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Restaurant des Nouilles
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“Momofuku Kojin is situated at the Shangri La Hotel, and while the menu has traces of restaurateur David Chang across the menu, the focus is squarely on South America, specifically Colombia, where head chef Paula Navarrete was born. Hominy and cornmeal flatbread - equal parts arepa and Chinese bing - are fully addictive, and even better wrapped around Niagara prosciutto and pickled cherries. Navarrete is a master of the wood-fired grill, which touches everything from zucchini and potato to avocado and steak. One standout is the rib-eye, mildly funky from 32 days of dry aging, grilled to a magnificent, well-seasoned crust, and a scoop of bone marrow butter for the final note of excess. Navarrete serves it with a whole forearm-length green chili, blackened from the grill - a dare on a plate.”
  • Recommandé par 21 habitants
Restaurant
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“The Danforth location is a less frenetic version of the wildly popular Ossington pizzeria. Tables span two floors, so the space feels less cramped, and the owners have made the merciful decision to take reservations. There are two wood-burning ovens manned by pizzaiolos turning out Libretto’s signature blistered, charred and chewy Neapolitan pies. One superb version brings caramelized onion, pork belly and bomba, a spicy Italian relish. Aggressively attentive servers clear plates before they’re clean.”
  • Recommandé par 26 habitants
Restaurant
“One of the best steak houses in the city. You get what you pay for in this place.”
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Night Club
“Michael's On Simcoe is a family-run, modern Toronto steakhouse with an Italian twist located in the heart of the Financial/Entertainment district on 100 SImcoe. St. Michael's features the best of premier steaks including A5 Kobe, American Wagyu, in house dry aged USDA Prime and PEI naturally raised grass fed beef along with an assortment of home-made pastas and fresh fish. As one of Toronto's best steakhouse, Michael's On Simcoe prides itself on its fine dining experience. To complement your meal, we offer an extensive Scotch and Bourbon list, and have a carefully curated wine list that includes regional expressions of Burgundy, Bordeaux, and Napa Valley. We hold live, acoustic music in the lounge every Thursday, Friday and Saturdays, Valet parking and complimentary shuttle for guests attending a sporting or theatre event. PRICE RANGE €28 - €45 CUISINES Steakhouse SPECIAL DIETS Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options MEALS Lunch, Dinner, Late Night FEATURES Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Waitstaff, Valet Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Restaurant végétarien/vegan
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“Creative vegan Mexican dishes in a beautiful atmosphere, with great cocktails! ”
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Cafe
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Bar
“Best spot in Toronto if you're craving a bougie hotel lounge drink, for both high yielding visitors and locals alike. ”
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Bar Speakeasy
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Restaurant
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“Awesome Japanese experience with great ambiance. Just across the street and a few doors down on your south.”
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Café
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“Cafe Landwer is a brunch, lunch and dinner spot that comes to Canada from Berlin by way of Israel”
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Restaurant
“In the three years since it opened, the formal David Chang spot hasn’t stopped growing, adding lunch service, special collaborative events with visiting chefs, and more large-format feasts, like beef rib roasts with yorkshire pudding. The soaring room, with a prime view of the core, is packed even early in the week. A seasonal menu changes frequently but always includes variations on a steamed Chinese bun (perhaps stuffed with crunchy breaded karaage-style chicken, pickled ginger and a squirt of eggy mayo) and lettuce wraps (sometimes with so-flavourful-you-might-mistake-it-for-secreto pork, chrysanthemum mustard and black bean barbecue sauce).”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Restaurant
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“by Celebrity Chef David Chang. Voted best top 10 restaurant by Toronto Life. ”
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Pizzeria
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“It's the best pizza in Toronto. If you're downtown don't miss it. Flash oven pizza and you pick your toppings. Great salads too. It you're gluten free their crust is the best. ”
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Restaurant
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Restaurant
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  • Recommandé par 1 habitant