all i can say is go for the sable fish and ask for extra bread for that wonderful sauce.
Warmth and comfort come together in this small, simple bistro, both in lovely touches, such as cookies made-to-order (what could be more warming?), and in the satisfying Cuban-inspired French-bistro cuisine that is the creation of chef/owner Corinna Mozo. Lovely salads, garlicky roast chicken, a good Cubano sandwich, and frites are mainstays. The desserts are standouts, especially the... more
This Cuban eatery is next door to the Lower Ossington Theatre. It has a fairly limited menu, but the food was excellent. We started with Corn Cakes appetizer which we shared. It was spicy and wonderful. The three mains (Steak, Chicken and Cod Fish) were all very good. The mains do not come with sides, and these have to be... more
Bistro fare done with imagination in a very "intime" setting. The menu is not expansive but every dish is prepared with care and attention to detail. This for the true foodie. The home made donuts are a dessert must.
Delux on Ossington was a pleasant surprise. And coveniently located a couple doors down from our favorite tequila bar; Reposado (save that for next time though. This was a Tuesday night). Small and understated industrial decor w faux leather bench seating lead into a minimal menu of inexpensive but delicious apps, entrees and desserts. A quick phone call we learned... more
You have be in-the-know to locate this hip spot: only a glowing white arrow points the way into the restaurant, where Chef Corinna Mozo cooks up seasonal French bistro fare with a smattering of Cuban influences in an elegantly rustic space. Lunch Tue.-Sat., dinner Tue.-Sun. Casual. Entrees: $18-$23. MC, V.
Marble top tables and dark wood accents now frame the made-over space in this French-Cuban restaurant. Under the direction of chef Corinna Mozo, the menu is mainly bistro fare, including duck confit, garlic roasted chicken, and steak frites. Cuban influences are present, notably the Cuban sandwiches. Delux has an extensive wine list, and offers take out. Delux serves a Cuban lunch Tuesday to... more
Located on the popular Ossington Street strip, Delux has been a west-end Toronto dining fixture since opening in 2008. At lunch during the week and for weekend brunch, chef Corrina Mozo's menus are focused on Cuban food, with the Cuban sandwich drawing rave reviews. But at dinner time, traditional French dishes make their way out of the kitchen at this bistro. Try braised rabbit and vegetable... more