Each table get at least 3 choices of hot sauce and every table get different once.... Amy the owner revealed that she have over 30 different types and is always on the lookout for more. I'll have to go back just to try her other hot sauce since you know how much I like my Spicy =P
~ Corn, red peppers, green onions and potatoes w/ fresh salsa and sour cream for dipping
For $7.95, this was very reasonably priced given there was 6pcs (^_^) This was serve pipping hot with a super crispy outer shell and moist inside. I'm not sure but I taste a touch of curry in it and it was so flavorful on it's own that you don't really need dipping sauce. But the salsa was so light and fresh that it's a great contrast to the hot heavier flavored fritters. ♥ this!!
So hungry, waiting for our main =P
So-Cal Fish Taco (Choice of Grilled or Fried)
The waitress recommended the grilled.... I found the whole thing very cold, wish the fish was served warm which will then be perfect with cold and refreshing pico de gallo on top (>_<) But nerveless the fish was still moist with the requisite of pretty grilled marks.
I did mention the "not-hot/warm" fish to Amy at the end and I was told that it's
very typical to serve it this way and she advice to order the fried version next time since it's fried to order and therefore served pipping hot (^_^)
The coleslaw on the side was very bland, lacking in flavor...
Adobo Marinated Steak Burrito
Since there's so many affordable and good burrito places in Toronto, you would have thought that Combine Eatery would have gone to great length for a better version but it was as typical as it get.
The steak was of better quality compare to other places and was cook just right with very well balance of flavor and ratio of every ingredient. It was very good!!!
Amy the owner who is Chinese, sat down to chat and ask our opinion, then treat us to complementary "dessert" shots (^_^) She recommended to come back next time to try the Fried fish Taco instead and the Shrimp taco (which another friend also recommended).
Will definitely go back for the fried fish and shrimp tacos before drawing my conclusion.
The Veggies Fritters is a must try but I would love to try their Twice Baked Potato Toquito.