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"Charming, delightful and very French" sum up this "intimate" Bloor-Yorkville long-timer proffering "simply delicious" "traditional" dishes that remind diners of being "in Paris"; if the decor lags behind, "wonderful hosts" Jacques and Martine make up for it by creating a "pleasant" atmosphere and overall "unforgettable experience."
We found this restaurant through Trip Advisor and it had pretty good reviews. It is a tiny place with a smallish menu but the food was absolutely fabulous. Very tasty and the desserts a delight. A great taste of France in Yorkville. service was attentive and friendly and the location very quaint.
Saw the recommendations on trip advisor and decided I must give it a try whilst visiting a friend who is in Toronto. On a busy Saturday evening we arrived, was greeted by friendly staff. Can't recommend the French Onion Soup enough - it's a must have. Warm bread was on offer (very tasty), service outstanding and so attentive. It was... more
I recently found this gem in the heart of yorkville and my only regret was that I had not found it any sooner. If you want some comforting and delicious French food in an intimate environment, with such jolly and friendly staff, this is the place! Very reasonable place and excellent dessert selection. You'll feel like you're by your grandma's... more
An intimate spot that seats about 30, Jacques serves fresh French cuisine to tourists and to locals who live and work around Yorkville. Lunch is very affordable and the plat du jour is a welcome option for the busy professional. Dinners offer a wealth of choices in soups, appetizers, entrees and desserts, while the selections from the table d’hote provide a well-matched set of alternatives.... more
Under a canopy of patriotic blue, this cozy French bistro has been serving the local and tourist communities for decades. Self-described as one of Toronto's best-kept secrets, it is a small but well-defined mainstay in the midst of the main shopping district. What started as a strictly gourmet omelet menu has grown into a complete dining equation. Now, at Jacques Bistro du Parc, there is also a... more