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Pizza
#91
Heart broken by the loss of Benny's. That was my go-to breakfast spot. I didn't care for the lunch or the dinner menu however.
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#92
The last time we were at Zay Zaman Restaurant we decided to try their Chicken Shawarma pizza.  The large, eight slice, pizza for $10.99 is a good deal.  We started eating the pizza in their tiny seating area but we couldn't finish it so we took the rest home.  The pizza was good.  However, I have been so spoiled by thin crust pizza that I found Zay Zaman's pizza too doughy.   

   

We asked for hot sauce and garlic sauce and mushrooms as an added topping.  It was good but I think we'll go to this place for the Shawarma plate or wrap.  I think they are better than their pizza.
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#93
That looks amazing! But I, like you, like thin crust. I wonder if that's something they can do?
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#94
Papa John's Pizza is Opening another location in Kitchener. they are opening a new location At Victoria and Lawrence where KC Convenience used to be. Hasty Market opened in the other portion of the old KC Convenience. It's interesting seeing that building become a plaza. Did it used to be a plaza? I know M&M Meats first location was there according to a History article I read about them.
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#95
That plaza was originally three units, yes.
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#96
(05-30-2019, 12:59 PM)KevinL Wrote: That plaza was originally three units, yes.

Cool Thanks for the info. Do you know what used to be there?
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#97
My memory doesn't serve me much beyond that fact, sorry.
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#98
Did their location at Sixo close already?
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#99
(06-01-2019, 07:40 AM)Spokes Wrote: Did their location at Sixo close already?

That one was closed for years. Before the overpass was built if I remember.
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(05-31-2019, 07:44 PM)KevinL Wrote: My memory doesn't serve me much beyond that fact, sorry.

That's okay I'm just happy to know more about that building, I guess that means the building did a 360. I'm fascinated with all KW History. No matter how trivial.
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(05-30-2019, 07:24 AM)TMKM94 Wrote: Papa John's Pizza is Opening another location in Kitchener. they are opening a new location At Victoria and Lawrence where KC Convenience used to be. Hasty Market opened in the other portion of the old KC Convenience. It's interesting seeing that building become a plaza. Did it used to be a plaza? I know M&M Meats first location was there according to a History article I read about them.

NICE! That's a lot closer to me than Fairway (which is kind of hidden). Now I wonder if this is "another location" or simply a move.
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A Domino's has just opened at Fairway and Manitou.
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Did the Dominos move from the strip part of the plaza by Solar Dental?
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Not sure if this has been mentioned, but the pizza at Stark & Perri in Uptown is pretty amazing. My favourite in the region by far. Large and pitcher for $28, great deal.
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(07-04-2019, 04:55 PM)urbd Wrote: Not sure if this has been mentioned, but the pizza at Stark & Perri in Uptown is pretty amazing. My favourite in the region by far. Large and pitcher for $28, great deal.

When recommending pizza, it's always good to mention what kind of pizza it is -- people have very different preferences.
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