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silly_yak_mum

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For those of you dining out in Toronto, we had a great experience at Fire & Ice on Hwy 7 in Markham.

It's a stir fry restaurant and you pick your own veggies (like a giant salad bar.) It comes with your choice of protein and rice.

The only thing we really couldn't have were the noodles.

They had a print out of all the ingreadients for the sauces. So it was very easy to order.

They put a special note and then tell the guy who's doing your order so he doesn't add anything.

The food is plentiful, healthy, not too expensive and delicious. Their soy sauce does have Gluten so next time we'll bring our own.


Thank you for answering all the questions I never thought to ask.

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Peter's up that way (psawyer)....

Have you been there, Peter?

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No, I've never been there, although I have driven past it many times. It is about 4 km (2.5 miles) west of where I live, on the SW corner of Woodbine and Hwy 7. I'll have to give it a closer look.


Peter

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I definately recommend it. And, the stir fry meal comes with ice cream so even though it's the only gluten-free dessert - everyone's having it!


Thank you for answering all the questions I never thought to ask.

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