Has Anybody been to Southern Accent?
I have never tried Creole or Southern Food any suggestions heard Southern Accent, anything better? Want my first time to be memorable also any suggestion on key dishes to order?
I went there recently and it was really nice, a little cold and a little bright and not amazing, but nice.
Anything blackened is good by me. I had the catfish on my latest visit, back in December. A personal favourite.
Also? The bourbon tasting menu. 'Nuff said.
My wife and I love this place. They've been around for decades and are still packed most weekend nights, so they must be doing something right. It has a quirky decor, extremely friendly and sincere service, and pretty consistent food.
The chicken livers are great appetizers, as are the hush puppies and the oysters that come with a selection of hot sauces (which they also bottle and sell). For mains, the blackened chicken and whatever fish is on the board is usually excellent. The lamb is also fantastic.
They also have a prix fixe menu, which is a good deal but can be a lot of food if you're not a huge eater.
Have to agree with Finnegan. I used to love this place for its food and atmosphere and went every year on my birthday, but food-wise it's become a little more hit and miss of late. I still go once or twice a year because it's a fun place. The person who mentioned that the prix fixe is not a whole lot of food is right.
Skip the fortune teller and spend your money on bourbon sours.
We went to Southern Accent last Sunday night - based on some good reviews from this site. It wasn't very busy, since I assume most people were at home for Thanksgiving dinner.
$19.99 for the Beef Brisket Sunday prix fixe dinner was a great deal. We both had Gumbo (lamb) instead of the soup ($1 extra) - very good, and deceptive (looked small, but was filling). Next, Beef Brisket with garlic mashed potatoes and collared greens. Everything was great! The portion of brisket looked a little small, but we both were only able to finish 1 piece each (very filling). We wanted to save room for the homemade pecan pie.....my favourite. We also had cornbread along with our meal.
Service was attentive, the place was funky and fun. We will be back. Perhaps we will try something off the $27 prix fixe menu next time.
Brisket was good the next day - for lunch. Mmmmm.
595 Markham Street
1 block W of Bathurst, 1/2 block S of Bloor
Toronto Ontario M6G 2L7
Tuesday - Sunday, 5:00 pm onwards.
Closed on Mondays and public holidays.