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Toronto's original Middle-Eastern restaurant.
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Jacques Bistro du Parc has been around for ages in the Yorkville scene, so I was delighted to finally have a go at it myself. I was utterly blown away by the personal touches and service, not to mention the delicious French fare. Nothing uptight about this place, just a quaint bistro that does not cut any corners. The meal... more
We were impressed with a food, service was good as well. Place itself is a very small, but it has some romantic and cozy atmosphere because of that.
We have ordered french onion soup (very good!)
Snails (very nice as well)
and lamb chops (very good as well)
We will definitely come back to this restaurant!
The true meaning of elegance is 'nothing missing, nothing extra'. I think this perfectly describes Jacques Bistro du parc. From the sidewalk looking in, you could almost miss it. It's not frou-frou as you might suspect, given it's location. Inside it's warm and cozy and you almost feeling like you have just stepped into someone's dining room. The service is... 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