Need good restaurant rec downtown/Queen W for special diet.
Business colleague coming in this week and he's on a "no bread, no pasta, no sugar" diet. SOunds like "no fun" to me and GF :)
We thought of Ame (which we love) but they're closed Tuesday night for a party.
Lee really turned me off last time.
Starfish, since it sounds like grilled fish, lobster or mussels might work with that diet.
Rodney's By Bay also has several dishes that will work for people avoiding sugar and bread, such as oysters, grilled calamari, seared scallops, mussels and seared tuna. For people who like their bread, the bread at Rodney's is delicious. http://www.rodneysbybay.com/Dinner.aspx
Second 93 Harbord.
100 Adelaide St E, Toronto, ON M5C1K9, CA
Rodney's By Bay
56 Temperance Street, Toronto, ON M5H 3V5, CA
might seem counterintuitive to suggest italian, but when i go to buca i'm pretty much eating low or non-carb dishes there because i'm less interested in their flatbread style pizzas and pastas. adore their salads, carpaccio, small plates/sides and protein laden mains. it's a very interesting and delicious meal with lots of options still.
Pomegranate or 93 Harbord?
93 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S1G4, CA
If your friend likes fish and you're willing to head a little further north, Sushi Inn has a FANTASTIC "Salmon Salad" roll. It's sort of a California Roll...but with the rice and Nori replaced with sashimi salmon. It's been done before but their version is religious. They've also got a cucumber-esque roll (can't remember the name) that is your standard sushi roll with the rice and Nori replaced with thinly sliced cucumber. Really good and mesmerizing to watch them make. Both really good options if you're low-carbing.
120 Cumberland St, Toronto, ON M5R1A6, CA