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There is a coupon out for them today. any reviews?

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    1. Thinking of going for lunch tomorrow. Any current opinions on Liberty Belle or are there better places for a sit-down indoor air-conditioned lunch in Liberty Village?

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      1. re: Food Tourist

        Considering the heat, no. DH loved the savoury crepe!

        1. re: Food Tourist

          Liberty Belle is great, go and and enjoy. Probably the best restaurant currently in Liberty Village.

          1. re: Food Tourist

            I love Liberty Belle Bistro. Hubby and I were there last month and everything was perfect. The portions are on the small side, but sufficient. I prefer quality over quantity and was impressed with the quality of the dishes. We had a salted caramel chocolate tart for dessert that was divine. The handsome owner/chef came to our table to chat. I think I have a bit of crush.:-)

          2. In the words of my brother, "over freakin rated". Haven't been myself but I trust his tastebuds.

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            1. re: uberathlete

              Why does he think it's over rated? What was his experience and what did he order?

              1. re: ingloriouseater

                He had the La Belle Burger. Said it was bland, the frites weren't very good, and the homemade ketchup tasted like boiled down unripened tomatoes.

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                La Belle Cafe
                444 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5B2H4, CA

                1. re: uberathlete

                  I can't speak to the burger, as I haven't had it but I have eaten the steak frites and they were perfect frites. The frites I had were the right size, crisp and well seasoned. The homemade kertchup I found to be close to Heinz but with a deeper flavor

            2. I was expecting a small neighbourhood bistro and was delighted that it was exactly that.

              The zinc ceiling and varied retro-kitschy salt-and-pepper shakers were a cute touch. We got airplanes on our table.

              Had a $12 glass of Organized Crime pinot gris after the helpful server brought 2 wines to "try first". 3x markup seems steep as the wine is $19 per bottle at cost.

              My omelette du jour contained house-smoked turkey (unfortunately, tiny dried-out pieces), red pepper and feta. The omelette was overall very acceptable. A side salad and side potato rosti-latke fried puck with homemade ketchup rounded out the dish. No toast to be seen anywhere! I was too distracted by conversation to ask about toast. $12 for the omelette dish.