163 Spadina Ave., TorontoStylish yet serene space from highly regarded chef Patrick Kriss. The restaurant features a tasting menu (generally five courses, with
812 Queen St. E., TorontoFrench-style bakery and one of Leslieville’s most popular breakfast/lunch stops. Tiny dining area (only nine tables) and very busy on
169 Niagara St., TorontoOwned and operated by husband-and-wife team Michael Caballo and Tobey Nemeth, this restaurant exudes intimacy—from the shareable small plates to
4150 Yonge St., TorontoSample butter poached lobster, crispy seared rare tuna and slow-roasted loin of lamb in a perfectly appointed space that exemplifies
1108 Yonge St., TorontoCozy Moroccan-influenced French bistro. Start with a spicy samosa or red leek chili mussels. Slow-braised Moroccan lamb shanks are a
252 Dupont St., TorontoFrom prolific restaurateur and chef Anthony Rose comes this Paris-meets-Brooklyn watering hole, which highlights a number of inventive cocktails (plus
744 Gerrard St. E., TorontoLocal-favourite restaurant originally opened by French chef Jean-Jacques Texier, but now operated by his former chef de cuisine, Pascal Geffroy.
4 Front St. E., TorontoThis French enclave boasts a lavish Parisian interior. The kitchen turns out classic dishes such as steak tartare, smoked mackerel
1710 Lakeshore Rd.W., MississaugaAn inviting French bistro located in Clarkson Village. Say “oui” to the escargots, duck confit, and rack of lamb. Or
406 Dupont St., TorontoThis Annex neighbourhood bistro is a tiny room and always busy. Serving modern French favourites, the menu is constantly evolving.
Manulife Centre, 55 Bloor St. W., TorontoAt the original Bloor Street Diner imported roasters turn out the core of the Provençale fare, such as chicken with
30 Baldwin St., TorontoGrand Victorian house, cozy fireplaces, romantic decor and fine French-Mediterranean cuisine. Appetizers include include foie gras, sweetbreads, while mains include
1975 Queen St. E., TorontoA haven from French-Belgian fare just north of the beach. The bright yellow dining room—within a converted house—is an intimate
60 Yorkville Ave., TorontoThe modern-retro showcase restaurant for the Michelin-starred recipes of chef Daniel Boulud. The menu, executed by chef de cuisine Sylvain
1118 Yonge St., TorontoClassic French bistro and wine bar features staples like mussels in a white wine sauce, niçoise salad, steak frites and
623 Mount Pleasant Rd., TorontoThe decor is classically French—cream-coloured walls, a dark-wood bar, and white linens—in a 1920s building that was once a bank.
90 Yorkville Ave., TorontoSet back from one of Yorkville’s main drags, this French bistro exudes warmth and intimacy. Traditional menu features the likes
915 Queen St. W., TorontoA neighbourhood fave. Daily sandwiches—salmon dill wrap and croque monsieur are possibles—tarts, quiche and more. Plus classic patisseries: croissant, pain
35 Tank House Lane, TorontoLarge Distillery District restaurant boasts a café and bakery, cocktail bar, seafood counter and a formal dining room. Menu features
550 Wellington St. W., TorontoBreezily stylish restaurant from the owners of The Chase. Dining room menu features refined French favourites: lobster vichyssoise, foie gras