Noce Restaurant and Bar offers an interesting and contemporary menu of Italian cuisine. A 2 glass Wine Spectator award list that can be viewed in a spectacular wine cellar. Noce offers 3 private dining areas for groups of 8 to 50 guests and an outdoor patio that seats 80 persons.
Noce is an old school Italian food gem hidden amongst a gentrified Westside Toronto. The staff is friendly and very helpful. The food is like something you would devour at your Nonna's Sunday meal. Fresh ingredients and handmade pasta make a meal at Noce an authentic Italian treat.
The ambiance is romantic, with a view of Trinity Bellwood park across the street. While you sit and slowly sip... more
Came here for Summerlicious with a friend.
We were seated outside, and soon after the bread basket arrived. Both the sourdough and the focaccia were very good, as was the olive oil that came with them.
I started with the white gazpacho. You are probably wondering what could be interesting about a gazpacho that's not even red. This dish was one of the best soups I had in a long time. First, the... more
The food is notably overpriced. The beef carpaccio was fabulous as well as the mushroom stuffed ravioli in a truffled butter. The sea bass wasn't very impressive at all and the potato and spinach along side it was even more bland. The ambiance is nice, quiet and romantic but I couldn't help but notice an arrogance in the air. I quickly found the arrogance comical as I realized it was their... more
Noce attracts an upscale, eclectic crowd to its fine-dining atmosphere. House specialities include the Noce salad, with organic baby greens, slices of pear and asiago. The homemade pastas change every season.
A warm welcome, just-right service, and top-notch cooking are the hallmarks of this off-the-beaten-path restaurant. You’ll find amazing, tender house-made pastas with just the right amount of “bite,” and secondi like braised veal cheeks with polenta, roasted quail with sautéed shiitakes, and beef tenderloin with roasted chestnuts and red wine reduction. Of course you can’t have Italian food... more