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caviartothegeneral Jun 17, 2011 02:13 PM

The restaurants and menus for Summerlicious 2011 are now on-line:

http://www.toronto.ca/special_events/...

AMEX cardmembers can make reservations starting Tuesday June 21st, everyone else has to wait until the 23rd.

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    callitasicit Jun 17, 2011 10:13 PM

    Anyone know of any restaurants in the Markham area that are promoting Summerlicious?

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    1. re: callitasicit
      T Long Jun 18, 2011 05:10 AM

      Markham and the York region have their own version of 'licious:

      http://savouryorkregion.com/

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      abigllama Jun 18, 2011 01:25 PM

      Uh oh ..let the hate-a-thon begin! We always stick to local places and have always enjoyed it. Byzantium always does it very well and the menu for this 'licious looks excellent.

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        .alias Jun 18, 2011 07:46 PM

        What are some good restaurants for summerlicious you guys would recommend?

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          T Long Jun 18, 2011 10:42 PM

          This thread about Winterlicious 2011 should give you some recommendations: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/759329 Starfish didn't participate in Winterlicious, but is back for Summerlicious.....I highly recommend this place.

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            TexSquared Jun 18, 2011 11:39 PM

            I'd say any of the Oliver Bonacini restaurants are safe bets for Licious season.

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              caviartothegeneral Jun 19, 2011 08:04 AM

              I'm liking Frank's menus -- lots of choices.

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                CaroInToronto Jul 18, 2011 02:12 PM

                We ended up for an impromtu dinner at Southern Accent on Markham St, not even realizing it was participating in Summerlicious. Despite it being prime time Friday evening seating, they were kind enough to squeeze us in and boy, were we ever glad they did!

                Granted, it had been a good 15 years since we'd been but it was as delicious as I remembered it to be. From the Summerlicious menu, we went with hush puppies with alligator, avocado bruschetta, jambalaya, a really amazing BBQ trio with fabulous andouille sausage with chicken & chop, creme brule & bourbon bread pudding.

                Lots of sangria to wash it down and life is good!

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                Southern Accent
                595 Markham St, Toronto, ON M6G2L7, CA

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                  dia8847new Jul 20, 2011 12:26 AM

                  I went to Turf Lounge for lunch with my co workers yesterday, and was blown away by the service and food. The portions were great and the food was delicious. I had the Heirloom beet salad and the Maple & hickory glazed porchetta which was yummy. I am planning to go back for dinner soon.
                  Definitely worth checking out.

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                    iMarilyn Jul 20, 2011 04:05 AM

                    What other spots have you enjoyed in the past?

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                      ingloriouseater Jul 20, 2011 01:45 PM

                      i love beets, but their menu sounds more like winterlicious than summerlicious.

                  2. ottawaoperadiva Jun 22, 2011 12:10 PM

                    Can anyone recommend restos downtown?

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                      b_low Jun 24, 2011 09:52 AM

                      Went to Toula last summer and food was fantastic (as was the view) http://www.toularestaurant.com/ also checked out Azure and was equally impressed! http://www.azurerestaurant.ca/

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                      Toula
                      1 Harbour Square, Toronto, ON M5J 1A6, CA

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                        ylsf Jun 24, 2011 12:42 PM

                        Wow, surprised to find a recommendation for Toula. That spot is one of the most consitently critized 'licious spots I have seen on forums (in particular Redflagdeals but I think here too). I have vowed never to go for a regular meal or 'licious. Their reviews mainly critize the service and the food. The view is nice though from what other posters said too.

                        This year I am just going to Luma which was selected by friends. Hopefully it is decent. I think they are new to doing 'licious.

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                          bsv Jul 12, 2011 10:03 AM

                          I read the reviews and expected the worse when I went to Toula and have to say I liked it. The view is spectacular and makes up more for any short coming found in the food (I found the food actual good but some dishes were just a disappointment). I think if going with friends and can make reservations for seats by the window (or wait till one comes available ) it is worth checking out for licious

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                          Toula
                          1 Harbour Square, Toronto, ON M5J 1A6, CA

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                            estrelas Jul 17, 2011 07:45 PM

                            ! I'm surprised as well. If you do decide on going to Toula, go for the view and the drinks (maybe), but definitely not for the food. The service is fine if somewhat eccentric, but seriously, that was not good value for money.

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                            Toula
                            1 Harbour Square, Toronto, ON M5J 1A6, CA

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                              Luvtooeat Jul 24, 2011 05:50 AM

                              Estrelas you are 100% correct !!!!!
                              Go for the view not the food

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                          caviartothegeneral Jun 24, 2011 02:15 PM

                          Pretty good selection here:
                          http://www.torontolife.com/daily/dail...

