The pemmican is gentrified to please the pickiest tastebuds — strips of bison soaked in a rich, faintly fruity mahogany sauce, as suave as teriyaki, not unlike the better kind of beef jerky. Read more.
Post restaurant critic Gina Mallet gives Ruby Watchco 3 stars! Read her review now on nationalpost.com Read more.
Ici Bistro is the model of fine dining in Toronto. Fat, thick slices of tender fuschia duck breast go down like an intoxicating embrocation, Grand Marnier exuding the cloistered smell of incense. Read more.
A virtuoso cook with marvellously showy technique, chef Matt Blondin gentrifies rustic food without losing sight of its roots. Eating at Acadia is one taste popper after another. Read more: Read more.
Post restaurant critic Gina Mallet gives La Palette 2 stars! Read her review now on nationalpost.com Read more.
Delux’s take on Cuban has taste and clarity, which makes cooking exceptional. A short menu is definitive. Street food is further elevated with an empanada, the most delicate of mince pies. Read more: Read more.
Post restaurant critic Gina Mallet gives Beast 2.5 stars! Read her review now on nationalpost.com Read more.
Hunted by pigs, coveted by ﬁne diners, our restaurant critic Gina Mallet finds delight in delectable truffles. Read more: Read more.
Restaurant critic Gina Mallet: The Gabardine states it is committed to sourcing local, sustainable and organic products whenever available. But cooking should come first. One star for service/comfort. Read more.