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Izba

Posted by Staff / Listed on June 18, 2011 / review policy

Izba TorontoIzba is an Etobicoke restaurant offering authentic European cuisine including Vienna Schnitzel, Borsch, and Chicken Souvlaki.

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Karen / December 15, 2011 at 07:44 am
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Went to Izba recently and was very disappointed. The food was terrible. The placed was dirty and smelled like burnt oil. I couldn't wait to get out of there. I can't beleive this place is still open. Avoid it.
Marek W / April 20, 2013 at 04:07 pm
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Sadly, I agree with Karen. Being Polish I had hoped this would be great, but was really disappointed.
Jason / September 14, 2013 at 02:15 pm
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Izba used to be great but the old owner died and it's since changed hands a couple of times. It's never been the same since.
cheKoz / December 9, 2013 at 05:05 pm
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Sorry, I went here a few months ago, and had literally one of the worst restaurant experiences in my life in this city... I was the ONLY person there and it took them 10 minutes to get me a menu, another 5 for a beer in a bottle, and then my 'Special' which was the "fish'n'chips", was reheated breaded frozen sole filet, and microwaved day old potatoes, absolutely awful food... and they PUSHED me to try this and dissuaded me from the schnitzel, which is what I went for... Please remove from 'Best Schnitzel' list, now, please!
Martin / March 16, 2014 at 02:24 pm
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Went here a while ago upon the recommendation of a friend.

In light of just how terrible the food was...I'm reconsidering my friendship with him....it really was that bad.

Was hoping for Country Style style schnitzel....got something that looked different....and tasted disgusting.

Will never go back.

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