As people tighten their budgets to adjust to Toronto’s ongoing affordability crisis, things like the city’s drastically overpriced rent and groceries are pushing people to cut back on other costs, like dining out.

But, one restaurant in the city is trying to make its offerings a little easier on customers’ wallets, and hopefully drum up some more business in the process.

The Fox & Fiddle Cityplace has just launched a prix fixe menu for $13, which is far less than what you’d pay for a meal at most other places in the area right now, and perhaps even at the grocery store.

The establishment is billing the new menu as one small solution to the current cost of living crisis, calling the price “approachable” and more “budget-friendly” than what people have become used to in this economy.

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