Chef Daniel Boulud brings his renowned French cuisine to Toronto offering contemporary renditions of dishes inspired by the local market. Located steps from Yorkville shopping, Café Boulud is open for dinner seven nights a week and brunch on Sunday. A casual lunch is served at the adjacent d|bar, also directed by Chef Boulud. d|bar is our lively bar and lounge, a perfect spot for cocktails either before or after dinner. Café Boulud’s private room is available for business or personal entertaining, and the entire restaurant is available for meetings and catering during daytime hours.
Located in the heart of Toronto"s vibrant Central King West District, Colette Grand Café, is inspired by the timeless eateries that line the streets of Paris and encompasses distinct environments for your dining experience. Overseen by Executive Chef Michael Steh, the menu takes a modern approach to traditional French cuisine, with simple, exquisite flavours. Colette’s interiors complement the menu and enhance its distinct Parisian café experience.
Simple French Food is never so good as when prepared in the easiest possible way, all of the ingredients of the composition mixed pell-mell but
Our menu changes with the seasons, making for a well balanced yet intriguing menu. We also feature a Brunch menu, which nurtures a French twist on the traditional weekend favourite.
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Welcome to the Wine Bar at 9 Church Street, a hotspot on the Toronto culinary scene!
Have a seat at our lively open kitchen and watch our chefs prepare your very own tasting menu. Or tuck into a cozy, intimate table for two. Choose from one of the finest wine lists in Canada - with many vintages exclusive to us and every bottle handpicked by our Sommelier.
But you haven’t taken in the full experience until you have watched your meal being prepared – right in front of you -- by leading Toronto Chef Bryan Burke.
You can expect Bryan to inform and entertain you while he expertly cooks your meal using the finest local and naturally-raised food produced by Ontario farmers and artisans. And while other restaurants give you one menu selection, dining at The Wine Bar means you are going to sample – and share -- several fabulous menu selections, prepared in the Tapas style and perfectly paired with a selection from one of the finest wine lists in Canada.
d|bar is a lively bar and lounge run by Chef Daniel Boulud and his team in conjunction with Café Boulud. We serve lunch daily and feature a menu of refined yet approachable dishes from 11AM to midnight. d|bar takes reservations for lunch only; dinner reservations may be made for Café Boulud at http://www.opentable.com/cafe-boulud We offer the perfect setting for a pre-dinner drink, an elegant night cap or anything in between. Upstairs at Café Boulud, Chef Daniel Boulud brings his renowned French cuisine to Toronto offering contemporary renditions of dishes inspired by the local market. Café Boulud’s private room is available for business or personal entertaining, and the entire restaurant is available for meetings and catering during lunch.
Owner Robert Prete formerly of Grazie Restaurant invites you to join him at Coquine Restaurant, a modern European bistro just three blocks south of Yonge and Eglinton. This neighbourhood spot offers feel good classics with a modern twist and friendly service in a beautiful Art Deco inspired setting. Winner of finest French Onion Soup three years in a row and voted best brasserie (Post City Mag, Dec 2008). Join us for cocktails and a bite in the bar room. Entrées start from $23-32. Open Mon. to Sun. for lunch and dinner, with brunch available on the weekends. Take out and catering are available. Remember to book your special function in our private “Jasmine” room (holds up to 36 guests). Come & enjoy the summer on one of our 2 patios! Live Jazz Sundays 7 - 9 p.m. Freshly shucked oysters on Monday evenings.
Batifole is an intimate small French restaurant that serves simple, comfortable cooking without pretense to the residents of Riverdale for almost 10 years. Now with a new owner. Our dinner menu is strait-forward evenly price at $10.00 and $22.00.
The service is professional and friendly. With an extensive French wine list, the list features only carefully selected wines, many of which are inexpensive. Our goal is to make you feel at home, help you unwind, relax and have a great time among friends.
Oddly located in the other Chinatown “East-End that is”, it caught the attention of Toronto’s food critics and received rave revues.
Since its very first review in 1981, when Joanne Kates of The Globe & Mail raved both about the food and the unstinting attention to detail, Scaramouche has gone from strength to strength for over twenty years - no small feat in a world obsessed with trends and novelty. The food reflects chef Keith Froggett’s belief that less is more; that the finest ingredients classically combined result in a purity that transcends fads and fusion. The service is unobtrusive and faultless yet furnished simply, without pretense. The restaurant’s longevity is a testimonial to the pursuit of quality and the gracious welcome one receives at Scaramouche. Twice voted “Toronto’s Top Restaurant” by Gourmet magazine, Scaramouche remains the pre-eminent destination for fine food and excellent wines, the place to be as the sun sets and the lights of the city’s skyline begin to twinkle through the restaurant’s windows. Our goal is to ensure the most gracious of welcomes and quality throughout your visit.
