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 Post subject: Dining in Toronto
PostPosted: Sat Jul 24, 2010 5:02 pm 
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Visited a cousin in Toronto and ate at the Granite Club as well as the Food Studio Cafe (Cafeteria style).
Both were wonderful! The waitstaff were very helpful and the chefs eager to accomodate.
Dd had tiger shrimp, jasmine rice, a variety of steamed vegetables and a fruit tray for dessert at the first restaurant and roast pork on jasmine rice with a pretty green salad that included flowers! at the second.

Too much jasmine rice which is not her favourite but on our way to get our cooler for diner we spotted the Made in Japan: Teriyaki Experience which she loves and we had that with sticky rice for dinner.

I carry food but like to try to eat out...I am starting to become adventurous! :swing

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 Post subject: Re: Dining in Toronto
PostPosted: Thu Aug 19, 2010 2:40 pm 
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Location: Toronto
We get a lot of calls about dining out in Toronto.

Pls. weigh in to help those too shy to post.
(And there are loads, apparently. Don't be shy, folks...)

Here are a few ... FYI, I always phone and speak to someone re my food allergies, and get into keeping separate pans.
I also recommend thanking for accommodations at RSVP stage - favourable impression of you before you even arrive.

For pn, nut and shellfish allergies, I've found Mercatto on Toronto St. (King and Church area) very good.
http://www.mercatto.ca/
Nearby Terroni also used to be good, but I'd call to check in case of new mgmt.

I've found most Il Fornellos accommodating, but again would check with a specific one in advance: http://ilfornello.com/locations/

Danforth area:
- Allen's - Irish pub, good food, accommodating.
- Globe Bistro - more expensive, v. good food. http://www.globebistro.com/

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 Post subject: Re: Dining in Toronto
PostPosted: Thu Aug 19, 2010 2:43 pm 
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Location: Toronto
College W. / Little Italy area - Olivia's -nice food, v. accommodating
http://www.oliviasat53.com/

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