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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › French

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Union

72 Ossington Ave., Toronto

A welcoming, unfussy fixture on one of Toronto’s hippest streets. Chef Teo Paul uses seasonal, Ontario-sourced ingredients to create easygoing

Sorrel

1158 Yonge St., Toronto

This simple yet sophisticated French-Mediterranean restaurant offers fresh ingredients carefully selected and prepared for discerning palates. Options include duck confit

Simple Bistro

619 Mount Pleasant Rd., Toronto

This Midtown nook’s name sums up its quaint appeal—calming, saffron-hued walls, stained-wood tabletops and a menu of seasonal French classics

Scaramouche

1 Benvenuto Pl., Toronto

Skyline views and candlelit luxury are the backdrop for acclaimed French-influenced cuisine: fresh rabbit ballotine and roasted sea scallops with

Sauvignon Bistro & Bakery

1862 Queen St. E., Toronto

Local spot specializes in French bistro fare with dishes like braised rack of lamb and savoury duck confit. Boasts an

Sassafraz

100 Cumberland St., Toronto

Completely revamped after a fire, this airy Yorkville resto with a 20-foot vertical garden is a hot spot for local

Midi Bistro

168 McCaul St., Toronto

Take a trip to the South of France in a relaxed ambiance that evokes the simplicity of a classic French

Marcel’s Bistro

315 King St. W., Toronto

French ambience and cuisine for over 25 years. Steak frites, roasted lamb loin with rosemary-juniper reduction, and scallops with a

Le Sélect Bistro

432 Wellington St. W., Toronto

Welcoming, chic and great for a date. Try confit of duck with red wine jus, steak frites, leg of lamb

Le Paradis Brasserie Bistro

166 Bedford Rd., Toronto

Pairing simple black and white decor with an excellent wine list and traditional French cuisine, this is the restaurant to

Le Papillon On Front

69 Front St. E., Toronto

Casual French dining in an elegant brasserie-style space of dark woods and exposed brick. Extensive selection of crepes and Québéçois

La Société

131 Bloor St. W., Toronto

This vast bistro brings at touch of Paris to Toronto’s toniest strip. Overlooking Bloor Street west, the classy dining room

La Petite France

3317 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Quaint bistro setting for classic French fare. Mains include cassoulet, cod and rack of lamb. Lunch Mon.-Fri., dinner Mon.-Sat. casual.

La Palette

492 Queen St. W., Toronto

Charming and cozy bistro along hip Queen Street West. Steak frites, escargots, mixed grill of game meats and more. Dinner

La Maquette Restaurant

111 King St. E., Toronto

Imaginative cuisine in a beautifully restored landmark building overlooking the Toronto Sculpture Garden. Try duck a l’orange or roasted ostrich

Jules Bistro

147 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Classic, uncluttered French cuisine reigns at this classic, uncluttered French bistro. Soft yellow walls and blonde wood tables contain an

Jacque’s Bistro Du Parc

126A Cumberland St., Toronto

Around for decades and quite sophisticated. Omelettes, escargot, salmon with basil butter, lamb Provençale, and green peppercorn steak are options.

Epicure Cafe

502 Queen St. W., Toronto

Exposed beams and brick make for a casual haunt serving southern French/northern Italian fare. Bouillabaisse Provençale, pastas, grilled lamb chops

Edward Levesque’s Kitchen

1290 Queen St. E., Toronto

In this warm, cozy, and comfortable country style bistro setting you will find a cuisine that features “Farm Fresh” and

Edulis

169 Niagara St., Toronto

Owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Michael Caballo and Tobey Nemeth, this restaurant exudes intimacy—from the shareable small plates to
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