We had an excellent meal for my wife’s birthday. Lovely space, superb service and impeccable food quality. Pricey, but well worth it for a special night out.
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Auberge du Pommier is an expensive restaurant. We had dinner. The menu is small. For this kind of price you expect excelent food. Unfortunately it isn't. The portions are very small and the duck as an example was overcooked. The restaurant has an extensive wine...More
For the past 30 years this has been our favourite Toronto restaurant, for both lunch and dinner. Consistently fabulous food and exceptional service within a lovely, quiet ambience. Never disappoints. Always enjoy their great soups, frites, cheese course, and depth of wine list, although for...More
When in the North York area of Toronto, you must stop. I have had most everything on the menu and each time they never cease to amaze me. The service and choice of wines are beyond reproach and the servers are all fantastic.
This is by far one of the best restaurants in Toronto, and perhaps Canada. The surroundings are superb and the service outstanding.
My favorite restaurant in Toronto. When it comes to special occasions, it is always my first thought. The meal will be creative and superbly executed. Service is impeccable, and the venue is so elegant. I’ve been many many times for dinners and lunches. I’m always...More
The restaurant is located inside a small "Auberge" surrounded by office buildings so it's pretty nice. The decor is traditional with a few modern updates. First up, there were lots of bread crumbs on my seat - for the price I was paying, this is...More
Every few years we return for our anniversary. This year we shared a delicious salad. Main courses were: duck perfectly cooked on a bed of sweet and sour coleslaw: trout also perfect with a unique accompaniment of scallop embedded in carrot. We shared a dessert:...More
I recently dinner again for my birthday and they are never disappointed me. Excellent professional service and delicious food. We ordered Acadian Caviar for the starting, Meli Melo Salad, Scallops as an appetizer, Bouillabaisse soup, Flétan (Halibut) and Canard (Duck Breast) Maid courses for dinner,...More