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Chiado’s kitchen strives to offer it’s patrons a taste of Portuguese gastronomy. Since it’s inception in August 1991, Chiado has promoted various styles of cooking from across Portugal, incorporating products from Canada and the United States. Chiado endeavors to be a leader in the evolution of Portuguese cuisine through it’s modern approach to cooking. This approach uses traditional techniques... more
Chiado endeavors to be a leader in the evolution of Portuguese cuisine through it's modern approach to cooking.WEBSITE
not only in my mind but in the mind of many critics. it is constantly on the top 10 list of toronto life magazine, and for good reason. be warned, it's pricey.
A few years back, my husband and I decided to eat at this restaurant. The atmosphere was nice, the food was excellent and the service was perfect. They even cleaned the crumbs off our table after each course. The only thing, it was way overpriced for dinner for two...and we didn't even order wine!
Overall good experience!
It's all relaxed elegance here, beginning with the fine selection of appetizers at Senhor Antonio Tapas and Wine Bar and continuing through the French doors to the dining room, which has polished wood floors and plum-velvet armchairs. The exquisite fish, which form the menu's basis, are flown in from the Azores and Madeira. You might have monkfish, grouper, or peixe espada (scabbard fish).... more
This is the classic definition of a great restaurant , impecable service and hospitality combined with great food in a comfortable environment . Everything is fresh and tastes amazing . if you love Fish this is home . But i havent had anything there that wasnt wonderful. Enjoy you wont regret it
Previous visits to this highly regarded Portuguese restaurant in Toronto’s corresponding ethnic ghetto have been satisfactory full-priced experiences; or they have been complimentary trade lunches for wine aficionados where the standard of cuisine rose a few notches higher. A few days ago, I celebrated an anniversary with 5 members of my family, opting for the 3-course $25 lunch uniquely... more
The food and service were impeccable. When we arrived, the maitre'd was quick to greet up and did not make us wait. We had reservations so that likely explains why he was so quick to serve us. There was a couple who didn't have one and while they were not treated rudely, he attended to us first--which makes sense to... more
fish, which is flown in fresh most days of the week (including marinated sardines, octopus salad, giant shrimp). The wine list, purported to be the biggest collection of Portuguese grapes on the continent, has something for everyone (madeira and port are a forte).
Chiado's kitchen strives to offer it's patrons a taste of Portuguese gastronomy. Since it's inception in August 1991, Chiado has promoted various styles of cooking from across Portugal, incorporating products from Canada and the United States. Chiado endeavors to be a leader in the evolution of Portuguese cuisine through it's modern approach to cooking. This approach uses traditional techniques... more
Chiado Restaurant is a private company categorized under Restaurants and located in Toronto, ON, Canada. Our records show it was established in and incorporated in . Register for free to see additional information such as annual revenue and employment figures.