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10 More Summerlicious Restaurants

KATSURA From lunch prepared in front of you to more traditional dining in private tatam rooms, this upscale dining spot provides plenty of options for business people grabbing a bite between meetings, and dinner guests looking to savour fresh Japanese cuisine. Lunch $20, dinner $35. 900 York Mills Rd., 416-444-2511.

5TH ELEMENTT The expansive dining room and patio helped make this the restaurant of choice at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Hollywood’s A-listers rubbed shoulders while taking in the Indian and Mediterranean fusion cuisine. Lunch $15, dinner $25. 1033 Bay St., 416-923-8159.

CZEHOSKI This creatively luxe lounge boasts an interior that nods to its Polish-butcher roots. Come for dinner and stay for the hip late-night vibe. Lunch $20, dinner $35. 678 Queen St. W., 416-366-6787.

LE TROU NORMAND Foodies who know their French cuisine are repeat visitors to this Yorkville staple. Whether on the quaint patio or at a table in one of three intimate rooms, an award-winning wine list and specialty dishes encourage lingering to the last bite. Lunch $15, dinner $25. 90 Yorkville Ave., 416-967-5956.

TRUFFLES Consistent ratings are the marks of unrivalled quality at this contemporary French restaurant. Set inside the Four Seasons Hotel, elegant bay windows and lofty ceilings create a stately ambiance for indulging the palate. Dinner $35. 21 Avenue Rd., 416-964-0411.

FLOW RESTAURANT + LOUNGE Floor-to-ceiling windows and smooth service set the scene for a menu that encompasses pasta to pan-Asian dishes. Dinner $35. 133 Yorkville Ave., 416-925-2143.

HABITAT LOUNGE Between the sleek bar at the front and an open kitchen at the back, this Art and Design District feeding ground is a magnet for an eclectic crowd. Dinner $35. 735 Queen St. W., 416-860-1551.

MILDRED PIERECE RESTAURANT The menu’s exotic influences skim from all corners of the world, leaving little to be desired for a curious palate. But it’s the talented bar staff and the incredible service that make dining here most memorable. Lunch $20, dinner $35. 99 Sudbury St., 416-588-5695.

AUBERGE DU POMMIER Whether outside on the garden terrace or inside amid aged-stone walls and the glow of wood-burning fireplaces, this formal ode to modern French dining does justice to country’s passion for fine food. Lunch $20, dinner $35. 4150 Yonge St., 416-222-2220.

XACUTTI Describing this restaurant’s adventurously creative cuisine as ‘new Indian’ is an understatement. Chef Brad Moore’s cross-cultural menu promises an original dining experience with a unique blend of culinary influences. Dinner $35. 503 College St., 416-323-3957.

For more about the Summerlicious dining program, see Summer Feast.

—Jaclyn Greenberg

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