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Little Sister

Little Sister Serves up Traditional Indonesian Fare

Little Sister. Photo by Craig Moy.

Photo by Craig Moy.

At midtown bistro Quince, chef and restaurateur Michael van den Winkel is known for doling out vibrant, easygoing Mediterranean fare—plus the occasional rijsttafel, an elaborate colonial-era Dutch-Indonesian “rice table” featuring 20 or more dishes. At Little Sister, van den Winkel commits fully to the Southeast Asian portion of his culinary inheritance, presenting a well-considered menu of street-style small plates and traditional Indonesian indulgences—from flavourful chicken, pork and swordfish skewers to Javanese dark spiced braised beef. Snacking and sharing are encouraged at this casual, colourful restaurant, with tropically inspired cocktails plus wines selected by Master Sommelier John Szabo serving ably as social lubricant. —Craig Moy

• Little Sister, 2031 Yonge St., 416-488-2031; littlesistertoronto.com
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