While driving off of Queensway into Sherway Gardens, what do you see? Maybe Indigo? Well depending which way you’re coming from, you can’t miss the huge white letters JOEY SHERWAY.
So this place is gargantuan huge! Seating everywhere. Lots of different choices on the menu. Choose between climbing the large staircase in the middle of the resto or sneak around the side and take the elevator up (me, lazy) to the open-air balcony. Staff wearing black running around on a crazy day. Trust me, expect it!
What we ordered:
Japanese Gyoza ($12.50) – Tasty little pieces. It’s nice to dip the dumpling into the sauce. Not nice if you double dip.
Calamari Fritti ($14.00) – Crunchy not soggy. Not fishy at all and great tasting batter.
Ravioli With Lobster Cream And Grilled Shrimps ($23.50) – Price is a little steep for my liking but this dish a favourite of mine.
Steak Frites ($22.50) – All time classic. Cooked well. Nothing like fries to munchy-on.
Farmers Market Chicken Salad ($18.50) – Joey Sherway used to have the Superfood Salad 500 that was my all-time favourite. Now that it’s been replaced with this one, I sort of feel like I got ripped off. Plus they added more kale and beets than I really needed. Kale + beets = super bitter.
Pros: The staff are great here. They know their stuff and are super friendly. The food is great and very tasty if you choose the one you’re in the mood for. I highly recommend sitting on the balcony. On a bright clear day, it is a beautiful view and nothing feels better than having the warm sun while you eat with family and friends.
Cons: Indoor lighting is a little dark if you are seated further into the restaurant. There is only one entrance from the outside. There is no entrance/exit into the mall. If you are sitting on the balcony, make sure it’s a nice day. If it’s too bright, the ceiling fans might not be enough to cool you down (wear sunblock!) and if it’s too cold then bring a jacket because the ceiling heaters will not warm you up.
Advice: If you’re on a diet, this place is NOT for you. Pay by credit card because normal people don’t usually carry over $100 to pay for a lunch bill.
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