Michael G.
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Michael G. Reviews

Multitech Graphics
Whitby, ON
May 03, 2012
Great company that really goes the extra mile to ensure the job gets done on time. I've sent countless "rush" jobs to them at the last minute and there's never an issue. Great on the phone and through email. As mentioned in previous posts, their pricing is excellent...difficult to top.
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Trek Bicycle Queen West
Toronto, ON
Apr 17, 2012
Great shop for skilled and unpretentious service. Huge selection of bikes ranging from intro-level commuters to 10k carbon race steeds. Some prices are a little bit higher than other shops, but when purchasing a bike you generally get a discount on gear and free tune ups for a year. Should also be noted that they have a professional fit shop and throw in a session when purchasing a road bike over a minimum amount ($1200??).
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murrays sandwich emporium
Toronto, ON
Apr 04, 2012
I walked by this place a thousand times before finally deciding to stop by for some lunch. The vibe is very cool. It's a sort of vintage, wood grain aesthetic with classic hip hop on the sound system and skateboarding/snowboarding/skiing videos playing by the front door. Service was courteous and informal. I had my sandwich in 5 minutes and it was AWESOME. The bread was lightly toasted and perfectly crunchy on the outside. They also have a couple of decent beers on tap although I'd like to see more (and local!)Overall this is a great place. Perhaps my one issue is the price...a slightly steep $9 for my sandwich.
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Cinquelire
North York, ON
Apr 03, 2012
I was here for my staff Xmas party and had a great time. The food was better than I expected. Service was friendly and prompt, even with a party of at least 15 people. I had a steak that was well prepared and absolutely gigantic. After a few pizza appetizers I barely had room to finish. Would definitely go back again.
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By jennifer on Apr 03, 2012
I ordered the cheese pasta with the truffle oil. It was absolutely amazing!

Front Street Animal Hospital
Toronto, ON
Feb 28, 2012
I moved to the area last year and desperately needed a local vet to attend to my 6 month old German Shepherd. I was initially drawn to Front Street Animal Hospital for its convenience - the clinic is only 5 minutes from my house. However, after a few visits I've grown to appreciate the honesty and respect I've received from the front end staff and Dr.Juan. I feel like they have the best interests of my pet in mind, but also consider the practical and financial implications of expensive vet bills. The options are always laid out on the table and there's no pressure or "upselling". Coming from a rather expensive vet in the East end this was a nice change. I've had a number of lengthy phone calls with the vet that have actually saved me from coming in....bonus.
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Wvrst
Toronto, ON
Feb 14, 2012
I'm always on the look out for new beer-centric bars and restaurants in the city. Fortunately for me, this European-inspired beer hall popped up a short walk from my home. I've been a number of times now and have a couple observations I'd like to share. 1) Wvrst takes just about any animal you can think of and transforms it into tube form. The diameter of said meat-tubes are approximately the same size as the human mouth. HOW CONVENIENT!2) Wvrst is beer-centric. That's good news for me. They usually have a Dieu Du Ciel! offering on tap along with Kensington Brewery's Augusta Ale, some other Black Oak offering and and a line up of solid European imports. 3-a)Service is prompt, simple and adequate. 3-b) They have made the mistake of hiring hipsters across the board. I asked for a pint of Augusta Ale, not a pint and a patronizing I-hate-my-job-and-think-I'm-better-than-you smirk.Overall a super solid place with great beer and decent food. Expect a sausage to run around $9. Fries are around $3-4.
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Air Canada Centre
Toronto, ON
Feb 09, 2012
I've been here for a number of different sporting events and never been let down. It's a great all around facility. While approaching 15 years old, it doesn't show its age. Food is decent but a bit expensive. What's more depressing is the price of beer. For a boring old macro-beer you will part ways with $12. OUCH.
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Ha Long Bay Bistro - CLOSED JULY 30Th 2013
Toronto, ON
Oct 24, 2011
Love the sandwich special - can't be beat for $9.
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Easy Crate
Woodbridge, ON
Oct 20, 2011
I went in to the showroom this afternoon and got everything I need to move, wonderful people skills!They even loaded my van!WHAT A GOOD IDEA easycrate is the way to go!
