Georges Gernon’s sunny spot is the unofficial dining club for Rosedale’s elite, but the straightforward Gallic menu is reasonably priced, especially considering the neighbourhood. Deeply flavoured fish soup has a whiff of anise and classic accoutrements of croutons, Gruyère and rouille. Flawless frites can’t make up for an overdressed side salad and duck confit that spends too long in the oven, rendering the bottom beef-jerky tough. A special of perfectly grilled halibut shows the kitchen is capable of better execution.
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