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Sunday, March 20, 2011

Restaurant Review: Five Doors North (In Toronto Canada)


I'm very particular about where I like to dine, as I'm sure most people are unless your a regular frequenter of McDonalds and consider that food. In Toronto, a small but cozy Italian spot is now one of my personal favorite places to dine. It's a relaxed atmosphere, yet very efficient service, and fabulous food. I like a place that has great fresh bread, and the creme brule is excellent. Depending on what time of day you go, it can be really laid back or really loud, bustling and bursting at the seams with laughter and conversation everywhere, so if your uptight and you like your dining places to be quiet, go a little earlier in the afternoon.

Many different dishes were ordered in our party of 6, everything was aesthetically pleasing and very tasty, well presented. Of special interest was their thin crust Pizzette appetizer (a pizza), and for the main course I usually have the Gorgonzola Gnocci Pasta in a white sauce and the Rack of Lamb with Caramelized Onions, simply heavenly. I found the prices to be in line with what you're getting. The wine list was interesting, but mostly younger wines (recent vintages) that need to air before drinking. But Recommended!"

Cuisine‎: European‎, Italian‎
Setting‎: Casual Dining
Attire‎: Casual
Meals Served‎: Dinner
Dress Code‎: Casual

Reservations Policy‎: Suggested (Highly)
Year Opened‎: 1997
Neighborhood‎: Midtown (Near Yonge and Eglinton / 2088 Yonge Street, Toronto)

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