So simple yet so delicious. We weren’t even hungry but had to stop in to try the sandwiches. I’m glad we did. You have to order what they recommend which is a blessing.
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I love bologna and have been anxious to try this restaurant. I was not disappointed. The bologna sandwich is unassuming but memorable. I opted for “no cheese”. I also had an “egg creme” drink and was equally impressed. The half sour pickle was a perfect...More
Squeezed in on a rainy day. I did not realize that I was stepping through a time capsule as I entered the set of the "Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz." The main item is the Wilensky Special with a choice of cheeses and a pickle. Fountain...More
We stopped in for "the special" sandwich and a cherry cola. Delicious. Neat spot to check out if you're in the area. We stopped in for a quick bite before heading to the brewery down the street, Dieu du ciel. I'd recommend !
This small restaurant has been opened since 1932.it is a landmark in the mile end area. One of those restaurants where families go from one generation to another. They still do things the way they did them decades ago. Nice eggy buns, good old salami...More
This is a must visit in Montreal. The sandwich is so tasty and fresh! Pickles are delicious as well as old fashioned sodas they prepare. The owners are very friendly! I will come back whenever in city. A must visit in Montreal.
This place is a throwback to a different time. What makes the wilensky's special special is that it is nothing special. It was at one time a cheap light lunch for a poor immigrant community. Now of course it is a tourist destination and a...More
This eight-stool diner in the Mile End (operated by the Wilensky family since 1932) is a "must do" on your Toronto foodie checklist. There's a very short menu of food items, but if it's your first time, you'll order the famous grilled bologna and salami...More