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                            wontonfm Jul 9, 2011 10:15 AM

                            I went to Luma for dinner and enjoyed it. I had the pate, tuna and berry pudding. All were fab.

                            WON
                            http://whatsonmyplate.net

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                            Luma
                            330 King St W, Toronto, ON , CA

                          2. prima Jul 8, 2011 07:09 AM

                            I had a very good meal at Mistura last year during Summerlicious, which was easily the best of the 4 or 5 'licious meals I've tried over the years.

                            This year, heading to Lucien with some friends. Tempted to order 2 or 3 starters off the regular menu and skip the prix fixe.
                            http://wx.toronto.ca/inter/se/restaurants.nsf/Summerlicious/B8F544032781CC7E852575AD006B080D?OpenDocument

                            Happy to read above, that Starfish is participating again. That is certainly a solid choice. http://wx.toronto.ca/inter/se/restaurants.nsf/Summerlicious/016207993F6C2AD4852572D5007B2BD0?OpenDocument

                            Would also think Lai Toh Heen would be a nice $20 lunch. http://wx.toronto.ca/inter/se/restaur...

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                            Starfish
                            100 Adelaide St E, Toronto, ON M5C1K9, CA

                            Mistura
                            265 Davenport Rd, Toronto, ON M5R1J9, CA

                            Lucien
                            36 Wellington St E, Toronto, ON M5E1C7, CA

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                              hnb000 Jul 10, 2011 05:15 PM

                              Went to Starfish for lunch on Friday. Had the fishcakes, Moules frites, and Sticky toffee pudding, everything was EXCELLENT!

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                              Starfish
                              100 Adelaide St E, Toronto, ON M5C1K9, CA

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                                KatTrum Jul 14, 2011 02:48 PM

                                Just went to Starfish last night. Had the oysters, moules frites, and cobbler. I'd say the dessert was good but not memorable, but the appetizer and main - I've been thinking about them all day today and just salivating, it was such a great experience. And the service was also amazing. As for dessert, some of my party ordered the sticky toffee pudding and the brownie and they were extremely pleased with their choices.

                                My only criticism is that I asked for a reservation for 7:30 since someone in the party wouldn't be able to get there any earlier, and even 7:30 was pushing, but I was told that for the party size, we had to be there by 7. However, we were all enjoying dinner and conversation and didn't leave until well after 10 - I don't see why we couldn't have had the reservation half an hour later, and had I known there was no one after us, I would have told my friend to come anyway and have us just stall until she got there.

                                But just to end on a high note - overall, the food, service, and general atmosphere was amazing and I'd highly recommend Starfish for summerlicious.

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                                  RogerDoger Jul 14, 2011 05:20 PM

                                  Starfish does not stay open too late during the week they probably did not want you staying till "way after 11" if you would have shown up at 8...

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                                    KatTrum Jul 15, 2011 12:54 PM

                                    Well just to clarify, my original booking was for 8pm but then I got a call that due to the size of my group, I had to choose either 7pm or 9pm, and I picked 7 because 9 was too late.

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                              uberathlete Jul 9, 2011 04:01 PM

                              Was really really disappointed with Winterlicious. Anyone have suggestions of places that are consistent and truly make the effort to make their Summerlicious dishes as much as possible representative of their regular fare?

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                                RogerDoger Jul 9, 2011 08:03 PM

                                Starfish just tweeted: "Summerlicious No Shows tonight. 17 ppl. Just a reminder out there. If you can call to book you can call to cancel." In a restaurant that size and with the Summerlicious prices that would just ruin their night. I am sure they turned people away to "hold" those reservations... Just no class...

                                I am of to Fank at the AGO on Wednesday. Thier menu looks great 5 mains to choose from.

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                                  T Long Jul 9, 2011 09:02 PM

                                  "no class" - agree with that. So disappointing! I recall that Starfish even requests of people making reservations to call back if they can't honor the reservations.

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                                    piccola Jul 10, 2011 04:01 AM

                                    That's always bad form, even more during something like Summerlicious.

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                                    freelancer Jul 10, 2011 04:00 PM

                                    Went to Senses last night. Food was great but the whole meal took over 3 hours, due to the wrong dishes being served left and right, inexcusable lack of attention by any of the servers and a general mess, organizational wise. Was a disaster and I was surprised given the reputation.

                                    that said, the food is pretty good. Hopefully they improve their service.

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                                      fmax06 Jul 14, 2011 12:43 PM

                                      Went to senses today for lunch - not impressed. Food was okay but service terrible. Got there at 12 and didn't get main until 1:00 - think someone forgot to put order on but no apologies. They started taking away cutlery before we even had our main and thought we were ready for dessert. Then someone assumed we were finished when we hadn't had dessert yet. The restaurant wasn't even that busy. They also played the one CD on a continuous loop throughout lunch.

