully homemade.

The Egg Bhurji (Spicy Indian style scramble with onions, peas and tomatoes served with green salad and sliced baguette. $8.50) was amazing!! Definitely something I would get again.

One of the other specials was the Tandoori Chicken Wrap  (Tandoori chicken, slaw, roasted chick peas, garlic aioli w/ side salad) which, with the side salad, was quite filling.

And finally, there they are! The fantastic crew bringing it all together: great job guys – everyone is loving the place and we can’t wait to come back! 

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7 thoughts on “NEW: Frankly Eatery

  1. Congratulations to Alka, Chris and Rick on creating an amazing restaurant and atmosphere!! What a unique and delicious menu – I’m looking forward to my next visit with eggs bhurji and allo parantha with mango tea AND coffee again!

    Posted by Neil | June 29, 2010, 13:34
  2. Looks delish! Love the signage too…hope to try it sometime.

    Posted by Lurgs | June 22, 2010, 16:41
  3. You must bring me here for breakfast!

    Posted by akim_hobo | June 22, 2010, 12:43
  4. The Aloo Parantha looks great and it sounds like such a fun place:)
    Kisses darling

    Posted by Diana | June 22, 2010, 10:02


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