This special spot is a bucolic celebration of the best of Continental, French, Italian and — natch — Canadiana. As elegant as it is natural, Woods Restaurant serves up seasonal, sustainable local ingredients in a space that is as authentic rustic chic as the day is long. Service of Canadian- and Mediterrean-influenced dishes (like wild buttery Digby scallops with brown butter cauliflower and melt-in-your-mouth Ontario lamb burger) is languid and efficient here, under the wooden branch and raindrop chandeliers and inside the flood of natural light painting the handsome wood interior in front- and back-window strokes. And owner Bruce Woods has furnished the 80-seat St. Lawrence neighbourhood proceedings with a serious international wine and craft-brew list.
Authentic French Cuisine in Toronto
Chef Adrien Bailleux from Dijon Burgundy, after years of experiences in Michelin starred restaurants, brings you the traditional and authentic tastes of France. Keeping with tradition, the menu changes throughout the seasons highlighting the best ingredients that the season has to offer.
As the founder of French gastronomy Auguste Escoffier once said "Good food is the foundation of genuine happiness”. From our family to yours we wish you an enjoyable and memorable time at La Croisée!
Reminiscent of a 1930's Parisian Bistro, Biff's Bistro is a smart, upscale masterpiece by Toronto über-restaurateurs Peter Oliver and Michael Bonacini. The stylish lounge, featuring a stunning zinc-topped bar, represents pure vintage design, while handsome leather banquettes, warm wood paneling and grand mirrors create a rich, lively dining space. In this setting, Chef Amanda Ray presents an extensive menu of inspiring French bistro cuisine, with an impressive corresponding wine list. Located in the heart of downtown, just steps away from many downtown theatres, hotels and the Air Canada Centre.
This Baldwin Street institution established in 1979, in a rustic old home with charm and grace, is celebrating its 10 Anniversary under owner & Chef Paul Biggs. Paul continues to fulfill the dream he has held for many years – “owning a place where people can dine on great food, sip fine wine and enjoy their friends or business associates company, in a relaxed, thoughtful and unpretentious atmosphere. Let the sultry summer evenings ease by on the patio or curl up by the fire during the winter months Bodega has a calming ambiance for everyone. Bodega offers exciting changes to the menu while maintaining a balance between classic French and new world flavours.
Rosedale's dining scene just moved up a notch..sophisticated, charming & like no other..opening in August.
Creme Brasserie offering warm hospitality, no nonsense service, and exquisite cuisine.Tucked away in the Renaissance Courtyard, Creme Brasserie is an oasis of tranquility and serenity. A sophisticated, warm and cozy restaurant located in the heart of Toronto's historic Yorkville district. We are literally steps away from the Hazelton, Park Hyatt, Four Seasons and the Intercontinental Hotels, as well as the the exquisite shopping of the Bloor Street and the Avenue Road corridor.
Le Maitre D is a personal, neighborhood style restaurant situated in the town of Penetanguishene, a picturesque bilingual community at the southern tip of beautiful Georgian Bay. The 45-seat restaurant serves dinner Tuesday to Sunday from May 1st to October 31st and Thursday to Sunday from Nov 1st to April 30th. The menu selection consists of regional cuisines of France and Canada. It features traditional French-Canadian recipes with a Metis influence - two cultures that are part of the fibre of Huronia.The menu includes a wide range of items to suit all tastes. We truly believe in the quality of each dish. From preparing all of our sauces, dressings and dips in house, to preparing each dish as it is ordered, the result are absolutely delicious homemade dishes. We invite everyone to savour gourmet cuisine that features local products and heritage. Come experience our hospitality, enjoy the sounds of French music and the talent of local artists.
Warm Elegance, in a historical designated building.
Dine in the glass enclosed atrium overlooking the Sculpture garden and waterfall while relaxing with soft guitar ballads sipping champagne!
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La Maquette features French Specialized cuisine utilizing mostly organic products, fresh herbs and natural reductions. Some hard to give up favorites include Duck Comfit, Foie Gras, Exquisite Rack of Lamb, Filet Mignon, crème Brulee and so much more.
La Maquette would be delighted to host your special event at any time!
