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A nice and balanced fusion of Mediterranean and Canadian kitchen. Impressive wine list. The Turkish spoon salad was truly amazing! It was authentic and close to a proper Turkish dish more than any other ones on the menu. The brenzino was charred to perfection and it was buttery to mouth. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Love the open concept restaurant, it's beautifully lit and tastefully decorated with Japanese art. The staff of four work very hard to ensure food is served at a nice relaxing pace. The star of the show is of course the innovatively presented yet very authentic Japanese food served on an interesting variety of plates, and arranged artfully with a lot of thought. Don't except a strictly sushi-only dinner, there's a good variety of meat and vegetables as well. Everything was top-notch, fresh, beautifully prepared and tasted delicious. It's the perfect spot for dinner with a small group of four (the place is very small), or with a dining companion who will appreciate the care behind prepared food as well as being open to trying new flavours which vary according to the seasons in Japan. Definitely a great new addition to the authentic Japanese eateries in the city, the price is spot on for the amount of food included in the 9-course omakase. At $150 per person it won't break the bank, but you will definately be enjoying a great, memorable meal for the price. I'd highly recommend the additional $60 sake pairing, if you are so inclined, but there of course is small selection of other alcohol if you wish to try something else. Would love to go back and try the Yukashi omakase option priced at $300 per person, but I was full (I'm not a huge eater) by the 6th course of the 9-course menu so that might be a bit of an overkill for me quantity-wise. You can always order extras from the A la carte menu, of course, if you find yourself hungry. MoreOpenTable Diner -
A bucket-list menu...beautifully presented, carefully created and so delicious. The chefs did a beautiful job for my vegetarian request, and my husband's meal (with meat) was fantastic. Be sure to go with the wine pairings, absolutely perfect!!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Inspired by the travels of Mike Bradshaw, Chef and Co-Owner, Chez’s offers globally inspired cuisine. The innovative menu is a fusion of local and global fare, using the freshest ingredients and delivering boldly flavoured, thoughtful food. The menu is designed to evoke feelings of comfort and satisfaction.
Our appetizer menu is designed for our guests to share and enjoy. Work your way through our menu and perhaps find a new favourite beer or wine along the way. Chez’s is a lively spot for the young at heart, where friends and family get together to enjoy food, drinks, and each others company. Chez’s is a stopping place - a passionate neighbourhood restaurant in Little Italy, committed to delicious food and excellent hospitality. We love to cook, eat and share. Come over to our house for dinner!More
Best Thai Food in Toronto's East Danforth Community br> "Sala Modern Thai serves exemplary Thai standards from all regions of the country with elegant twists and presentation." -blogTO br> br> "I come from Thailand an I see myself as an ambassador representing Thai food and, of course, Thai culture in Toronto. This is why in Sala, I import all our ingredients from back home, all food is cooked fresh and just the way it would be cooked in Thailand." - Mo, The OwnerMore
With population rates soaring in recent years, Toronto has a developed a melting pot of a cuisine in style and flavor. With influences as broad as Korea, Venezuela, Ethiopia, and Eastern Europe, you’ll find both big-named cheffy establishments side-by-side authentic global fare. Frequently used as a backdrop for TV and movies set in New York City, this cosmopolitan food destination is not unlike NY in its serious variety, in particular in the Asian realm (a sector not to be missed on any trip to Toronto) and ubiquity of quality hotdogs. A stroll through Kensington Market showcases the city’s best food finds in a matter of a few blocks that is wholly immersive. And like NYC, if you’re hungry for it, you can find it in Canada’s biggest city.