I was there for the last lunch they served. There was a long line up and several TV crews. After 64 years and three generations this Toronto landmark is now gone. "So long and thanks for all the fish!"
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I just heard that this wonderful little family-run shop is closing after 60+ years, and I could almost cry, Their food has been that good. If you are reading this before Oct 10, 2014 do yourself a favour and eat there-now. I have never, ever...More
As many reviewers have noted, this emporium offers the finest fish & chips in North America (and better than you can find today in the UK in my opinion) Streisand has been a repeat customer and has recommended Penrose on stage more than once. Now...More
I was looking forward to trying this F&C shop for some time before I went, so you can imagine my disappointment when you read about all the problems with this restaurant. First impressions mean a lot and I should have done a u-turn at the...More
you should definitely have the mushy peas with mint and the lemon meringue pie.great sélections of sodas food is .very reasonably priced and cooked right there at the front. glad i found the place.
If you like Fish & Chips and are in Toronto then you must find your way to Penrose at 600 Mt. Pleasant Ave. You are greeted by the owner as you walk in, the restaurant is clean and the staff are friendly. The menu is...More
After a long day at work, and walking home, it is so nice to drop in and pickup dinner. I usually get more than one meal so I can have 'left overs' that taste just as good as the first meal. First rate.
I've had Fish and Chips in many places throughout my life. Penrose, however, still manages to trump them all. The fish is always terrific and the fries are sublime. They even have an awesome array of old soda brands that you just can't find anywhere...More
This midtown eatery was opened By Brits Roly and Marion Johnston in 1950. The place is now owned and run by their son Dave and his family. With a small eat in restaurant and a busy takeout business, many (including the writer, a Brit also)...More