Volume 95, Issue 97

Tuesday, April 9, 2002
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Van Wilder ain't no Animal House

You'll scream for Oliver!

Puttin' "compact" back in discs

Porn o' Plenty

A&E's Top 5 Restaurants of 2001-2002

Shits and Giggles

A&E: Leaving the last word to a song

A&E's Top 5 Restaurants of 2001-2002

It's a tough job eating at London's best (and worst) restaurants and judging them from a student's point of view, but someone's got to do it. Our aim this year was to discover, uncover and expose the newer, lesser known eateries and, after 18 stops, these were our favourites:

Ching Sum – Dale's #1 for vegans/veggies – no meat on the menu – cheap, reasonable, but unfortunately located as far away from the student ghetto as possible – #7- 699 Wilkins St.

J. Dee's Market Grill – A convenient, beyond your average burger-joint – relaxed and fun, nothing over 10 bucks, great food, great staff –109 King St.

Nove Nove – Chic and trendy, fancy dining at affordable prices, not to mention a great atmosphere – 99 King St.

The Naked Oyster – Best spot for a seafood lover. Trendy and new, this place has good ambiance for above-average, but worthwhile prices –110 Dundas St.

Waldo's of London – Worth saving up for a special occasion – a totally unique, intimate setting that offers fine dining at its best, with a diverse menu and fabulous presentation – 215 Piccadilly St.

–Molly Duignan

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