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About Coppi Ristorante
Coppi Ristorante delivers the quality and consistency of truly authentic Italian food. An intrinsic part of the Lawrence Park community, we have welcomed businesses, family and friends in Toronto for the last two decades.
Our bold new look echoes a fresh infusion of the food, life and style of Italy that we have honoured throughout the years. As always, our aim is to create a gratifying culinary experience for great lovers of food and wine.
Come and join us and find out why Coppi is a staple of Toronto dining and has been successful for so long.
We are proud to be an integral part of this flourishing community, where passion for food is encouraged and celebrated
Toronto, ON M4N 2M6
Hours of Operation:
DINNER: Monday - Saturday 5:30-9:30
WEEKEND BRUNCH: Saturday - Sunday 11:30 am-2:30 pm
WEEKDAY LUNCH: Seasonal, October-March 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Yonge and Lawrence
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Valet Service is $15, Street parking also available
Lawrence Station Subway Stop
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Coppi Ristorante Ratings and Reviews
The most thoughtfully seasoned part of our meal was the bread. A pinch of salt would've made a world of difference with my pappardelle mare e monte. If the star of the plate was intended to be the cherry tomato, then I tip my hat to the chef. But, that's certainly not what I was expecting when I ordered this dish. The pasta appeared to be poorly drained receiving only the slightest bit of olive oil and the tiniest possible hint of garlic yielding a watery and bland bowl of what otherwise would've been perfectly delicious and obviously in-house prepared pasta. The shrimp was bland and the porcini mushroom was scarce and did not seem fresh (waterlogged like a canned mushroom). My husband ordered the salsiccia e polenta. He, too, was underwhelmed. But, the polenta was PERFECT! We were never informed of the specials and didn't know they existed until we overheard them being explained to another table after we'd placed our orders. Our server seemed annoyed at our request for a recommendation. We tipped well based on the attentiveness of the manager, not our server. All-in-all, it was a lackluster visit that we were incredibly underwhelmed by. It's safe to say that we won't be returning.
We went during winterlicious and the menu was well worth it but I would definitely go back and order from the regular menu. Everything we chose was delicious and perfectly prepared. One of our friends has celiac disease and they were able to accommodate her without any problems. Even though it doesn't say gluten free on the menu she asked and they were fantastic about it. Service was fantastic and ambience was comfortable and relaxed with some interesting bike inspired decor. Would definitely recommend to anyone wanting good quality authentic Italian food. Portions are not huge but we each ordered an appetizer, main and dessert with tea/coffee and it was perfect. We didn't have that overly full feeling at the end of a meal when you over eat. It was a little cold because we were seated near the door but other than that it was great.
We go to Coppi every now and then. It is a very good Italian restaurant with some great dishes. We do miss the original owner Fausto but it is in good hands. Service is always friendly and polished. Try the fish encrusted in salt. Very tasty plus you get the table service when they crack the crust open and fillet the fish. The room has gone a renovation, I think it has been a few years now, and looks good.
My friends and I got together to celebrate our anniversaries and decided to enjoy the Summerlicious menu at Coppi. My husband and I have enjoyed dinner at Coppi before as well as the Summerlicious menu last year. There was no doubt that we would enjoy this year's menu. Dinner was absolutely delicious. I would highly recommend this restaurant.
3 out of 4 guests had unacceptable fish as the main course of Summerlicious. In fairness, when the problem was identified the restaurant tried hard to offer various ways of rectification, but bad impressions are hard to overcome . They get good marks for trying but bad marks for needing to try.
Helpings for Summerlicious were cost management small -- not what one should have if the point of summerlicious is to introduce to guests the merits of a restaurant they might not otherwise visit. Summerlicious is an opportunity for a restaurant to show off their wares --This restaurant missed that point entirely.
Went for summerlicious with some friends. The food was very hit or miss among my group. We all remarked on how yummy the starter bread was (crispy, with olive oil, salt and fresh rosemary). Some were happy with their appetizers but those who got the tomato mozzerella di buffalo salad were disappointed (it was bland and the slices of mozzerella were tiny cubs instead of the usual loony-sized slices). Same with the mains, most of the group felt so-so about their meals. I had the sea bream with olives, cherry tomatoes and roasted potatoes and it was very good. Portion sizes were not large. We were all quite pleased with desserts. Most had the butterscotch pudding which was rich and creamy. The Gida D'Italia cocktail was very tasty, not too sweet and quite refreshing. Which was a good thing because the restaurant was quite hot that day. It was very hot and humid outside and we were seated by the window with the sun coming in. The staff was feeling it too. Would I go back to Coppi? It wouldn't be my first choice but if my dining companion(s) wanted to, I wouldn't be opposed.
I was extremely pleased with the service and food. The restaurant is very modern and the theme appealing - I've been a fan of Fausto Coppi in my younger days. The restaurant tables are nicely spread out so there is never a crammed feeling like seen in many other restaurants.
Michael - our server - was excellent and yet attentive. He let us order at our own pace and when we were ready. We never felt rushed throughout the evening.
So much so we had to ask for the bill........even though we had closed the restaurant. Now that is a feeling I have only experienced in Europe. Kudos!
I recommend you keep on going with this formula.....because customers will notice and the word will spread.....this is a hidden gem
Although we have had some good meals here in the past on this occasion we were a larger group and the service was exceptionally slow even though it was a week night. When food came much of it was not hot. We stated our concerns but staff was not very responsive. We were very disappointed as we were entertaining out of town guests .
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