This is a clubhouse for the city’s masters of the universe, packed with low-grade millionaires sharing oysters after a long day on Bay Street. The walls are lined with photographs of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean, and the menu feels equally archaic, offering a tasteful time capsule of 1998’s fine-dining trends. A slightly dry starter of hamachi and yellowfin tartare is exquisitely plated in its ginger-citrus cure. Venison with balsamic buttered radishes and a lavender reduction is flawless. Extraordinary wine list.
Neighbourhood: The Annex
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