Chris Hume’s Bestest Buildings #4: George’s Grub and Chef Schooling Place

Posted on May 12th, 2011 2 great comments. Room for one more!

A.K.A. The George Brown College Chef School, this is Hume’s second pick for his best buildings of Toronto list. I would’ve thought that, maybe, it had something to do with its association with Susur Lee, or maybe some kinda proud culinary tradition or some such junk, but instead Hume likes the building mostly because aspiring chefs can have their kitchen failures ogled by random pedestrians passing by outside — the front is all glass.

Personally, I think Chris is out to lunch with this pick. Maybe he’s simply bit off more than he can chew. Or, if you want, chalk it up to a difference in tastes.

Enough awful food-oriented punnery? Let’s watch the video:

2 Comments on “ Chris Hume’s Bestest Buildings #4: George’s Grub and Chef Schooling Place ”

  • sDesertboots
    May 16th, 2011 6:21 am

    No Way!! Great food and dare i say Don't knock it till you try it? oh wait, i just said it…

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  • Patrick
    May 19th, 2011 1:16 pm

    The food may be good, Desertboots, but I still don't think the location is that amazing. At least not when compared to what else is on offer around the city.


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