I don't usually post the menu in my post, but since this one actually turned out, I will! The first picture is of the appies, and they sure to have a lot of them. I rarely see and Antipasto Plate for one, so it's a nice that they offer this option. The pastas are all rolled in house and they also have a lot of meat on the menu. What is lacking is more seafood dishes, other than the lobster and a catch of the day, there's not a lot of alternatives if you don't eat meat. Upon being seated, they bring you an amazing Bread Plate. There is a brioche with figs as well as a foccacia with sausage and garlic. Oh, and the obligatory French bread. All this is paired with olives and hummus too. They also served an amuse bouche to everyone, not just to the "cool kids". On the plate today is a Spanish Veloutte with corn as well as as goat cheese croquette on top of a cucumber salad. The goat cheese croquette was crispy as you would expect, and the veloutte was smooth and rich. A great starter.
I'm glad I gave this place a try and would recommend it to friends travelling to Toronto.