Non-Tourist Lunch near Princess of Wales Theatre?
Heading to see a matinee with 3 others tomorrow, and would like to eat lunch somewhere within a 10 minute walk.
Would like to avoid the dreaded strip between John and Spadina, which I have found to be tourist traps.
All suggestions welcome....
re: Splendid Wine Snob
I've always had speed of service issues at Crush, I think the worst time was arriving at noon and at 1:30 one of my party had to leave for another meeting, just as his food, a sandwich, nothing complex, arrived so he had them take it back and put it in a go pack. I wouldn't necessarily go there if I had a curtain to make.
in the past I would have recommended Brasaii but I haven't been since the ownership change so I'm not sure.
Yuzu sushi (run by the same folks as Japango but slightly more upscale) is close by, mixed reviews but personally I thought it was decent.
Forte and Nota Bene are within a 10 minute walk. I like the food at Forte more than the food I've ordered at Nota Bene, but Nota Bene is more popular with posters on this Board.
lunch menu at Forte: http://fortebistro.ca/lunch-menu.php
menus at Nota Bene: http://notabenerestaurant.com/menus/
Tundra in the Hilton would also be a decent bet.
145 Richmond Street West, Toronto, ON M5H 2L2, CA
180 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 2A1, CA
Forte Bistro & Lounge
133 Richmond St. West, Toronto, ON M5H 2L3, CA