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Cafeo has been replaced by a new upscale hamburger joint that opened this week. They offer valet parking and as we walked by yesterday the valet told us kids eat free on Sunday nights, I imagine one free kids' meal per adult? He did tell me but it was hard to hear in the traffic and with his shivering. Also, they have a kids' menu for $8. Place was already packed, seems to be a lot of tartares or burgers. Anyone tried it yet or seen a review? Oh, just found their menu online - seems to be some gourmet burgers with foie gras, crab, things like that.

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  1. Here's the URL if anyone else is interested: http://www.restauranthachoir.ca

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    1. re: SnackHappy

      Wow. A burger joint with valet parking. That's gotta be a first in the city.

      Of course, the cheapest burger is $12.50...

      The venison burger with Riopelle cheese, seared foie gras and truffle shavings is $28. A bargain next to APDC's $39 foie gras burger.

      1. re: carswell

        yummmm.... riopelle!!!
        but I'd never dish out that kinda cash for a burger... seriously... why this upscaling all the time... a trend that will kill any good place... for me diner is diner and make is fresh and good then I'm happy.
        I'd also not put riopelle on a burger but eat it like it should be eatin... on it's own with bread and other lovely things....
        lastly... is riopelle getting so popular that I can't get properly aged recently... always too young

        1. re: chickenbruiser

          I went last night. It was pretty good! The venison tartare was very good, and the potato appetizer was also really good. It wasn't cheap, but if you're looking for a bitro-esque atmosphere that's not too fancy where you can eat good food, then this is the place. Also, the service was very good considering they've only been open for a week.

    2. Reviewed in today's Voir by notorious Sparrow line jumper Gildas Meneu. It's a bit short on descriptions and actual appreciation of the food. Reads more like the writer tried very hard not to ruffle any feathers.

      http://www.voir.ca/publishing/article...

      It's not really convincing me to try the place.