Their Ukrainian borsch is just perfect and only 4.5 for a large plate.
Atmospherically, Chopin is not your typical trendy Toronto bar decked out in salvage-chic decor. Here you will find a basic dining area decorated with framed photos of the eponymous composer, the major sporting event of the day on the big TV, and posters for local Polish community events taped up around the door.
But what this place lacks in appearance appeal it makes up for in every other... more
We've been coming to this restaurant for over 10 years, always happy and pleased with the quality of the food.
Tonight however was a nightmare. Not the food, but the service. Being the only two people there, we were privy to an hour long conversation between the wait staff and customer service of a phone company. The waitress was belligerent and very aggressive with the customer service... more
I liked this restaurant-- we went to Little Poland since I absolutely love polish food, but weren't able to make it until fairly late in the day (9 PM on a Sunday). All the restaurants that were technically supposed to be open were closed, but Chopin Restaurant was open. At first glance Chopin Restaurant looked like a sports bar, but were advertising authentic Polish food, so we gave it a... more