A Piece of France in the Heart of the Toronto
A Culinary Toronto Landmark for 20 Years
Serving Toronto Freshness Since 2002!
Downtown Toronto's historic tourist district
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With so many different deserts and dishes, it's hard to make a solid opinion from only one visit. You need to go multiple times and get every item, because they are all great.
This is a cozy, fun and hip little cafeteria style eatery. The croud is the usual Annex student croud and they have found the next best thing to Moma's home cooking. There are many tasty choices but the mashed potatoes are by far my favorite thing on the menu...Light, fluffy and accompanied by the best mushroom gravy ever! The also have a great patio for people watch and sangria sipping as well as a full bakery with amamzing cakes, cookies and tarts. The strawberry shortcake is to die for!
Future Bistro has good food at fair prices. It is not fine dining, but then I am not a fine diner. It is not far from the University and has a large student clientele.In summer, you can sit outside and take in the pleasant Bloor Street crowds.The coffee is also very good. The staff are pleasant.
This bistro was introduced to me when i was studying in toronto a few years ago and is a must eat each time i revisit my old stomping ground. Its a great place to catch up with friends over a hot apple cider and slab of cake or to grab a tasty and filling meal at any time of day.... more
This is one of the best places in Downtown Toronto to just sit, talk, catch up, and enjoy yummy food and great desserts. Usually we go for their cakes and cheesecakes. Usually they have about 20 different kinds of cakes, cheesecakes, and tarts on display. For 8 dollars you can get a decent size slice of cake and a cup... more