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About Terroni - Queen
We allot the following dining periods per reservation:
2-4 guests, 1 hour and 45 minutes 5-6 guests, 2 hours and 15 minutes 7 or more guests, 2 hours, 45 minutes
Should you like more time for your reservation, please call us and we will do our very best to accommodate.
Toronto, ON M6J 1E8
Hours of Operation:
Sunday- Thursday 11:30-11:00
Queen and Bathurst
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Queen and Claremont
Private Party Facilities:
We offer one fully private room for 12-14 guests and other semi-private options can be discussed with our events team firstname.lastname@example.org
Private Party Contact:
email@example.com: (416) 925-4020
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please contact us to book your special event at firstname.lastname@example.org
Terroni - Queen Ratings and Reviews
Everything was amazing. Had a caprese salad to start, glass of red wine recommended by waitress, then I had the Rigatoni with Buffalo Mozzarella, and then for dessert I had the Tiramisu. The atmosphere was great and the service was impeccable. I must add one point (not necessarily negative, but good to note), you must make a reservation. You will be asked to leave if you take too long as this restaurant has a limited number of seating, and is very much in demand. They will rush you out the door if you are going past "your time allotment"!
We were at the Queen St. location around 7pm November 19th, upstairs close to the front. Our server was knowledgeable, friendly and gave the best advice on food to choose. Her wine choices were dead on. We had the best time, even toyed with the idea of getting an additional plate of pasta the food was so good. Luckily, we came to our senses and ordered an additional dessert instead :P 2 orders of the caramel dessert is highly recommended.
Food was fantastic. Service was great aswell. Price is medium not cheap but not too expensive. Very tight space and people with small children may feel uncomfortable because it's small but the atmosphere in the resturant is very chill and relaxed.
Would go again for sure.
We had 2 pizzas and shared a tiramisu. The pizzas were amazing! I had the Stefano and my date had a spicy sausage pizza.
However, the tiramisu was a bit disappointing considering it IS an Italian restaurant. They serve them in these mini 1/2 jars (so small) for $10! So it didn't have all the layers you would get from a traditional slice. Disappointing...
This location is very crammed and not the most romantic atmosphere. The Rosedale location is wayyyy better!
The food was great as always, the atmosphere in the restaurant is lovely. The staff overall is very welcoming and they're happy to help customers to understand the food and drinks menu . Unfortunately, I had a situation where I asked some cheese for the salad I ordered and the answer was: "We don't put Parmesan Cheese on salads, it's only for Pasta dishes"; honestly if I had been explained/advised that Parmesan Cheese in the type of salad I order wouldn't go well, I would've understood; but not putting Cheese in a dish that is not pasta is NOT a customer-friendly reason. At the end of the day if customers puts cheese on their salads, it's their choice!
There's a reason why they say 'The customer is always right'..
I brought my grandparents here and was very unhappy with the overall experience. Our server was snooty and not helpful. The menu was very confusing and the food was meh overall. We were charged incorrectly for the wine and when asked for butter our server said they don't have any.
We are new to Toronto and have fallen in love with this great restaurant! Excellent food each time we've come, good service, friendly staff! The ambience is wonderful! I hear there are other locations, but I love the intimate, cozy feel of this one. Looking forward to bringing our out of town guests.
have been there several times and love the food but am finding the tables are way too close and loud loud loud. I don't want to hear the entire conversation next to me. This last time the food was not as good as I remember but maybe I ordered the wrong thing.
Food is always excellent.
Service was impressively inatentive. I don't know it is OK to have staff deliver appetizers and mains without the waiter once coming back to the table to ask if everything is ok or if we need anything (pepper, parmasean...). Oh, well so much for the extra glass or two of wine that we would have liked WITH our meal.
I was seated 40 minutes after my reservation time even though the party occupying the table had already paid their bill. Restaurant had no policy or alleged recourse to remove the party. I don't understand what the point of a reservation is, if I have to wait literally 40 minutes to be seated after my arrival. This was my birthday celebration and dampened my experience from the moment I walked in.
Also, even though it was single digit weather outside, the air conditioning was blasting. Everyone in my party was cold and our food got cold within minutes due to the excessive AC.
I've loved Terroni in the past. Unfortunately, I don't know if I'll be returning. They put our party of four in the corner by the front window ... under a blaringly loud speaker. We asked them to turn it down, but instead they moved us to a booth by the front door. The food, it must be said, was very good -- which it always is -- but the service was subpar. We ordered a lot of first courses, which they brought all at once. There was no room on the table at all. As we finished dishes we piled up plates and I had to flag down the hostess to get somebody to come by to clear them. The same was true later in the meal and again when we needed more water. Granted, it was Saturday night and very busy, but we were essentially forgotten and had to use the hostess as the conduit to our server any time we needed anything.
You're better than this, Terroni!
We booked a table for my boyfriend's birthday. The wine bottles are ridiculously expensive for what they are, above the average bottle price in any decent restaurant. Special Week's fish option, a dish with one fillet was basically a ton of salad with just a bit of fish (for $22). They realized the size of fish was noticeably small and they offered a half price for the dish. The pizza we ordered was average. Grilled octopus appetizer was good but both that and the fish were charred too much to the point of leaving a burnt bitter taste in the mouth.
For the price, the uncomfortable chairs and small table, the infrequent visits of host (we had to pour our own wine) and the quality of food, I would definitely not recommend this branch to anyone. Sorry!
I would recommend Terroni because I have been there several times and never had a bad meal. Because people I have taken there have been back on their own and recommended it to others. Because the food is wonderful and the staff has never been anything but charming and helpful.
We were given the option of dining on the outdoor patio and it was fabulous. Not noisy and tables weren't jammed together like the Yonge St location. Service was excellent. Food was pretty good. Appys and mains didn't all get to the table at the same time so that was a bit ackward. Caprese salad was good but quite small; salad with strawberries was fabulous and special salad was pretty good but pretty steep price for an appy. Mains were good. Special pasta (gnocchi) was ok but not great; gnocchi was a bit mushy and seemed obvious it was cooked earlier and reheated. Sauce on special pasta was not very tasty. Desserts were quite good. Overall very expensive for good food. Atmosphere at queen street location much nicer, quieter and less hurried than Yonge street.
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