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Bark Busters GTA
Toronto, ON
Oct 05, 2011
We dealt with two trainers over a 2 month period of time. Both trainers were pleasant, friendly people that were clearly dedicated to their craft. We found them to be involved and genuinely interested in the progress of our dog. It’s unfortunate that the training methods just didn’t work. Oh, and it cost well over $700.Oh where do I start…1.Training “bags” were a complete joke. After having these thrown at her half a dozen times, she couldn’t be bothered. We followed all instructions, i.e. not picking them up in her line of sight, not treating them as a toy, soaking them in bitter apple, etc. 2.“Bahing” at our dog. After literally months of growling at our dog, the results were negligible. On top of this, it’s completely embarrassing. 3.Told not to use commands. Commands are a “crutch”. Apparently so are treats/toys or any other item you may use to gain the attention of your dog. Ironically, the only method they taught that actually worked used commands (sit, stay). 4.Continued from point 3: training routines didn’t work. Methods to stop pulling, methods to focus on master, methods to stop scratching = failure. After months of a dedicated, concentrated effort we noticed only miniscule improvement.5.“Purchasing ______ (expensive) food will help calm her down”. Well, false in our case. Feeding our dog $70 "premium" foods has made no recognizable impact on the behaviour/energy level of our dog.The worst part about all of this is that their “life time guarantee” is total BS. In the life time of the dog you can never seek outside assistance. And there is NO refund if it doesn’t work. Furthermore, after 5 sessions our trainer kind of threw up her hands and said “oh well”. She seemed genuinely frustrated and at a loss for words at what was happening. She said everything but “this doesn’t work”. She admitted that our dog was an extremely hard case and that this had never happened to her before. It’s a shame. So we paid over $700 to find out that our dog was a hard case. I’ve since done some research, and the general consensus on the internet is that their methods don’t work with large dogs. It seems to intimidate, startle or scare smaller dogs into submission. However, exerting dominance and control over a larger dog seems to require a different approach. Again, I don’t blame my instructor for everything. I also know that there are areas we could improve in. But overall, it was very obvious that the passage of time could change our dog’s behavior as much as this program did. And that wouldn’t require a $700 deposit.
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Smokeless Joe
Toronto, ON
Sep 30, 2011
Smokeless Joe's was part of my regular rotation until they unexpectedly closed up shop earlier this summer. I genuinely missed this place. Fortunately for me and other beer-crazy Torontonians, the close was only temporary. Word on the street had them moving to a larger location in the heart of Little Italy. When I heard this was true I nearly fell off my chair. Finally, a space big enough to host an event or to, or maybe just guarantee me a spot after 8pm on a weekend. Haven't been to the new spot yet (apparently it's open now) but I've heard great things. They've kept some of the same staff so I expect to feel the same vibe when I walk through the front doors. They've always been experts dedicated to their craft, so I doubt this aura will suddenly disappear. Keep up the good work!
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The Animal Clinic
Toronto, ON
Sep 29, 2011
This office is clean and tidy. The receptionists seem relatively on the ball and are generally in a good mood. My sore spot with this vet lies squarely with the pricing structure. $500+ to spay my dog? Are you serious? Seems a little outrageous considering I can have the surgery completed for less than half of that amount elsewhere. I'm aware that they use "cutting edge technology", lasers or something of the sort, but what's the point? Dogs and cats have been spayed and neutered for decades with a knife and a few stitches.
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By bigmac1x on Mar 08, 2016
Some prices are higher. Some are lower. But I think you missed the point of having "cutting edge technology". The laser surgery is less invasive, the pet is in less pain afterwards and the recovery period is much faster. My female Mini Schnauzer had the surgery last year. The incision was only 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch. If saving money is more important to you, then the choice is always yours to use a vet using old methods.

