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Cuisine type

  • Canadian Cuisine,

Dishes

  • Comfort Food,
  • Vegetarian,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Online Reservation,
  • Restaurant,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
293 Palmerston Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2J3
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

Monday
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Rates:

  • $26 To $60 ($$$),

Methods of Payment:

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Best Canadian restaurants in Toronto

Best Canadian restaurants in Toronto

Woodlot is Canadian comfort food at its finest. The combination of local and imported ingredients makes for a rich and unique take on Canadian cuisine. Woodlot prepares its dishes in the famous wood-burning oven, giving a smoky flavour to a delicious meal.

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Alan's best eleven restaurants of 2011

Alan's best eleven restaurants of 2011

Vegetarian restaurants are few and far between. Sure, there are the mainstays like Fressen and Annapurna, but really in a city with more than 8,000 eateries, it is truly surprising that, in spite of our collective interest in healthier living, more haven't popped up like woodlot fungi. But now there's Woodlot, a tree-hugger's paradise which offers as much flesh on one menu to satisfy any bloodthirsty carnivore, but caters to the righteous herbivore with a whole other menu. Longtime friends and co-owners Robyn Donio and David Haman are clearly slow food movement converts, putting out labour intensive dishes that highlight local ingredients. No stranger to inventive culinary fare, chef Haman (formerly of Czehoski) has created an ambitious if unusual suite of selections. Where most restaurants with only one menu fail on focus, Woodlot handles two with competency and cohesion in earnest. Its matchbook says it all: "Honest. Simple. Handmade." But they forgot to add damn tasty.

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Best Toronto restaurants for National Wine Day

Best Toronto restaurants for National Wine Day

Woodlot has selected wines that are "individual" and list them "simply as they are known, as categorization doesn’t quite seem to fit." So chances are, not only have you not tried them, you’ve probably never heard of them. And that’s a very good thing. So while you tuck into Braised Ham Hock & Fresh Ricotta Cavatelli or Wild Lake Erie Pickerel with spring herb emulsion, fiddleheads, green beans and pomme puree, enjoy a wine adventure – by the glass or bottle - you’ll likely to never forget.

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