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Celine Asril
 • 10 Jun 2014 245 reviews 9 followers
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Can you believe we only paid $90 for this entire meal? Good, affordable Italian food still exists after all! We believe Waterloo Times is able to offer $20++ set lunches (not what we had, but should have) and well-priced dishes that are full of quality ingredients and flavours because of it's off-kilter location at Waterloo Centre. We were skeptical at first, but after one visit, we understand why this bistrot with less than 30 seats is fast gaining popularity: it'd be too lengthy for us to go into the details of every dish, just make sure you order the seared calamari with pickled fennel and balsamic glaze starter ($15), and the daily special Skinny-pizza-esque skinny pizza (chef did head the kitchens of #SkinnyPizza) made with specials-of-the-day ingredients. If you're lucky, you'll find the squid ink seafood pasta ($18) on the chalkboard menu - regular pasta tossed with generous squirts of squid ink. It's one of the lightest, still arresting squid ink dishes we've had. As always we're here to share the good news: you can book a table via us on HungryGoWhere. Seats will go fast - good luck!

I spent $33 per person.

Must tries: Mango Pavlova, seafood pasta in squid ink, Beef Pizza, Seafood soup

I also recommend this place for:
Ala Carte, Anniversary, Children/Family, Chillout, Dinner, Girls Night Out, Hidden Find, Lunch, Quiet, Romance/First Dates
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