The Best of France under one roof! Situated above Le Saint Tropez, Marcel's serves award winning French cuisine since 1984. Specialties include grilled venison with lingon berry jus; roasted rack of lamb with rosemary-juniper reduction; fennel seared Atlantic salmon filet with passion fruit beurre-blanc and daily specials. Classic French desserts include crème brulée and profiterole au chocolat. The space is bright, airy, with large mirrors listing daily specials and soft classical music wafts overhead. Perfect setting for business lunches and romantic dinners. Unpretentious, professional and impeccable service. Exclusive selection of fine wines, many by the glass.
An exquisite French restaurant constructed around the rustic vestiges of two 1860's woodcutter's cottages. Cozy wood burning fireplaces in winter and lush garden terraces in summer. Inspired modern French cuisine, seasonal tasting menus lunch and dinner, and a 500 label wine selection has something for every palate. One of Toronto's Top 10 Restaurants. "The service at Auberge du Pommier is silken smooth and deliciously attentive; the ambiance is luxe; and the food is very good French technique using impeccable ingredients." Joanne Kates, The Globe and Mail.
Since 1991, the Epicurean has been devoted to the pursuit of sensual pleasure, especially to the enjoyment of great seasonal food and great local wines from Niagara's region with a true French Bistro / Cafe ambience in our dining room and beautiful tucked-away garden patio. Our traditional cafe serves light meals, snacks local wines and refreshments, Ideal for group tours, large parties or casual travlers looking to take a break and just want a light meal and refreshment served quickly from 9 am to 5;30 pm. Note: Reservations are not necessary for our daytime Café service. For parties of 10 or more, please contact us to make a reservation. In the evening, from 5pm to 9pm, our Bistro serves traditional French-Mediterranean cuisines using local and Canadian produced products by our Talented culinary team Bistro or Café. Inside or outside. Morning, noon, and night. Whatever your preference - we deliver fresh and friendly dining the way you like it!
A distant relative of a chain of Polish creperies, Our Crepe"s chefs plate more than 50 kinds of sweet and savory creations made with the traditional European-style pancakes. Lined with savory ingredients such as vegetables, meats, and cheeses, crepes are folded into little pockets for quick and easy consumption. Be sure to save room for one of the shop's sweet dessert crepes, topped or filled with nutella, strawberries, coconut, walnuts, chocolate, and other treats.
A casual chic Parisian eatery featuring Bloor's only streetside patio. A marriage of Canada’s most cosmopolitan city and Parisian bistro style and cuisine, La Société is a dining destination unlike any other in Toronto. Step inside and your senses will be flooded with the sights, scents, and flavours that your Parisian dreams are made of.
The Sultan's Tent & Cafe Moroc evoke a feeling of French Morocco. Enjoy the charms of our belly dancers while dining in lantern lit tents.
Café Moroc is reminiscent of 1930s Casablanca with its cream colours, dark wood accents and giant palms, offers an a la carte menu ideal for dinner, drinks, or dessert.
The Sultan's Tent offers a variety of different seating opportunities throughout the week each with its own belly dance performance. While dining in The Sultan's Tent you choose from our fabulous 3-Course or a la carte dinner menu that offers French-Moroccan influenced food to meet the most discerning palate.
Join us in Café Moroc for our French Bistro dining. Situated at the entrance to The Sultan's Tent, Café Moroc is reminiscent of 1930s Casablanca with its cream colours, dark wood accents and giant palms.
Groups of all sizes are welcome in both areas of our restaurant.
Eat – catch up – indulge. A café should offer more than just a quick cup of coffee. Overlooking the rejuvenated Clarence Park a few short steps from King West, enjoy a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of downtown life.
Founded and staffed by lifelong Parisians, trust that your experience will be nothing less than merveilleux.
NOW OPEN in the Distillery District - Cluny is a Modern French inspired restaurant with a twist. Casual, fun, with vibrant music and breathtaking design and approachable food to share with friends. This is not your parent's French Bistro! Also, home to a patisserie serving fresh baked breads and pastries to take home.
The Only On King opened its doors in the heart of historic downtown London, a stone’s throw from Budweiser Gardens and the Covent Garden Market where the casual dining restaurant sources most of its fresh ingredients.
Chef Paul Harding is serving sophisticated but approachable French and Italian cuisine.
The menu, which also features ingredients purchased from local southwestern Ontario farmers, boasts several dishes that are priced $29 or less.
Located in a historic building and former dairy on King Street, the restaurant is a relaxing, warm and inviting space to enjoy an inspired meal and the company of family and friends.
The intimate dining room, which features photographs of historic London, is a true gem for the city’s restaurant-goers.