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Mar 9, 2008 09:40 PM

Any info re Easter Sunday brunches/buffets ?

Wondering if anyone has information on high-end Easter Sunday brunches/buffets ?

I know the Royal York has one at Epic, the Four Seasons at Truffles and the King Eddie at one of its restaurants ? Any recent experience with these ?

What about other, less predictable locations of similar quality ? (not Casa Loma, thank you very much !)

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  1. this falls under the predictable category but wanted to include Studio Cafe, special Easter Brunch on March 22 and 23.

    Studio Cafe
    21 Avenue Road, Toronto, ON M5R 2G1, CA

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    1. re: JamieK

      King Edward is $55/person.

      Windsor Arms Hotel is $50/head.

      Four Seaons has 3 options:
      Studio Cafe: regular brunch menu.
      Avenue Bar: $53.00/each.
      or Truffles: $75.00/person + tax and grats! :)

      1. re: danthediner

        We gone to Anonna in the Park Plaza Hyatt a few times at Christmas and Easter. Highly recommend it.

        1. re: millygirl

          Just called Anonna, they don't have anything special this Easter.

          1. re: Teep

            Huh?? They sure do!! I just called them to confirm. They are serving a three course meal - $60 per person. It's always very civilized there and the food is wonderful. In the past the chef has surprised us with a little parting gift from the kitchen. Very nice touch and beautifully presented.

            1. re: millygirl

              The guy I talked to on the phone said they're not serving anything else "beyond their regular menu"!

    2. Essence of Unionville at Hilton at Hwy 7 and Warden has it. I think the price is $45.

      Nothing on their web page though

      1. Tundra at the Hilton

        145 Richmond Street West, Toronto, ON M5H 2L2, CA

        1. Westin Harbour Castle (down on Queens Quay West)
          1 Harbour Square Toronto, Ontario M5J 1A6 ยท Canada Phone (416) 869 1600

          They offer a buffet at this hotels' restaurant--very nice.

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          1. re: passionate1

            The food at the Harbour Castle is atrocious. I'd rather eat at one of the no-tell motels along Kingston Rd.

            All of the other high-end hotels get it right.