THE best meal I’ve had in this city. The Coq au Vin poutine is as fun to eat as it is to say. I almost canceled my dinner order to just have more of it. Wine list is great. And the staff was phenomenal.
Cool atmosphere and good drinks!
Great food and ambiance!
Wonderful food and equally wonderful service.
Why aren't you there yet?
Salmon tartar and Bone marrow are a must. Nice wine options. The deserts may need some work but I highly recommend the place. Friendly and attentive staff
First of all, this place gets its stars from the service! If you go, ask for Mark! He totally made our experience so entertaining and enjoyable. Being foodies, he gave us detailed explanation of each meal we inquired about. The food was pretty good, but if it wasn’t for Mark, I would probably give this review 4 stars. Here’s what we ordered: -Cheese plate (medium) was around $30 bucks and we got three small portions of cheese and some hard cracker, and no honeycomb as the menu suggested. -Crispy wild boar (somewhat tough, decent flavour, overall not an exciting plate, not much on it)... ($30 something) -Sable fish with green spetzle. This was the winner. Very yummy, tender perfectly cooked fish. ($30) -sirloin steak and frites (was good but fries arrived cold, however, Mark returned a new steaming batch). ($37) -Tuna croissant, pretty good, big plate, fresh croissant from their bakery. ($23) -dessert: chocolate bombe! Pretty interesting presentation, the waitress literally smashes it with a big spoon at the table. The chocolate ganache was delicious, pop rocks were fun, a bit too much though. All over powered the pistachio ice cream($20) -Also had a bottle of the Megalomaniac Rose which was semi dry and very nice! ($52)
When you hear this is the best French onion soup in town, they are not wrong about that. Be prepared for excellent food and a bill to match it. It's not that dessert isn't stellar, but you can find better for less.
Amazing atmosphere, cozy, intimate, servers were knoknowledgeable. Try to French onion soup! To die for and the best I have had!
A beautiful historic building in the heart of the Distillery District of Toronto. We opted for 'small plates'. I ordered the tiger prawns with the speciality fries which were delicious. The waiting staff were super helpful and friendly. A great lunch in a beautiful setting.
The french onion soup was fantastic. Other wise nothing special.
Pricy but quality
Paris in Toronto
Visited with business visitors from France and UK. Very nice venue in the Distillery District- definitely a very nice atmosphere and decor - very nice without being stuffy/overly formal - it hits the sweet spot in allowing a good venue for both business and more casual dining Food is good (i had been there once before). Steak frites was very good - definitely a above average - our guests ordered boar belly - well received though portion was slight -others had crepes and monkfish - both well received. Desserts included kwokolate pot de creme, and tarte - both good but looked a bit better than they tasted- but they looked good. Good wine list though we stuck with beer Would return.
Amazing venue, went to a wedding hosted here, the food was amazing, staff were kind and helpful!
Authentic French cuisine with excellent service
Great restaurant, best in the Distillery. Friendly staff, beautiful dining room.