This place is great. It's centrally located (Bay & Bloor) and the food is awesome. You can also get Dinner & a Movie deals which are great. Purchase an entree and your movie is only $7. Can't go wrong.
Bloor Street Diner is located right in the Manulife Centre and is great to hit up for dinner and a movie (They have a great deal if you buy an entree you can get a movie ticket for cheap). I love the fact that they have a more pub style side to the restaurant as well as a nicer side if you want something a little fancier. Decent prices. Good Food. Nice Atmosphere!
Food is good, patio is great in the summer. Its right inside the Manulife Centre on Yonge and Bloor. I found it a little pricey for what it is but they have an excellent drink selection.
If you've shopped until you've dropped along Bloor Street West, this is just the place to grab a bite to eat and let your feet and your credit card recover. It's two restaurants in one: Le Café/Terrasse is an informal bistro that serves decent soups, salads, and sandwiches all day; La Rotisserie is a slightly more upscale dining room with heartier Provençal-style fare. Basics are what they do... more
Located in the "Golden Mile" district, one would assume the food will be good because of 1. The clientele and 2. The prices they charge.
I ordered a beef sandwich and what came out could be anything but. The meat was dry, yellowish brown, over cooked (likely microwaved), and the jus might as well be wallpaper glue. My companion ordered... more
The Bloor Street Diner in the Manulife Centre is a long time favorite and with friends living at 44 Charles I have eaten there many times. The food is always consistently good. Their steak/frites is always delicious as are many of the other items on what I can only describe as a very solid menu. There is lots of choice... more
Service is professional, friendly and discrete. Decor is pleasant. Balcony overlooks Bay Street. Food was excellent. No loud music blaring, and no people shouting at each other which meant we could hold a conversation and have memories of a pleasant ecperience..
At the original Bloor Street Diner imported roasters turn out the core of the Provençale fare, such as chicken with sun-dried tomato aïoli, and grilled salmon with pink grapefruit vinaigrette. Glass indoor patio. Lunch, dinner daily; Sun. brunch buffet. Smart casual. Entrées: $10-$22. AE, MC, V.
Nestled within the popular Manulife Centre and a part of the bustling Bloor Street, over the years Bloor Street Diner has reinvented itself. It now offers the casualness of a typical American diner and elaborate menu of a French cafe-bistro. Boasting of two patios and several rooms, space is certainly not a constraint here. The menu too is extensive featuring appetizers like Quesadilla,... more
Bringing a taste of Provence to Toronto, the Bloor Street Diner/La Rotisserie is one of the few downtown haunts that actually lives up to its chi chi address. The menu includes a wide ranging selection from fresh fish, to rotisserie meats and even late night light meals. La Rotisserie includes a bar, a dining room and a take-out counter. A generous by-the-glass wine selection, all from the... more