The premise of the column is simple; work with restaurants of all kinds in this amazing city to explore what they have to offer and what makes them unique. In a city like Toronto, the choices are sometimes daunting and the food reviews and critics can be snotty and too complicated for their own good. So why not keep this easy?
Drinks. Appetizer. Main Course. Dessert. All along with a bit of information about what makes them our choice for Daniel’s Dish and why you should try them right away!
Ardor Bistro, 59 Ossington Avenue (647) 351-5100
The Ossington Village is one of my favourite spots because it offers some of the best restaurants in the city alongside a sense of comradery and community. One of the latest additions to the Ossington strip is the Peruvian-inspired Ardor Bistro. The sister restaurant to Celestin located in Davisville (which I hope to visit for a Daniel’s Dish soon!), Ardor Bistro fits in beautifully in this trendy neighbourhood. Nestled between a Pho Restaurant and the crazy construction of Toronto, the space is complemented by exposed red brick, hard wood floors and candle light during dinner service. Simplicity is key, and to be honest the space is still evolving as it grows into the newest trend-setter on the street. Continue ReadingRead More »