Toronto’s original neighbourhood French restaurant est. 1974. Our latest location reminds guests of a Montreal bistro. The food is authentic French-Canadian accented with French classics. There is much attention to detail in the service and the atmosphere is elegant but laid-back. Step into the restaurant on Facebook.
HOURS OF OPERATION
BRUNCH FRI – SUN
11AM – 5PM
DINNER WED – SUN
5PM – CLOSE
CLOSED MON & TUE
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Closed Good Friday. Open Sat and Sun for brunch & dinner. Don’t miss our famous brunch buffet! Click here for the menu.
> PRIX FIXE + BYOW
La vie en rose.. Wed, Thu and Sun, enjoy a three-course Prix Fixe Menu and BYOW ($15 corkage fee).
We’ve been known for our brunches for over two decades. It’s like having brunch in Montreal. Yes, we have something healthy and delicious for you as well!
ASSIETTE DU BUCHERON
3 scrambled eggs, fruit, cretons, ham, bacon, sausage, toasted croissant, smoked paprika home fries, maple syrup 20
banana bread french toast topped with drizzled dark chocolate, caramelized walnuts and almonds 13
BÉNÉDICTE VIANDE FUMÉE
two poached eggs, montreal smoked meat, toasted rye bread, hollandaise 19
La pièce de résistance. Our dinner menu introduces new items that are hearty and delicious for winter. Of course, all the important classics remain.
pork and veal meatballs, chopped scallions, cheese curds, fresh cut frites, pork gravy 10
CÔTES DE BOEUF
red wine thyme braised beef short ribs, maple roasted beets, whipped potatoes, red onion & celery chips 26-gf
layered squash and zuchinni baked in toma- to sauce, goat cheese, crispy sage 19-gf
braised lamb shank, roasted root vegeta- bles, garlic, bacon, mush- rooms, whipped sweet potatoes 28-gf
> A TASTE OF THE MENU
Sweet, savoury, crepes, cakes – pair me with a Monte Cristo and call it a night.
maple bliss cooked through a golden upside-down cake, served with french vanilla ice cream 7
CRÊPE BANANE ROYALE
banana, roasted almonds, french vanilla ice cream, melted chocolate and chantilly 10
TARTE AU SUCRE
sugar pie is one of canada’s most (in)famous dessert staples – a warm butter, sugar, maple syrup and cream filling in a light pastry served with french vanilla 7
burnt cream, crema catalana, trinity cream… a french custard base with a contrasting layer of brown sugar brûléed to perfection 7