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Downtown Toronto's historic tourist district
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For me, the best Italian meal I have had in Toronto. This was our first visit and everything was perfect - food, service, wine and a friendly ambience. Rather more noisy than I prefer, but it was the people, not music that was the cause. Tables are close together, which adds to the problem, but at the same time makes... more
This is a great hidden gem located on Yonge Street just south of Eglinton and so easily accessible by subway. Their specialties are fish and pasta and provide wonderful attentive service. It is easy to make reservations on-line, but the place is not large and so you need to make reservations early.
My wife and I went for Summerlicious with 2 friends ( 3 course scaled down dinner with a choice of appetizer,entree,dessert for a fixed price - $ 35.00/diner). Wine was a little pricey but that is to be expected but was very much to our liking.
Food was excellent and service was awesome with very attentive waitress/waiters.
Would highly recommend... more
Nestled in an old Edwardian building at Yonge and Eglinton, Zucca opened in February 1996 — deriving its name from the Italian word for pumpkin. Zucca’s menu focuses on the regions of Italy, featuring dishes from Sicily, Umbria, Puglia, Tuscany and Sardinia. Items include fusilli alla liparota, bisteca di manzo, cecchi di castagne, and a mostly Italian wine list.
Enthusiasts find much to cheer at this "exceptional" Midtown Italian, from the "delicious", "authentic" dishes ("don't miss the pasta") to the "friendly" service; the "small, uninspiring room" doesn't match, and climbing prices mean it may no longer be the "bargain" it once was, but almost all agree it's still an "absolute favourite" "worth many visits."