I HAVE BEEN TOLD I DESERVE
“A FULL LIFE THAT ISN’T JUST ABOUT FIGHTING FOR THINGS”

The Lahore Tikka House on Gerrard is actually more like the Lahore Tikka Trailer Park. You pretty much sit in a portable (a Canadian English term referring to those mobile-home-like portable classrooms many of us were stuck with growing up). The essence of pretense himself, Steven Davey, assures us that “its two-year renovation is nearly complete…. Under billowing tents made from sari silk, more than 400 diners feast al fresco on a fiery card of tandoor-baked entrées.”

Does this look like “sari silk” to you?

Steel beams show through opening in Tyvek-covered wall, with two window holes covered in clear plastic

Writing a review of a restaurant that’s a battle zone yet claiming it’s a pristine and polished environment is like being a sports reporter who covers the game by watching it on TV.

(Q.v.; qq.v.)

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