Le Select Bistro invites you to their establishment. You can also enjoy the sun on their terrace. They are open after-hours all week. You can get there by bicycle and visit them in an area acknowledged as stimulating and green.
Great Place, always on the top of our 'where should we go tonight?' list.
We have been here many times over the years and always want to go back (and we usually get the same thing every time we go!). The food has always been consistent, service is friendly, and the atmosphere is very comfortable yet elegant and timeless. We just love it here, the patio is beautiful in the summer (we usually sit out front) and the inside is cozy Parisian bistro in the wintertime. The wine list is a little overwhelming, so we usually make our selection from the 'peared down' list on the menu, or ask the server for a recommendation (which has always worked out perfectly for us). Best value in my opinion is the Prix Fixe menu where i can get my favorite steak frites with some dessert (usually the chocolate mousse that just melts in your mouth, or the creme brulee) and an appetizer. Love the Matisse and Modigliani poster art on the walls, gives the restaurant such a nice atmosphere.
A Parisian brunch on King West should be on top of your Saturday To Do list. Touted as Toronto’s most authentic French brunch, the menu includes a selection of foie gras, a breakfast sandwich on a croissant and its famous French onion soup. Le Select Bistro does offer reservations, but keeps some tables open for walk-in guests.
From 10:30 until 3:30 pm, enjoy an elegant French 3-course brunch for just $35.
The stunning Parisian-style room combined with the moderate price is enough reason to go. The only hard part? Choosing your courses – duck consommé or poached egg with avruga caviar? French toast stuffed with apples and cranberries or grilled salmon hollandaise? And of course don’t even get me started on dessert…
p.s. In case that’s not enough to win you over, there’s complimentary parking.
Le Select Bistro has an wickedly sophisticated children's menu. After all, when's the last time you saw Risotto aux Asperges ($7.50), Steak Frites ($8.95), Confit de Canard ($9.50) or Terrine en Croute ($6.95) on a menu for the little ones?
Tres elegante, n'est-ce pas?
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