Described as the most romantic restaurant in Toronto, you'd be hard pressed to get a reservation for Valentine's Day. This intimate space, just east ... More
Described as the most romantic restaurant in Toronto, you'd be hard pressed to get a reservation for Valentine's Day. This intimate space, just east of Yonge, boasts vaulted ceilings, intimate lighting, a fireplace, fresh flowers springing from every possible place and a solarium where you can be entranced by a waterfall. A wide-ranging menu includes Duck glazed with Sour Cherries, Beef Tenderloin in a French Sauce, and several rich pasta and seafood combinations. For those who just hate decisions, the prix fixe dinner (CAD30) makes it easy.
Waiter gives you an attitude when you ask for any details of the meal. It took 45+ mins for any food coming out from the kitchen. Ask for an ETA, all we got was a "Maybe". Food was horrible, it's like a in-flight meal, or something comes right out from the 80's menu. No idea how the owner allow waiter to treat customer like this (may be as self reflection). Or I missed the sign on the front door, it certain feels like I walked in to a joint ran by white supremacists.
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