Diners take flight on a culinary adventure as soon as they arrive at this unassuming strip mall in North Toronto, where varied tasty tapas dishes rule the roost. Menu picks, like goat cheese croquettes and the swooned-over eggplant with queso fresco, are always interesting. Service staff at this Spanish-style resto, where the vibe is equal parts electric and cozy, is well informed and professional. The chef's tasting menu relieves overwhelmed diners from having to pick from an abundance of temptations. The foie gras and ceviche with chips are standouts. The wine list is a blessing that spills over with choice for tapas pairings. If reservations are unavailable online, feel free to give us a call directly to accomodate your request.more...
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2 ratings & 2 reviews
July 13, 2011
Good but expensive
After reading some excellent reviews, I decided to bring my husband here for his birthday dinner. Most of what we had were new to us but very tasty. I've always wanted to try jamon iberico and we were able to get our first taste of the famed iberico and it was indeed fantastic! Although the dishes were small, we were pretty full by the end of our meal and the overall experience was very good.
Choosen due to the very good reviews.
Visited on a Saturday night with a full house.
The Tapas style menu is alot of fun. The dishes were excellent and enjoyed by all. The only point of issue was the a couple of the dishes were a bit too salty.
The service was exceptional, thanks Cory.
Very good value, not inexpensive, but the quality and creativity are worth the cost. Excellent wine list.
Reservations are a must.
We will return.
This midtown taverna not only knows its tapas, but it’s known for some of the best sweet breads in the city (sneak peak: they’re roasted rather than fried). Traditional shared plates and a rotating menu offer a host of savoury and inventive dishes. Dining alone? Most dishes can be made as half-portions. The must-try is Cava’s longest-standing dish: fried chunks of eggplant with queso fresco, bonito and tomatillo sauce. If you’re not the biggest eggplant fan, you may look at the aubergine in a whole new light after tasting this delicacy.
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