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Malvern Town Center

31 Tapscott Rd
Toronto, ON  M1B 4Y7

(416) 297-4786

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2 star rating
Anonymous April 30, 2012
Gus' No Frills

Waiting in line with my toddler a man decides to "casually" not see that I am waiting line before him so I ask "are you in line? He nods yes, so I say "I am too so get behind me." Then when I get to the cashier I noticed how rude she was towards an older lady who cannot seem to speak "fluent English". Apparently, the older lady said she bought 3 bags and was given only 2. The cashier insisted the lady bought two. Irregardless, the cashier stated "I cannot understand her" and looked at the man behind me to which he nodded in agreement. The cashier was rude and disrespectful. She was extremely dismissive towards the older lady and was not patient or interested in what this older lady had to say. Inside my mind I am thinking . . . this cashier I am sure would also be not "understood" by "Canadians" either? Who is she (who is also an immigrant) to treat a person so disrespectfully? I chukle at this because when she arrived I am sure a lot of people did not understand her either. As for the man who tried to get in front of a mother and toddler without even asking if we were line; note that it is courtesy to ask a person if they are in line. Rude cashiers and discourteous customers seem to be a common behaviour in this No Frills. I am appalled at No Frills' disgusting washrooms and their rotting produce is something the health department should be made aware off. I hope Gus reads this. Malvern residents: if you want our community to flourish then start treating each other and your businesses with care and respect. I know how s@!%!y life can be and how difficult it is to progress especially for new immigrants. But this is no excuse to treat each other like garbage because we need to send a message to other neigbourhoods and the media that we are not garbage and deserve respect. We must start within if we want a fair and desireable reputation.

2 star rating
Teresa August 26, 2010
Okay But Lacks Variety.

My Grandma and I set of to Malvern Town Centre. Our motive was to buy some milk, eggs & bread at the No Frills there, and maybe some other things, as well as to check out the Payless there to see if there were any suitable shoes for me and to look around the 2 Dollar stores there for a bicycle lock. We first went to Payless, but there was nothing for me there; the clerk was polite and welcoming though. We continued onto a dollar store and found a lock but decided to check the other to first, before deciding. Off to Dollarama. We found a lock that was better and bought it. Then we went to No Frills and bought what we were looking for.
I'd say Malvern Town center is o.k but it still lacks some variety; most of the stores there sell clothes that I wouldn't really buy, though there are above mentioned Dollar stores and No Frills and Payless. The No Frills sells really cheap stuff. Plus, there is a food court with many resturants. Overall, it's okay but lacks variety and is quite small.

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