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Restaurant type

  • Fine Dining,

Cuisine type

  • Continental,
  • American,
  • Fusion,

Dishes

  • Hamburger,
  • Brunch,

Features

  • Bring Your Own Wine,
  • Restaurant With Private Rooms,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • LOMITO SALTADO SANDWICH,
  • MEJILLONES,
  • Reservations,
  • Appetizers,
  • CAMARONES AL AJILLO,
  • GRILLED SALMON WRAP,
    • Jazz,
    • ROASTED CHICKEN SANDWICH,
    • Dinner,
    • Music,
    • SOUP,
    • ENSALADA ROMANA,
  • more...
  • less...

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
2315 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6S 1P1
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $26 To $60,

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Meet the owner

When Bloom Restaurant opened in 2004, one of the owners, Bill luele, wanted to bring a little bit of downtown life to the west end. At first the new Bloor West Village restaurant served up international food but when Franca luele and Luis Mario Ochoa took over management in 2011, they chose to introduce Nuevo Latino cuisine to Bloor West Village.

“We wanted to offer dishes that represented Spain and Latin America,” Franca explains. “We knew many of the guests who dined at Bloom travelled to Spain and South America and they had fond memories of their vacation and the dishes they encountered. So for us it was a great opportunity to launch a menu jam-packed with Spanish and Latin dishes, which we call Nuevo Latino cuisine.”

Nuevo Latino cuisine blends Cuban cuisine with other dishes from Spain, Peru, Argentina and South and Central American countries. The concept was created in Florida during the 1990s by Cuban-American chef Douglas Rodriguez, who was eager to expand Cuban cuisine.

“We were one of the first to introduce this cuisine in Toronto,” Franca recalls, “and although we have seen many Latin American and Spanish restaurants enter into the market, what makes Bloom different is the fusion of all of these cuisines.”

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While everyone is partying their face off on the 5th, go the more sophisticated route at Bloom on Thursday, May 7th. Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with the guitar stylings of the Jorge Lopez Trio while enjoying a special concert menu with choices including: Caldo de Cangrejo Soup (Crab Consommé, Lime, Avocado and Cilantro Chifonada with Chipotle Fish Quenelles), Nopales con Camarones (Grilled Cactus leaf, Shrimps With Chipotle Adobo, Tomato Salsa, Oak Cheese), Chuleta de Pork con Canela y Pina (Pork Chop Cinnamon Scented Pumpkin Purée with Pineapple Chutney & Habanero Creme Fraiche) and desserts of churros and brownies.

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