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Milk ‘N Honey is a cute restaurant and a fan favorite among its loyal customers. Owned by Moshe Zombeck, the restaurant has a colorful decor, featuring painted murals along the walls. Comfortable chairs, cushioned booths and blue tabletops add to the light and casual mood.
The restaurant features an array of dairy and vegetarian dishes, perfect for lunch or a light, yet, fulfilling dinner. For starters, the Mushroom Barley Soup or the French Onion Soup offer robust and filling choices. One can pick from any number of salads and dressings, with an old-time favorite, Caesar Salad leading the way. Their healthy sandwiches and wraps are also popular items. However, if you’re not from around the area, you must try the Panzarotti - it’s incredible. The calzone-like pizza-in-a-pocket, is oversized and fun to eat. Just be careful when you first get it, because that delectable filling inside the pocket can be very hot.
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There are plenty of pasta and fish entrees, most of which come with a House Soup. Speaking of soup, the restaurant also offers a very nice cold Strawberry-Cherry Soup, that is extremely refreshing on a warm Toronto day. Also be sure to inquire about their daily fish and pasta specials. The fresh Grilled Salmon, lightly marinated in a honey mustard sauce, happens to be delicious and will literally melt in your mouth. And speaking of melting in your mouth, desserts are their specialty, with the homemade cheesecake being a must.
Milk ‘N Honey also provides catering with many platters to choose from, such as Scoop, Fruit and Cheese and Smoked Fish platters. Any combination of platters is always available. Salads, finger foods and hot trays are offered as well.
Milk N' Honey (Tor.)
Krista- 03/31/08 I recently hosted an event for chich Kosher fare was required. I called well in advance to order the food from Milk 'n Honey for the event. After a difficult time getting a hold of anyone, I finally was asked to send a fax with the details and was told someone would get back to me with a quote. Two days later I had to call to verify my fax was received, and was answered with, "I will check. If you don't hear back from me today then it means we did get it". Five days after that I had to call to follow up. I was told the quote was ready and was put on hold while the person was apparently obtaining it. Three minutes and some seconds later, he came back and told me he had "a funeral on the other line" and he would call me right back. I never heard from him. Thank goodness for the competition across the street, Dairy Treats, as with short notice they provided me with excellent service and excellent food and the event turned out to be a big success.
Milk N' Honey (Tor.)
Zach- 02/27/08 Recently went for dinner and we ordered eggplant parmesan and hickory smoked salmon as the main course, as well as squash soup and french onion soup. The squash soup was fine, while the french onion soup had a funny aftertaste. The eggplant parmesan was more like a doughy pocket with not much eggplant. The salmon was very fishy, as was the rice (did they cook this WITH the salmon??) Presentation of the salmon was nice, as was the waiter.
Bottom line, an unsatisfactory experience with overpriced food; I will never go back.