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Went here for adult family birthday celebration. We had a fabulous roomy booth. The restaurant is beautiful, but it was very quiet, which created a little lack lustre ambiance. The food was good. Very heavy and a little too much. The service and wine selection was excellent. The signature Estia Spritz was delicious! I enjoyed my experience at Estia. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Culinary artists, excellent staff, visually pleasing room with soft music gently adding to the overall relaxing atmosphere. You are meant to savour not only the amazing flavours but also the warm yet professional attention. Trust them - they have a culinary vision and they are achieving it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Come get your morning coffee fix with beans from Reunion Island Coffee and if you're hungry, try our balanced range of breakfast offerings in collaboration with local gurus The Tempered Room and Ripe Nutrition. Grab something to go or settle in and tap into our lightning fast wifi. At night, this cushy spot gets even more intimate. With a carefully crafted menu of shareable plates, mouthwatering cocktails, and a wine list courtesy of our in-house sommelier, featuring natural and biodynamic wines – this is where to refine your palate.More
With population rates soaring in recent years, Toronto has a developed a melting pot of a cuisine in style and flavor. With influences as broad as Korea, Venezuela, Ethiopia, and Eastern Europe, you’ll find both big-named cheffy establishments side-by-side authentic global fare. Frequently used as a backdrop for TV and movies set in New York City, this cosmopolitan food destination is not unlike NY in its serious variety, in particular in the Asian realm (a sector not to be missed on any trip to Toronto) and ubiquity of quality hotdogs. A stroll through Kensington Market showcases the city’s best food finds in a matter of a few blocks that is wholly immersive. And like NYC, if you’re hungry for it, you can find it in Canada’s biggest city.