Top marks to this South Asian-inspired bistro that was among the flag bearers for what is now a most vivacious stretch of Toronto dining — the Ossington Ave. restaurant row — for so faithfully keeping the beat. That, trumpet its many devotees, is because those with an eye on the food also never took their eye off the ball. A steady march of consistently prepared dishes makes its way from kitchen to table here, always earning praise for spot-on execution, presentation and pricing. Standouts include the ever-reliable Arctic char ceviche, the ever-surprising fried lamb and duck prosciutto dumplings, and the ever-scrumptuous Thai chili fried chicken.more...
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February 13, 2009
Tom Thai continues to impress in a very different...
Tom Thai continues to impress in a very different yet subtly familiar path! LOVE LOVE LOVE the duck prosciutto dumplings and fried frog legs and so much more. Strictly grown-up friendly, a.k.a. Noisy Kids Need Not Apply.
Foxley is the last Asian fusion restaurant, promise, but the quality of the food here is just so incredible, that it had to be included. This time, the style of cuisine is Pan-Latin combined with Asian, with the result being oyster hand rolls, scallop ceviche and other such delights. This is another place that doesn’t take reservations, but again, worth the wait.
The food here is so delectable, mere mention of the place sets the taste buds to trembling. The cuisine is part Asian fusion and part tapas, with dishes like lamb dumplings, braised ribs, scallop ceviche, flank steak and kale salad to satisfy your hunger. When the weather’s nicer, eat outside on the cozy back patio, which feels like its own little world. Reservations aren’t needed, but a close look at the extensive and well-curated wine list is recommended.
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