Snack Shack is open for takeout and delivery. Masks are mandatory and hand sanitizer is at the counter.
Snack Shack offers an eclectic menu of munchies and comfort food. Cheeseburgers, poutine, burritos and banh mi are among the main attractions here.
The restaurant that's open until the late hours of 4 a.m. every day can be found sandwiched between a 7-Eleven and Fish and Chips spot, both of which have sat in the strip plaza for decades.
Born in India, raised in Calgary, and now living in Etobicoke, Sunny Toor purchased the Snack Shack, and it's now an entire family affair, with both his parents on the grill.
The menu consists of a long list of the ultimate comfort food, and a whole lot of options for whatever you're craving.
There are 16 different types of poutine alone to choose from that all come with veggie gravy and cheese curds including jerk chicken, butter chicken, Philly cheesesteak and chicken, bacon & ranch poutine ($10).
The burritos, quesadillas and tacos on the menu come with the option of over 15 different veggie toppings and 12 sauces.
The tacos ($9.50) come with two soft shells and can be prepared with your choice of fish, chicken or steak and already come pretty piled with onions, tomatoes, salsa, cheese, taco sauce and cilantro. Though feel free to load on even more toppings or swap out.
The 5oz. burgers ($6.5) come with chuck and brisket beef unless you'd prefer a chicken or portobello mushroom version.
They even do a Vietnamese bahn mi sandwich ($8), which is a nice add-on to the menu, providing a bit of a lighter option. Get it with chicken or steak, and an option of mayo, cucumbers, pickled carrots, raddish and cilantro.
I'm told the Philly cheesesteak ($9.50) is a popular choice by a lot of customers. The juicy and piled high BBQ steak sandwich consists of melted cheese throughout, grilled red onions, green peppers and mushrooms on a Vienna bun.
Teeming with all the comforts, it's no surprise that they do milkshakes ($6) in the three classic flavours, vanilla, strawberry and chocolate.
The late-night spot comes with a lengthy menu of options, just come hungry.