Brassaii
Toronto, ON
Aug 16, 2011
My girlfriend and I decided to try Brassaii after scoring a really decent coupon from FabFinds. I was excited by a menu that seemed to twist a number of classic dishes. The website was slick and the dining room looked flashy so I thought “why not” and made a reservation. We arrived at 730 and were promptly seated in what was a fairly empty dining room. This wasn't really shocking – we intentionally made reservations for a Monday evening to avoid the crowds. Eventually 4 or 5 tables would be sat around us making it feel more like a restaurant and less like an air plane hangar. The decor was slick and modern with exposed brick and that King West vibe. It was upscale but not overkill. I would say that it falls somewhere between “casual upscale” and “fine dining”. The service was efficient and friendly enough. We received our food in a timely manner and had all questions answered. Service was somewhat...hesitant, but my inquisitive mood seemed to bring out the “cheer” in our server. Overall it wasn't the arrogant, nose-in-the-air atmosphere I had heard rumours of. Our food was the highlight of the night. I started with 6 delicious oysters ($19) and then just annihilated a rack of lamb ($35) before moving onto a delectable sweet cord creme brulee ($10). Sweet corn and creme brulee? So weird but so, so delicious. Overall we were both pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food and the chic atmosphere. The service wasn't 100% but it definitely was not the horribly pretentious experience I was expecting. I would definitely come back in the future.
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Lanterra Developments
North York, ON
Jul 25, 2011
When I moved into Neptune at Waterpark City, one of Lanterra's premium condominium properties, I was very excited. The area is fantastic; a dog park, the waterfront path, and CNE/Exhibition centre are close by. I was coming from a smaller building that did not have a concierge desk or any ammentities, so understandably I was looking forward to the added luxuries of a full-service condo. However, my enthusiasm for the building has slowly been replaced by resentment of the property management staff, and a complete lack of faith in almost every employee I have dealt with. The details are too numerous and lengthy to post in full detail, but I'll do my best to quickly summarize. On move in day we had numerous problems with the elevator. We were told by property management, specifically the site “Supervisor”, that we could not use the front lobby to move a few remaining small items. These items were in small boxes or grocery bags, and were organized and neatly packaged. There was no difference between these boxes/bags and a normal load of groceries which was apparently acceptable. We were forced to walk outside, down into the parking garage and up the elevators. We were forbidden to walk across 30 feet in the lobby to get to those same elevators because we were carrying bags. Unbelievable. Second, the building bike policy has changed 3 times in as many months. At first we could bring our bikes through the main lobby without a problem. Then I was instructed to “leave the bike in the parking garage” or use the parking garage entrance. I have recently been informed that bikes are no longer allowed to be stored inside condo units. I have demanded an explanation on many occasions and the response is always the same “call management” or “speak with the supervisor”. I have called and left messages numerous times and have never received a response. No one has given an adequate reason why I can not use 30 feet of space inside the lobby to transport my bike. It's absolutely ridiculous. Thirdly, while this building was advertised as “dog friendly” it is anything but. I have a 7 month old German Shepherd that, as any dog owner can attest, acts like a puppy...a BIG puppy. This means excitement, occasional barking (very rare), lots of play time with other dogs in the building and yes, “mistakes”. For this reason we have been treated poorly by the staff of this building who simply can not differentiate between dangerous, aggressive behaviour and the playful nature of a young dog. I have been made to feel completely incompetent when in fact I take training very seriously. We have invested over $700 in private lessons. Unlike most dog owners we see, we have always taken the extra time to let her do her “business” away from the building. We keep her on a short leash and do not let her run wild. Our trainer has confirmed, and has volunteered to vouch for both our committment to training, and the fact that our dog is NOT in ANY WAY even REMOTELY violent or aggressive. We have done nothing to garner any negative attention. It is simply the overreaction and ignorance of a few employees who have made it uncomfortable for us to enter our own building. Here's a short list of other issues we've had:- Called management twice about dog issues, never received a call back.- Enquired about bike policy half a dozen times, received conflicting responses from all staff- Rotating staff, weekly turn over- Called management about solicitors, received a call back (wow!) at 12:41AM Sunday morning! - Elevators rarely work- Facilities will be ready in March. No, they will be ready in April. No, they will be ready in May. OK, FOR SURE the pool will be open in June. Well it's the end of July and we're still waiting. Even though I love our unit and the area, I will strongly consider moving when my lease expires. I will never consider living in another Lanterra managed property again.
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Classy Dry Cleaners & Alterations
Claremont, ON
Jul 18, 2011
My usual "tried and true" dry cleaning option was closed so I was forced to try Classy. I needed same-day service as I was incredibly short on time. They were very helpful and finished the job on time as they promised. However, the quality and workmanship was not acceptable.I dropped off a number of shirts and two pairs of dress pants. One pair of pants came back with crooked pleats. The other came back with a small stain still visible. Two of the 4 shirts I dropped off came back with ironed-in creases on the front of the shirt, and one had a strangely ironed collar. I will NOT be using this service again. It's pretty simple guys...dry CLEAN and IRON my clothes. They couldn't even get this right.
