The atmosphere at Fire on the East Side is laid back and comfortable. Using only the freshest of ingredients, we've created a southern inspired menu that is sure to please. An extensive wine list, signature martinis like "Hey Loosey" and "Liza's Pillbox", a selection of draft beers and scrumptious fresh desserts, all add in making Fire on the East Side ... more
Fire on the East Side offers a southern-inspired menu for brunch, lunch and dinner with selections including Southern Fried Chicken, Pan Seared Black Cod, Jambalaya and Fried Oysters.
In April 2010 I gave this place a "4". Unfortunately, a return visit the other day was nowhere near as good. Again, i had the pickerel but this time it was a thick chunk instead of a nice thin fillet.
It was served over an unappetizing bed of lukewarm spinach surrounded by some kind of pureed "brown stuff". Very disappointing.
The service here was great - I accidentally dropped my fork and I swear the waiter swooped by with a replacement milliseconds later. I had the bacon-wrapped meatloaf and it was just divine. The interior is really neat with some interesting accent pieces. My friends had the risotto and the jambalaya and both looked and tasted really good. However, the... more
Sat outside, quiet and pleasant street. Waitress was delightful, Australian, helpful and great service. The salads were fresh and the meat loaf was large enough to share with 2 people. Both delicious and the Mill st organic lager shandy delicious too.
This laid-back lounge (formerly Fenton’s) sits off the main drag of Toronto Gay-district and satisfies patrons with Cajun, soul food and Tex-Mex delights. Arrive early if you hope to snag a seat on the curbside patio for a weekend brunch or after-work martinis.
Fire on the East Side has a few solid things going for it. The room is stunning, and waiters make up in good cheer what they... more