The Boulevard Cafe

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Cuisine type

  • Peruvian,
  • Latin American,
  • Brunch,

Dishes

  • Seafood,

Features

  • Restaurant With Party Services,
  • Take-out,
  • Restaurant With Live Entertainment,
  • Restaurant With Terrace,
  • Extensive Wine List,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,
  • Romantic,

Products and Services

  • Dinner,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
161 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1H1
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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Rates:

  • $11 To $25,

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If you are looking for healthy, yet not boring options, The Boulevard Cafe has got it all: - Picky eaters will fall for Fettucine Con Mantequilla ($8) - fresh pasta with butter and parmesan. - Grilled Cheese ($6.95) gets an upgrade thanks to three-grain bread and a side salad. - And chicken is so much more fun on a skewer so opt for Anticuchos de Pollo ($10.95) with either fries or rice. - For veggie lovers, Palitos de Verduras ($5.95) features carrot, cucumber and celery sticks served with a sour cream dip. Who says eating healthy has to be boring?

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Annex area locals fill up this charming Harbord Street bistro year-round, especially during the summer months when you’ll find crowds of diners enjoying an al fresco evening on the leafy side patio. Surrounded by fragrant and colourful hanging flower baskets, the patio is the perfect spot to sip on a refreshing Pisco Sour; the recipe here sticks to the tried-and-true mix of pisco, lime juice and egg white. The café’s Peruvian menu delivers a unique fusion of Incan, Spanish and African flavours. Try the house specialty Parihuela: a spicy seafood stew with monkfish, clams, mussels, tomatoes, cilantro and wine.

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