La Bettola di Terroni: Nothing a hole-in-the-wall' here

Aug 26, 2010 Full story: The Toronto Star

Doughnut, meet Nutella. Nutella, meet doughnut. It is a match made in dessert heaven: puffy, still-warm carnival fritters split and stuffed with chocolate-hazelnut spread.

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Pickering, Canada

#1 Aug 29, 2010
The food is mediocre and terribly overpriced, as are the drinks.$17.00 for seven small pieces of ravioli or half a cup of gnocci. Keep your chic "hole-in-the-wall." There is plenty of superior food to be found in Toronto for far better prices.

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