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  • Food: 4/5
  • Service: 4/5
  • Atmosphere: 4/5
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The resto recently renovated and rebranded. Now...

The resto recently renovated and rebranded. Now it's filled with a stunning array of images from all our favourite spots in Toronto. I went there with my aunt recently to have a bite, and although it was a quiet Monday night the experience was fantastic. The service was terrific and I enjoyed our server's sense of humour (no stiffness here), but it was the food and the little extras that kept popping up on our table that made the night. All the food was native to Ontario, which to me is a another huge plus. I ate the Manitoulin Island trout with soba noodles and broth - delicious - while enjoying a dark red glass of wine and looking out over Proof's beautiful patio next door. I couldn't have asked for more.

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 4/5
Service: 4/5
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The restaurant styles itself as international...

The restaurant styles itself as international eclectic. In some settings this could translate to a bland menu that relies on safe flavours. Signatures transcended the bland and offered dishes that were true to their diverse roots. The lamb was succulent and moorishly rich accented perfectly by the slightly sweet salad. The Artic Char was rich, which was enhanced by the duck comfit risotto. The only negative was a lack of vegetables. Given this is winter in Toronto, we will be interested in returning to see if a summer/fall menu focuses more attention on this area. The wine list is more reasonable than most hotel restaurants. What truly set Signatures apart was the attentive and accommodating wait staff. A request to substitute an appetitizer for a dessert was gractiously met. The wait staff acted as a team and ensured that service was exceptional.

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 4/5
Service: 4/5
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