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                                        ingloriouseater Jul 14, 2011 01:06 PM

                                        what time did you place your order? usually it takes a few minutes after the arrival time to be seated, greeted, look over the menu, decide on a beverage etc. that usually takes place in about 10 minutes with an app 8 to 12 to 15 minutes after that. i usually find the 3 course lunch to take about 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 hours from arrival to departure.

                                        the other mis-steps i can't understand-unless it is a REALLY AWESOME cd.

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                                          fmax06 Jul 14, 2011 01:13 PM

                                          I generally have no problem with leisurely meals. There were 4 of us and we are all pretty quick eaters. We probably were waiting at least 20 mins with nothing in front of us and obviously the staff lifting our cutlery assumed we were there long enough to have had a main course ! I would expect a long wait had we not had appetizers but it was a significant delay between appetizers and mains ( 2 salmon, 1 pasta and a cornish hen). People who were seated after us were eating their mains before us.

                                          Music was from the early 60s.

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                                          freelancer Jul 22, 2011 09:02 AM

                                          Doesnt sound like they improved at all :( We noticed at as well - the same record was on repeat for dinner. How awful, sorry to hear you also had a crappy experience.

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                                        Kassi22 Jul 10, 2011 04:52 PM

                                        Went to Canoe on Friday night and found it quite enjoyable. The service as expected got top stars. There mains weren't anything fancy or really different but they where quite tasty and pieces of art work with interesting ingredients..I had the white fish app which was an excellent array of flavors. I had the Pork Loin which was very good (and I normally don't eat pork) and the SO had the Lamb which he gave a 9 out of 10. We both had the Chocolate Terrain the had a basil sauce which was oooh so good.

                                        Went to Joe Badali's for a quick pre show bite. There $25 deal wasn't bad (considering the price).. nothing to write home about (salad start and dessert where very basic) but the veg pasta I had was good.

                                        Joy Bistro today for the $15 lunch. The vegetable sandwich main was good. The Ciabbatta was very fresh.

                                        All in all so far I have been happy with my Summerlicious experiences. Canoe of course has been the best by far but you get what you pay for. Forte Bistro is next.. hoping it compares.

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                                        Joe Badali's Restaurant
                                        156 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5J2L6, CA

                                        Joy Bistro
                                        884 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M1J3, CA

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                                        1. re: Kassi22
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                                          freelancer Jul 10, 2011 10:26 PM

                                          I have a reso for Canoe soon. Would you recommend the lamb over the pork?

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                                            Kassi22 Jul 11, 2011 05:01 AM

                                            I don't eat lamb so I went for the Pork. The server said the Pork and Lamb where the best choices. I think if you area lamb lover.. go for the lamb, the SO said it was very good.. .. but I dont think either choice is a bad one. I don't normally eat pork, but the loin was very good.

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                                          JennaBean Jul 11, 2011 07:22 AM

                                          Checked out Frank on Sat night. Both of us enjoyed our dishes. I had the ham terrine app, the trout main - which was cooked perfectly, and the sour cherry dessert. My DC has the watermelon salad, chicken, and bread pudding. She enjoyed it all but was a bit unimpressed with the salad as it was something you could put together at home for a last min meal addition. Overall, good service, good food, solid Summerlicious experience.

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                                            freelancer Jul 11, 2011 12:40 PM

                                            I have resos for the following places but looking at my budget, I'm beginning to question my choices. Would love to hear your feedback.

                                            Quince - dinner
                                            Drake - lunch
                                            Amaya bread bar - lunch
                                            C5 - lunch
                                            Lah Toh Heen - dinner
                                            Canoe - dinner (don't worry, won't drop this one)
                                            Bymark - dinner

                                            was also considering Luma, Brassaii, Noce, Globe, Jump, Lucien, Ame, Frank, Celestin

                                            Would appreciate your feedback! This is my first Summerlicious and i'm a bit lost! So far Senses was not great, Tabule good, Canoe for lunch - awesome.

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                                            1. re: freelancer
                                              TorontoJo Jul 11, 2011 12:45 PM

                                              I'd drop Amaya. It's not that expensive a place to begin with, so you can hit it up anytime and probably for less money.

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                                              Amaya
                                              1574 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4G3B7, CA

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                                                freelancer Jul 11, 2011 01:12 PM

                                                Thanks TorontoJo! I have to desperately drop a bunch so that I am canceling that one as we speak! It's hard to figure out how to get the best bang for sure.

                                                I went to Canoe for lunch last Friday and it was fab but had 3 drinks and turned a $25 lunch into $80 bye bye!

