Best Restaurant in Canada
Best New Restaurant By Toronto Life
This place is pricey, but seems worth a try. Food selection is pretty Canadian or Contintental. Chicken, ONtario Lake Bass, Pork Loin, Lake Erie Pickeral, Ontario Red Deer.
They also have a 3,4,5 course tasting menu that go for $70, 85, 95 respectively.
Toronto Life Review:
Referencing many ethnic sources, as well as molecular techniques, chef-co-owner Scot Woods has honed a meticulous, sometimes miniaturist style. The molecular pyrotechnics that caused such a buzz last year have mellowed, yet details still astonish. An amuse, for example, might be a morsel of seared tuna coated with ground pepper and coriander seed, paired with chopped green beans, a tiny confited potato, a minuscule poached egg, a sliver of black olive topped with a wafer-thin olive crisp, and dots of a rich, chili-spiked sauce. Japan is the inspiration for ribbons of Kobe topped with mushrooms, Asian pear and shaved truffle, sharing the bowl with mushroom dashi and potato. Co-owner Simon Bower makes fine wine matches from a list that’s strong in unique U.S. bottles. Service suits the kitchen’s serious intentions. Mains $28–$39.