This very busy Toronto restaurant has been in business for a century. The soups, including their pea soup and beef barley, are excellent. The remaining fare is also good.
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Our cousins in Toronto suggested this place for brunch and it was super. Since that initial visit, we have been back to Toronto three other times and we always seem to end up here even though it is a 20 to 30 minute drive for...More
Food is very good. Service is quick and efficient. Good specials and food quality is excellent. Jewish-style food that is made well and tasty.
This place looks like a small bagel storefront, but appearances are deceiving. My friend and I had a delicious brunch, and didn’t break the bank. United Bakers opens up to a huge, hopping breakfast/ diner in the back, and the lineups can be long at...More
The large pea soup is small and the large salad too big. This restaurant has been in business for 100 years, so has its regular clientele and wait staff. No surprises! What you see is what you get: a dairy lover's delight and popular with...More
United is an amazing place. It is over a 100 year old, and has served the community for years. The food is great and although there is not meat...it is the most amazing breakfast, lunch, dinner....The waitress' and the bus boys are so much fun: