Set in an 1868 building along the Yonge and Dundas strip, this restaurant definitely lives up to its name. The current incarnation, following in the ... More
Set in an 1868 building along the Yonge and Dundas strip, this restaurant definitely lives up to its name. The current incarnation, following in the footsteps of the previous Superior which made its home here from 1943-72, has only been around since 1996—even though it looks as if it's been around since the 1950s. The cuisine is eclectic, ranging from pasta (Chicken and Fennel Cannelloni, CAD16.95) to grilled veal rib eye steak with a caramelized shallot sauce (CAD24.95). The extremely popular business lunch menu offers a tempting sandwich menu (Cubano, with barbecued pork, avocado and plantain, CAD11.95).
food and services are grate. we love the food. i wish we know that place before so i would go couple of time before i leave Toronto. the chef Dan the way he present the food was wonderful. i cannot wait for another visit to toronto.
Meal gave my fiancee mild food poisoning. Not worth the money. The waiter took half an hour to come with the bill at the end of the dinner while he sat at the bar watching the leaf game with his buddy while we were left drink-less.
Great atmosphere however. If only they could hire competent staff (both in the kitchen and front of the house).
In business since 1951, this Kensington Market area diner offers all day breakfasts. The secret to its success is simple:
the staff makes every customer feel at home; the prices are reasonable; and the food is, as the motto ...
When the original opened in 1990 on Gerrard Street, this restaurant claimed the title of the first authentic Thai restaurant
in Canada. True or not, it has built up a solid reputation as a place where you can get ...
Set in a converted Victorian home in the Mirvish Village area of the city, this restaurant offers Cajun, Creole and
Soul cuisine in a lively New Orleans atmosphere. It's a three star for excellence recipient from Toronto Life. The ...