The Keg. Edible nacho dishes for the guacamole, salsa and sour cream. Need I say more?
I went Feb.1 2008. I liked it and would go again. The antipasti bar had about 15 dishes. I liked the bocconcini cheese, grilled eggplant, red peppers, olives etc. I had 2 made to order pasta dishes with large shrimp. They were both good. And they came around with chicken and pizza. The dessert was hot pineapple from a large stick carved and the pizza described.
Overall the food was good. They had a wine coaster that you were supposed to flip over from green to red (or the other way around) when you were done.
They do change the plates A LOT. I asked why and was told the name of the restaurant means "plates" in English so this was part of their theme.
I haven't gone back but I would. I just don't live closeby anymore.
Check it out and let me know what you think.
Wondering if anyone knows of any good AYCE sushi near the beaches, Queen St. E. & Woodbine.
I have noticed that the sushi in this area is very expensive compared to midtown or downtown. There was a place nearby but it changed hands recently and has no more AYCE.