The Owl of Minerva (5324 Yonge Street, North York, Ontario)
Wow, this little place gets busy. We lucked out when we got there and took one of the last free tables right before the crowd piled in for dinner.
Pork bone soup (kamjatang).
There were a good 3-4 large pieces of pork bone stuck to big chunks of meat. The soup isn't incredibly spicy, and there were small chunks of bell peppers. I also had one large chunk of potato in mine. The soup is satisfying, as was the amount of meat. The complimentary snack dishes aren't as plentiful as other Korean restaurants in the area, but the soup was filling enough.
Would I return? Sure. It's affordable Korean comfort food.
Total damage: approximately $16 for 2 pork bone soup orders + tax + tip.