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critical_mass Nov 12, 2008 10:09 AM

Hello,

I need to be in Toronto for a couple days next week on business. I'd like to take my clients out for a nice dinner but I keep kosher. Can anyone recommend a good kosher palce suitable for a nice business dinner that would make a good impression (e.g. not pizza or falafel)? Though if anyone knows any good quick kosher spots for lunches and snakcs, that would be appreciated too.

Toda Raba!

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    mickster RE: critical_mass Nov 12, 2008 11:54 AM

    Gladstone's was great 2 years ago when I was there!

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      aarongz RE: critical_mass Nov 12, 2008 12:04 PM

      Unfortunately, the downtown area of Toronto is not where the major Jewish community lives.... so you will need a car to get to the kosher restaurants. The following is the link to the kosher map of toronto provided by the COR

      http://cor.ca/res/usr/general/KosherM...

      The closest to downtown really really good restaurants are: Bistro Grande (dairy) and Gladstones (meat) both on Eglington Avenue and very very nice for a non-jewish business lunch.

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        embee RE: critical_mass Nov 12, 2008 05:44 PM

        I believe Gladstone's has closed, though I have not confirmed this. You might try Marron Bistro on Eglinton http://www.marronbistro.com/

        There is one place downtown that I know about, Oasis in First Canadian Place. It's dairy and in a (nice) food court type of setup.

        There's much informal choice in North Toronto and Thornhill. Where will you be?

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