Warm, expert service matches the confident, rustic fare coming from Andrew Milne-Allan’s kitchen at this superior uptown institution, where Italian countryside paintings and boisterous clientele eliminate the possibility of north Toronto stuffiness setting in. Earthy chanterelles, romano beans, subtle Berkshire sausage and a hunk of Parmesan grated tableside are tossed with superb fregnacce noodles, which, like almost all of Zucca’s pastas, are made in-house. (A $28 pasta prix fixe from Sunday to Tuesday allows budget diners to sample the nonna-worthy compositions.)
Neighbourhood: Yonge and Eglinton
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