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Sep 7, 2009 08:33 AM

Looking for Angelo Dulic formerly of Piccolo in Cabbagetown

(He/they)? sold Piccolo. Let's just say I miss his cooking already. Looking to see where he lands if, in fact, he's still in the business.

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    1. Plum restaurant just opened by the former owners of Piccolo at 226 Carlton. Just went last week and, although open, they apparently still haven't have their official opening yet. They still have a few kinks to work out. The menu is limited as is their wine list. The best was their fried calamari. Not much else to recommend at this time.

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      1. re: syoung

        I understood from our discussion with the owners that they're brand new to this space. It has nothing to do with Piccolo which is unfortunate. I liked that chef and launched this search for him right after my experience at Plum.

        Hubby & I went to Plum about 3 weeks ago. It was so bad we may never give it a second chance. There's kinks and then there's what these people have which is no clue about proper customer service and good food. After much talk about their fresh baked focaccia what we received I could have hammered nails with. This is far too long to work out kinks. They have one of the most desirable locations in Cabbagetown. They better not blow it.

      2. Hey, I've found him! Check out Antica Osteria in Brampton (Hwy. 10 and Mayfield). Best Italian food in the city!

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        1. re: cesar001

          Are you sure he is there? He's not mentioned on the website.

          I see this is your first and last post here! Welcome.

          1. re: foodyDudey

            For sure. Sorry, I don't know about the website, but he is there.

            1. re: cesar001

              Bummer. He's good, but I doubt I'll be renting a car to have his food. *Sigh* Next time I'm in Brampton, though, very definitely the next time. Duckdown, you lucky duck, he's all yours.