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The 3 Brewers
Toronto, ON
Jun 09, 2011
Would you ever compare my nephew’s finger paintings to Van Gogh? Would you compare the grease I lube my bicycle chain with to a luscious, Italian olive oil? By uttering “micro brew” or “craft brew” in the same sentence as "Les 3 Brasseurs" this is exactly what you’re doing.I've been to The Three Brewers on three separate occasions. I've given them a fair chance. I'm really quite a reasonable person. I feel that I'm being kind when I offer the following assessment: their food is mediocre, service is indifferent and distant, and their beer sucks.Each and every time I’ve been here I have been served by preoccupied servers that didn’t appear to take an interest in their job. The food is mediocre pub food at best. I had one of their “famous” burgers that was literally no better than a Big Mac. Actually, I’m tempted to say a Big Mac is tastier.And the beer... Oh boy. Mess with my dinner, mess with my service, but please don’t mess with my beer. “Craft beer” is the holy grail of all that ferments. It's about the tiresome and slow work of producing small batches of finely crafted ale and lager with the best ingredients. Craft brew is also about a culture of independence and quality. It’s about flavour and TASTE, something rare in an era of homogenized and watered down suds. Does The Three Brewers make less beer per year than Molson? You betcha. But scale alone does not define micro-brew or craft beer. This place makes boring, lame, uninspired beer. It’s corporate climate, complete lack of service-orientation, and general “mass appeal” strategy is the antithesis of the craft beer revolution.Perhaps I should be happy that, in some twisted way, this place is shedding more light onto the craft beer scene (albeit a dull light). Maybe this is a perfect “gateway” beer that will encourage the curious to dive head first. And I have to admit, it’s no better or worse than a Kelsey’s or East Side Mario’s. I suppose I just object to the perceived quality of it’s product based solely on the coveted title of “Micro-Brewery”. Take away that title and things might just be O.K.
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416 Snack Bar
Toronto, ON
Jun 09, 2011
The TTC ruined my plans for the evening, so on a whim my girlfriend and I decided to try 416 Snack Bar. I had read about this place a number of times and had my interest piqued by the idea of “stoner cuisine” or “snack cuisine”. There's something about sharing numerous small plates that makes dining so much more enjoyable for me. Perhaps it brings back some fond memories of childhood, helping my dad cook chicken wings or grill the finest of strip loin. Or maybe it reminds me of my time in Asia, pouring over a tiny little table-top grill in a oh-so-cramped bar with great friends and great booze. What ever it is, truly sharing a meal with someone gets my blood flowing. 416 Snack Bar offered all of that good stuff and really, really got my blood flowing. First things first: the draft selection is limited, but they've got Flying Monkey's Hoptical Illusion. I LOVE that stuff. I don't care to pair it appropriately...I just want to drink it. Second, the place is just cool...and I mean that. It's right up my alley. It's like grungy-cool, like a well-worn bar with many stories to tell. There are gigantic wood things in the corner. The tables and smooth and the chairs are mismatched and used. I'm a sucker for this decor. Third, and most importantly, the food was great. We sampled the entire menu and the only thing I objected to was the underwhelming sushi pizza. Highlights for me include the lamb chop rogen josh, the marrow toasts, rabbit food and the delicious Chinese-style pork buns (yum). The entire menu (literally) plus a pint of the good stuff totalled $74 after tax and a generous tip. This is fair for me but I can see why some people might be opposed to the idea of paying 75 bones for tiny little morsels of food. Either way, I left feeling very full and very satisfied. Parting ways with under 40 dollars each is, in my eyes, decent enough value for well-prepared and unique food.
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Bar Volo
Toronto, ON
May 30, 2011
I'm a long-time customer of Volo and have mostly positive things to say about this place. If you're a beer lover, they've got an impressive and expansive selection on both tap and in bottle to quench your thirst. The wait staff is generally friendly and knowledgeable about their product. On occasions the service can be somewhat indifferent, but nine times out of ten things are just fine. The price point for this bar is a bit higher and the crowd reflects this. You get a fair mix up 30-somethings and professional types enjoying a pint after work. Food is very decent and more than you would expect for your average "bar". In fact, I really have a hard time calling this place a "bar" for just that reason. Rustic, simple, and delicious thin crust pizzas are sure to please.
