A Caribbean restaurant in Scarborough has shared one of the most relatable moments this week following Monday’s massive snowstorm. In case you forgot, Toronto’s snow storm this week was a major one. Highways were shut down, and the snowfall amounts at Toronto Pearson Airport was among highest its ever seen.

Meanwhile in Scarborough, a hungry customer somehow trekked through the snowy street to Nicey’s Eatery, located at 2290 Markham Road.

The restaurant recently shared a video of the customer, who is seen slowly walking through snow that is about knee-high, and the moment they get to the door, they fall to their knee.

That was the moment they discover the restaurant was closed due to the storm.

That was also the moment we felt so hard, and (probably) the most relatable video you’ll see today.

Nicey’s shared the video as they’re looking for the customer now to treat them to a free meal.

“To our loyal customer, we don’t know who you are but we will be looking out for you. We are terribly sorry the restaurant was closed. We feel your disappointment and hope to see you soon. What ever you had on your mind to purchase today, that meal is on us,” they wrote on their social media post.

Related Posts
All the people who made Canada proud during Toronto’s mega-storm (VIDEOS)
10 of the best tobogganing hills you’ll find in Toronto & the GTA


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Nicey’s Eatery (@niceys.eatery)

Well, internet. Let’s find this person. They literally walked through the storm for this, and truly deserve their craving to be met!