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Jan 20, 2007 04:05 PM

Joanne Kates reviews Globe Bistro again

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The article in this Saturday's Globe and Mail makes no mention of recently departed Mark Cutrara. The reveiew is of the same food I ate there back in early December, but she writes as if implying these are all the creations of Ben Heaton. I hope Globe is as good as it was when I dined there, the review indicates to me that it may not be.

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  1. I was there this month.
    It was excellent and the prices are very fair for what you get. Especially the wine markups that are among the lowest in town.
    Didn't post a review as I didn't take notes and was there with a group.

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    1. re: estufarian

      oh good I was worried. I cannot wait to return. The wine prices are extremely good!

      1. re: hungryabbey

        Yes, The Champagnes (about the most expensive wines on the list seemed to be marked up a maximum of $50 - i.e. less than 100% markup) and The 'Six Foot Six' Pinot Noir (one of my benchmarks for checking winelists as it's only available through consignment) was $50 - the lowest I've seen in T.O. - it's usually $60-75 and I've seen it at $85 and, I think, $95.