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Swish by Han
Toronto, ON
May 09, 2011
After spending nearly a year in Korea I have a pretty solid understanding of their cuisine. I get it, for the most part, and I like it. But I have to admit that it's not the most accessible foreign cuisine. In fact, Korean food generally lags behind Japanese, Chinese, Thai and even Vietnamese style food in popularity.I've got a theory for this that I'll share. Korea's spicy, simple peasant-food style grub hasn't been package correctly. This is not a matter of quality but of marketing. Chinese and Japanese foods have been neatly packaged and slightly tweaked for the western palate. If you didn't know already, chicken balls with sweet and sour "red" sauce are pretty hard to find in China proper. This bastardization has yet to touch Korean food.Now, perhaps this is a good thing. After all, I do spend a lot of time hunting down "authentic" Viet food and "real deal" Chinese. But at the same time, the average person has a hard time swallowing "real deal" Korean food. It's like Heroin, and we really, really need a gateway drug.This is where Swish by Han steps in.Swish offers a full line up of traditional Korean meals turned on their head. Take kimchi pears for example. The texture is the same. The spice is the same. But there's an absolutely delicious, sweet/tangy pear that shines through unlike anything I was exposed to while abroad. Their "swish" set, sort of a Korea-hot pot, is a great choice for 2 people. It's decent value and tastes fantastic.The ambiance ranges from quiet and intimate to rambunctious depending on when you arrive. The decor is a huge plus for me. I absolutely love the huge wood tables. If I could fit one in my apartment I would. The music is usually solid too - usually guitar heavy and just a little bit psychedelic.The service is simple with one or two servers running the entire floor. This is a weak spot for them...I feel as though they could use an extra staff member. More importantly I would encourage them to remember that we're not in Korea; we do expect basic levels of service while dining in Canada. While I'm not saying my service experiences have been negative, they have been highly unpredictable.Overall I've got to hand to Swish for tweaking traditional Korean food and making it palatable to lame-o Westerners. Whether it was their intention or not, they are making Korean food an accessible, realistic choice for nervous new-comers to the cuisine. Swish and other would-be-korean-restaurateurs need to continue to bridge the gap between old and new, Eastern and Western, to allow their cuisine to truly flourish.
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C'est What?
Toronto, ON
May 06, 2011
C'est what is a pioneer and continuing innovator in the Toronto craft brew scene. These guys started off in the late 1980's when it wasn't cool to serve local brew. In fact, it was business suicide. You would have to imagine that they had a few sleepless nights (perhaps added by some fine Ontario craft ale?) wondering about their decision to go local way, way ahead of the curve.Now it's 2011 and they're laughing.C'est What? Consistently serves up the finest this land has to offer in terms of beer, and some really solid eats. Think "haute pub". Daily specials are prepared freshly and expertly, and a beer pairing is easy to obtain from their approachable staff.The atmosphere is right where I like it - quiet at times, raucous at others. It's equally suited to a Friday night on the town or a quiet Wednesday afternoon, nestled up with the paper, a pint and a fantastic burger.For it's enthusiastic support of the craft brew scene and for being not only an originator but a leader, I give this place a solid 4-star rating.
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Caplansky's Delicatessen
Toronto, ON
May 06, 2011
You may have noticed already, but if not I'll let you in on a secret: there's a little deli revival going on in Toronto, and it's headed by Zane Caplansky and his downtown Deli, Caplanky's.I'm going to go right to the point and say that Caplansky's isn't perfect. Their service is, well, a little shmutzy. I've been numerous times and had my order mixed up on most occasions. The servers are all in desperate need of a valium, especially on the weekends. Perhaps there isn't an established system to deal with the sheer volume of weekend of service? Sigh...maybe it's not their fault.The food, however, is pretty darn good. The meat is smoked beautifully and consistently. They shave it paper thin by hand which is a nice touch. I'm not sure this actually makes a real difference but I like it. The apple sauce is good and apparently made in house.This brings me to the mustard issue. The mustard is GOOD, but here's the thing: it's in a Caplansky's bottle and not made in Caplansky's. Our server awkwardly admitted that it is purchased from an outside source and branded as Caplansky's own. Hey - I personally don't care where it came from as long as it's good. Home made is definitely a bonus but what is more important is honesty. I really, really hope that this was a one-off event or better yet a mistake (mixed up some refills?).So, 3 stars because of service inconsistencies and the mystery of caplansky's home-made-in-someone-else’s home mustard.
