October 21 , 2003  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

All you can eat

Under The Volcano
215 Piccadilly St.
435-1197

By Allison Roberts and Bill Sura
Gazette Writers

Under The Volcano is no Taco Bell. Yes, it’s a Mexican-themed restaurant, but rather than the latter greasy fast-food joint, Volcano is large, well decorated and modestly priced.

The service is quick, even when the restaurant is busy. A good way to start the meal is with a delicious, Mexican-style alcoholic beverage; the margarita is a great choice, but there are tons of other options.

Of course, the most important part is the meal. Entrées are reasonably priced, ranging from $8.95 to $16.95.

The Paella (pronounced pie-eh-ah, for the uninitiated) is a great choice, offering a delicious mixture of seafood, vegetables and rice for $15.99. If you’re a fan of fish, the stuffed trout ($12.99) will satisfy your craving, though be warned: the fish comes complete with its head, which seems a little creepy.

If you still have room for dessert, the deep fried ice cream is a must-try. It’s a sweet, delicious complement to a hot and spicy meal.

If you want to check out Under The Volcano, but don’t want to make the excursion to Piccadilly St., there’s also another London location at 300 Colborne St. And for the starving students among us, use the coupon in your Registrar’s handbook to get $10 off your meal.


 

 

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