Also known as Hunter’s Pizza apparently. Anyways, I’ve been going to this Greek place ever since I was a wee lad back in middle school, and I do think it’s about time I shared it with the rest of the world. (Because it’s pretty darn good for the price point!)
Location: 2574 Birchmount Road
Phone #: (416)291-6340
The place is definitely pretty retro, kind of like its in a place ‘out of time’ or something like that. The service is still as friendly as ever, and the lunch options are seriously humongous.
We start off with a bruschetta, which is more rustic than I’m used to these days with large hunks of toasted baguette and large tomatoes, onions, feta cheese and green peppers piled high along with a little bit of marinara sauce. It’s pretty heavy for an appetizer, but those with big stomachs can definitely appreciate this! Everything is fresh, of course.
I think there were two pounds of food on my plate, not even going to lie. My moist pork souvlaki was on a nice toasty pita bread, and the tatziki sauce (a Greek yogurt sauce, for the uninitiated) was jazzed up with a generous helping of dill, providing an additional layer of feel good flavors. 3 quarters of this already big plate had Greek salad on it too. Everything was fairly fresh, and I will be perfectly honest with you — for once, I was unable to finish my meal and I had to pack some of it out to go!
Final Thoughts: When it comes to Greek food, I am no expert (not even a self-proclaimed one :P) but if you want generous helpings of generously priced, good tasting food, I don’t think you can go wrong with Hunter’s. If anybody does happen to go and they try one of the Pizzas, do tell me how it is — it’s the one thing that I have oddly enough never tried, though apparently they are quite delicious. Don’t forget to grab a chocolate milk shake while you’re stopping by, since they’re delicious! I had one, but completely forgot to take a picture of it somehow.