Goed Eten has served its last waffle. A message from Goed Eten’s Twitter account announced the closure, and we also confirmed with a former Eten employee. Owner Johan Maes will apparently concentrate his efforts on his other restaurant, Le Petit Dejeuner."> Goed Eten has served its last waffle. A message from Goed Eten’s Twitter account announced the closure, and we also confirmed with a former Eten employee. Owner Johan Maes will apparently concentrate his efforts on his other restaurant, Le Petit Dejeuner." />

Ossington’s Goed Eten packs it in


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It’s not too often that one hears of a restaurant closing on the Ossington strip these days, but brunch spot Goed Eten has served its last waffle. A message from Goed Eten’s Twitter account announced the closure, and we also confirmed with a former Eten employee. Owner Johan Maes will apparently concentrate his efforts on his other restaurant, Le Petit Dejeuner.

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