My Top 10 Restaurants for Winterlicious

Staring today, join us to try the delicious Winterlicious menus from January 29 to February 11 to discover over 200 of Toronto’s top restaurants will join together to offer delicious three course prix-fixe lunches at dinner at one of three price categories. Here are my top ten picks of restaurants that you should try during this delicious opportunity!

WL15Banner1_1140X1851Via Mercanti (87 Elm Street)
Arguably one of the best spots of pizza in the city, drop by for the chance to explore more of what their delicious menu has to offer.


2. Cluny (35 Tank House Lane)
Bringing the delicious flavours of France to the city with a modern twist to the Distillery District restaurants transporting you to a Parisian bistro though its exquisite decor and stand out plates.

My Pick: blood orange marinated arctic char pickled beet, burnt chili aioli, crisp sweet potato /
roasted grey county limousin beef sunchock gratin, brocolinni, steak sauce /
red wine poached late harvest fruit cobbler vanilla creme anglais

3. Los Colibris (220 King Street W)
Creating authentic dished by Chef Elia Herrara, Los Colibros is an upscale and authentic Mexican dining experience.

My Pick: Tostada de Ceviche Tradicional / Albondigas Enchipotladas con Papas / Platanos Fritos

4. Pukka (778 St Clair W)
Offering an extensive menu of small bites and family style shared plates, Pukka delights the senses with modern interpretations of classic Indian curries and flavours.

My Pick: Vegetable Pakoras / Lamb Shank Xacuti / Chili Chocolate Torte 
Pukka5. Colette Grand Cafe (550 Wellington St. W)
For another french choice, Colette Grand Cafe bring you the true French culinary experience located at The Thompson Hotel.

My Pick: French Onion Soup / Duck Leg Confit / Salted Caramel Ice Cream

6. Parts & Labour (1566 Queen St W)
An haute cuisine in Parkdale where Chef Matty Matheson has created a menu of delicious food paired with an experience that brings the neighborhood together.

My Pick: Beef Tartare /  Brick Cornish Hen / Sugar Pie

7. The Carbon Bar (99 Queen St E)
Located on Queen Street East in the historic Electric Circus building, this restaurant offers a refreshing alternative to dinning on the east side in this eclectically designed space that is an architectural dream as they put their own flair of down-home cooking.


8. East Thirty-Six (36 Wellington St E)
Boasting a menu of homemade creative cocktails and dishes, this restaurant prepares affordable sharing plates in a casual yet contemporary atmosphere.

My Pick: Chicken Liver & Foie Gras /  72 Hour Shortrib / Lemon Custard

9.  Smith (553 Church St)
A casual yet intimate dinning experience fusing the comforts of southern cooking with eh French countryside.

My Pick: French Onion Soup / Roast Salmon / Crème Caramel

10. The Saint (227 Ossington Avenue)
Located in the heart of the Ossington strip, this contemporary American tavern creatively displays the flavours of North American Cuisine.

My Pick: Wedge Salad / Saint Cheeseburger / Dark Chocolate Pudding

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