Toronto's original Middle-Eastern restaurant.
A Culinary Toronto Landmark for 20 Years
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An early arrival to the now-popular, once-empty Leslieville, this casual diner and bistro emphasizes local and organic products that up the quality overall. The burgers are good and are made fresh, as are the generous salads; breakfasts are excellent, including eggs poached in tomato sauce and fine frittatas. Bistro fare includes succulent leg of lamb, veggie risotto, and lovely desserts,... more
Edward Levesque's Kitchen in Leslieville, so i've heard many times through the brunch grapevine, is an east end staple for the city's beloved weekend meal. This spot has caught my eye on many a best brunch list, but being a west-ender I don't often venture as far as the other side of the Don Valley for my Saturday eggs. Having become very familiar with what the west end has to offer in terms of... more
No, I didn't do a D&D but I ate here with a new friend who took me because he loves the place. The terrible reviews I read would have stopped me if I wasn't being treated. I had the Steak/Frites - a Winterlicious choice. Flank steak is flank steak, and you slow cook it or stew it, or do a... more
Wow! Friends took me here for brunch and I had the BEST stuffed french toast ever! It may be trendy, but not like some other trendy spots where I wasn't very impressed with the food. Everything was cooked perfect and the flavors were not overkill. Terrific service to boot!