Good portion w. Desserts (similar to Cheesecake Factory)?
- carbonxiv Dec 8, 2006 02:35 PM
Thinking of a place to eat with a group of 6 this Sunday night for a girl friend's birthday.
Recently went to Cheesecake Factory in the States, and I think that's what they all like.
- Good portion (important to the guys)
- Good quality overall
- Selection of desserts (birthday girl loves)
- Nice environment (not too formal/uptight - good for everyone)
- Reasonable priced
Is there such place in Toronto? My brain isn't working today... can't think.
definetly sounds like you want to go to demetres.. huge portions, big selection of cakes , ice cream , waffles, crepes, sundaes, etc. and I think its well priced
They actually do have some savoury crepes/sandwiches, including one I actually enjoyed, but it's not really dinner. However I was also going to make the suggestion that the OP choose something else for dinner, perhaps on the Danforth, and then head to Demetres. You could then get drinks somewhere and make a whole night of it, should be fun.
not my favorite place....but the Pickle Barrel. Huge menu (I actually noticed some items they ripped off the cheesecake factory). Decent portions. Not too expensive. And the desserts are from La Rocca. They have a website I think...you can look it up.
there is a demetres on royal york and bloor - i too agree that their crepes and waffles are awesome. Almost a meal in themselves. I would not go for dinner though. Lunch - yes. Soups, salads and sandwiches mainly.
Anyways, on royal york and bloor (two to three blocks east of royal york on the north side) there is an italian restaurant that is infamous for its large portions. . . . the name is not coming to me now. I have never been personally, but i have heard this many times. After dinner, you can walk one block east and have coffee and waffles at demetres.
There is also a green mango and just greeks in this neighbourhood, both serve good food, decent portions and decent prices. Its a good area for what you are seeking.