The @Acme_Cafe (West Hastings, Downtown East Side)

Acme Cafe (Downtown East Side) I have begun to make it my goal to try and at least eat twice at the same restaurant before I review it. Often, this isn’t the case (primarily because it’s not like I have a tonne of money to spend). And because of that latter element (e.g. my budgeted life) I try to eat where I don’t have to break the bank. I had already had raspberry pie from Acme Cafe the other day when I swung by with Minna. But this week I decided to make a return trip with my friend Chris Walts (we hadn’t had any time together in a long while so we went restaurant-and-bar hopping). I wanted to try the actual dinner experience at Acme Cafe, and I found it a very pleasant experience.

Acme Cafe I ordered a pop ($2.50) and a meat loaf ($11.50) which was a great choice. The portions were big, the flavors were really nice and although I wasn’t convinced by the potatoes, I think next time I will order mashed potatoes. But the meat loaf itself was really good. When I had breakfast there with Minna, we loved the home-made pie, . Impossible to finish with that amount of carbs but absolutely delicious.

Acme Cafe does provide home-made goodness at non-breaking-the-bank prices.

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Comments (2)

DaleJune 8th, 2010 at 10:41 am

Every time I see the word “Acme” in a name I think of the Warner Brother Roadrunner cartoons.

Holly McLennanOctober 30th, 2010 at 2:06 pm

I’ve been here 3x in the last 2 weeks. Love it!

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