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The Burgers Priest
Toronto, ON
May 06, 2011
I never thought I would make this statement void of any sarcasm, but here it goes: burgers are IN. Big time. It doesn't take a dedicated foodie to notice the infestation of Toronto by so-called "Gourmet Burger" shops. From the ridiculous (see Dangerous Dan's), to the delicate and haute (Bymark's $35 monster), Burger's have carved quite a little niche in the Toronto food scene. Decidely lacking, however, is a simple burger shop. A burger shop that foregoes the organic/local/exotic-toping-craze in favour of down and dirty, old fashioned American cheese burgers. Enter The Burger's Priest. This place blows. my. mind. I've been more times than I'd like to admit, and each time feels equally special. There's something about their daily-ground beef and loosely packed patty that makes just a little bit of magic happen inside of my mouth. The no-nonesense bun and simple list of ingredients shows off the meat...which is how it should be, right? When someone describes "toppings" as a reason for heaping praise on the newest burger joint, I just dont care. Call me simple. Call me out of date. I just want to taste the meat. This place gets 5 stars for serving the BEST burger in town. Perhaps I could knock a few points off for the line ups or the lack of dining room, but you know what, forget about it. What they hand over the counter in a brown paper bag more than makes up for it.
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By silver on Nov 15, 2011
Good, but not the BEST in town!

Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel
Montréal, QC
May 04, 2011
This is heaven for lovers of finely crafted, artisanal beer. A fantastic little hideaway with some of Canada's, nay, the world's best craft beers. Other than the beer, which is really the selling point, the atmosphere is welcoming and memorable. It's laid back, warm, calming. You often catch laptop toting university students buried in homework or friends catching a pint after work. It's more a beer-cafe, if you will. Prices are what you would expect for this type of product. Food is decent but fairly limited. It can get very busy at night and on weekends, so cramming in your party of 8 at midnight may not be a great option.
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Sidecar
Toronto, ON
May 04, 2011
Sidecar is a TOTAL sleeper. Some how this place has managed to keep a relatively low profile in a very competitive segment. It's not brilliant. It won't dazzle you with far-out recipes and ultra innovative dishes. It does, however, make a risotto to DIE FOR and tempts you with excellent bread, oil, and vinegar. The service is way above its price range. Very knowledgeable servers generally look like they want to be there. A+ 4.5 stars for consistency, value, and service that punches above its weight.
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O.NOIR
Toronto, ON
May 04, 2011
This is a real "tough one" for me. There is so much that I like about this restaurant but so much that I find contrived and underwhelming. I'll start with the positives. The atmosphere, prior to walking into the dining room itself, is very cool. There's a piano player, a full serve bar and the general mood is warm. You wait in this area going over the menu, placing your order and sipping on your drink. You are eventually guided into a dining room that is absolutely, 100% pitch black. I figured my eyes would adjust eventually but I was wrong. I was not able to see an inch in front of my face throughout the entire experience. This was neat. I mean, when's the last time you dined in complete darkness? When is the last time you were in complete darkness, period!?Here's where we start to get iffy. We're already starting to spill our drinks and bump into each other while being led into the dining room. There's just a simple issue of, um, it being to dark to reach your chair without dumping half of your glass of wine on your lap. Second, when you sit down you can tell that you're on the cheapest, garbage folding chairs. You feel the table cloth and it seems cheap. The tables are clearly folding types that you would expect to see at a church bazaar. It just felt cheap. The food is...just meh. It was ok. Very small portions, steak was a bit overdone, and the prices were "up there" by most standards. One positive - the waiter managed to find us quickly in the dark (hey he's blind apparently, he's used to it!) and served us promptly and efficiently. Can't knock em'. My lasting impressing is that this place is a giant gimmick. The food's not that great - average at best. The place was cheap feeling and the whole "dining in the dark" thing has an expiry date. I've really got no reason to return.
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