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Mid-Range Must Try Restaurants in Toronto?

Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Another member of the group has asked around (higher end dining, I suspect) and come up with: Opus, Sotto Sotto, Nyood, Nota Bene, Amei Cuisine, Lee, Madeleine's and Amuse Bouche.

Any thoughts on food, proce, etc fo these?

Thanks.

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Nyood
1096 Queen West, Toronto, ON M6J 1H9, CA

Nota Bene
180 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 2A1, CA

Sotto Sotto Restaurant
116 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON M5R2H4, CA

Jun 30, 2010
DC Foodie in Ontario (inc. Toronto)

Mid-Range Must Try Restaurants in Toronto?

Going to Toronto this weekend. Looking for some mid-priced (or even down and dirty) retaurants for dinner, lunch and brekfast (especially brunch on Sunday). Staying in Yorkville. Will not have a car.

Jun 27, 2010
DC Foodie in Ontario (inc. Toronto)

Upbeat Dinner and Drinks on a Sunday Night?

Still looking for feedback on this -- Anyone have any ideas?

May 03, 2007
DC Foodie in New Orleans

Bourbon House Seafood -- Worth a Trip or Tourist Trap?

Have been invited to dinner (business function) at the Bourbon House Seafood and Oyster Bar. Is this place any good, or should I pass on the free meal infavor of sometihng better elsewhere on my own?

May 03, 2007
DC Foodie in New Orleans

Upbeat Dinner and Drinks on a Sunday Night?

Looking for a good place to go for dinner this Sunday night. I may be by myself, so someplace with a decent bar scene as well word be good, but food quality is important. Price not really an issue.

May 02, 2007
DC Foodie in New Orleans