The prix fixe 3 course dinner at $35 before 7 PM is hard to beat. Also Wed night all wines by the bottle are 1/2 price what a deal 😀 Had the lamb belly which was great and Madelines for dessert. Ask for a booth...More
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Nothing grand from the outside, but wait till you enter the door: French Bistro atmosphere, great food and a very attentive service. Not cheap but worth every cent!
Hubby and I had a delicious brunch. We had the Classic which consists of eggs, bacon/peameal/lox, green salad and toast, and a hash browns patty. Coffee was hot and fresh and service was quick and friendly. Would definitely return and recommend!
We attended a 9 AM Toronto film festival movie. Came out on a lazy Sunday morning and noticed a short line up at this Peter Pan restaurant. The wait was short and the food was exceptional. Prices are reasonable that between $15 and $17. Which...More
Bougy bistro-like offerings. I ate late lunch here and was a bit tentative as some may call me a bit of a picky eater (no onions, nothing hot/spicy, bit of a texture freak), and the menu on this place had few "normal" type sandwich offerings....More
We were seated as soon as we arrived at a very pleasant table. As the Toronto International Film Festival was on the restaurant was busy. The host seemed harassed and rather officious. However our server was charming and helpful. The corn soup was delicious. The...More
We visited this restaurant for an anniversary dinner and my wife had mentioned this when booking. They kindly provided a complimentary glass of sparkling wine for each of us. There has been a restaurant called Peter Pan in this location for many years but the...More
We were there on a weekday around 11am. I had the omelet and my daughter had fish and chips. The food was great. Very filling. We needed a good meal because we spent the day shopping and walking and shopping and walking some more. Toronto...More
We tried Peter Pan because it was in the area we were hanging out that day and had a decent number of breakfast options. It was a very good experience overall. We tried the Shakshuka (first time for me) and the FrenchToast, and both were...More
for bread to accompany two small bowls of delicious soup which cost $9 each. REALLY??? After expressing our opinion around this, the waitress did bring four half slices of rye at no cost. I asked for very well done fries and they were soggy. The...More