                                                1. re: freelancer
                                                  TorontoJo Jul 11, 2011 01:28 PM

                                                  The best way to look at the 'licious meals is that you are essentially getting a dessert for free. So if you don't always order 3-course meals when you eat out, you're best bet is to stick with the high-end places that you might not otherwise go to on your own.

                                                  Given that, I would eliminate:

                                                  - Quince
                                                  - Drake
                                                  - Amaya
                                                  - maybe Lai Toh Heen (I'm guessing you'd get better value by going on your own and ordering exactly what you want from their extensive menu)

                                                  The ones I listed are not expensive restaurants to begin with. You can easily eat well at any of them for $35 before alcohol, tax and tip.

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                                                  Lai Toh Heen
                                                  692 Mt Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4S, CA

                                                  Amaya
                                                  1574 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4G3B7, CA

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                                                    freelancer Jul 11, 2011 01:54 PM

                                                    That is a really good way to look at it. Usually I skip the app and order a main and dessert. I've tried to stick to a 'no drink' rule but that didn't happen at Canoe or Tabule so as I said, lunch at Tabule was $30, and Canoe was $80, which the latter, is outrageous. That's how they got me!

                                                    You're right, I need to eliminate Quince and Amaya for sure. Drake perhaps as well too - I just got roped into the hype of it being listed as a "must go" on one of the Summerlicious lists. But fried chicken? Not sure about that yet.

                                                    I will eliminate Lai Toh Heen as well. I saw foie and beef and had a weak moment.

                                                    Would you keep C5? It seems to be a good value but not sure I am crazy about the menu. But I have heard from here it is generally outstanding. Wondering if I should be ruthless, cut it and reserve a dinner at North 44 or something instead. But then I've already recently been to North 44 for squab, and this menu while good, doesn't seem outrageously creative.

                                                    Forgot Nyood as well but that should be pretty good. I remember blowing a pretty penny there last year!

                                                    1. re: freelancer
                                                      TorontoJo Jul 11, 2011 02:07 PM

                                                      I've never been to C5, so can't comment on it. The impression I've always gotten of it is: cold (decor) room, small and pretty food, expensive. It's not high on my list of places to go. :)

                                                      I've been to Kultura for 'licious, and it was a good deal -- lots of interesting choices, full portions. Nyood has the same owner, so I would hope they offer the same good value.

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                                                      Kultura
                                                      169 King St. E., Toronto, ON M5A 1J4, CA

                                                      Nyood
                                                      1096 Queen West, Toronto, ON M6J 1H9, CA

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                                                        freelancer Jul 11, 2011 02:16 PM

                                                        Uber thanks AGAIN. Cutting C5! I'd rather spend more for something I really want to order, than a bit less for something less than to my taste. Budget is definitely a concern at this point.

                                                        Thanks for the Kultura rec too! Nyood offers tiny portions as it is tapas style so I am not sure what it will be like for Licious. But I remember it being amazing. I feel much better cutting some of the excess baggage :)

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                                                          TorontoJo Jul 13, 2011 10:16 AM

                                                          Someone just told me that Kultura has changed management recently, so it's quite possible the experience will be different (better or worse, who knows). Just wanted you to be aware.

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                                                          Kultura
                                                          169 King St. E., Toronto, ON M5A 1J4, CA

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                                                            JennaBean Jul 13, 2011 10:38 AM

                                                            it did about three months ago I believe. I haven't been but a friend of mine has a few times and she said it isn't as good as it was in her opinion.

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                                                              freelancer Jul 13, 2011 06:03 PM

                                                              Interesting. I ended up buying a few Fab Find deals for it a few months ago. I'll be sure to let you know.

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                                                Kassi22 Jul 11, 2011 12:54 PM

                                                Wow!! Thats a ton of Reservations!!

                                                I would say if budget is an issue pick the places you really want to go that you are getting the best deal on (ie, Canoe, Bymark) A lot of the other places you could go anytime and probably get a meal for not much more $$ then the set menu?

                                                Ive done licious at Lucien and enjoyed it but that was a few years ago now. They served items from there main menu (wasn't something new) and I worked it out to an overall $13 savings.. not a bad saving.. but not a huge one either...

                                                Check for the best bang for you buck. Canoe is up there as their mains range around $45 or more alone...and also check to see if they offer something new and exciting vs something off of there regular menu.

                                                I also love Jump... actually.. I like all the O&B restaurants.. they would be my choices

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                                                Bymark
                                                66 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON M5K 1J3, CA

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                                                  freelancer Jul 11, 2011 01:13 PM

                                                  Thanks Kassi22 and also for your thoughts on the lamb/pork at Canoe as well. I do love lamb but I'm a little lambed out. We'll see. But you're right on hitting the biggest names for the best and utmost quality.

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                                                  JennaBean Jul 11, 2011 01:26 PM

                                                  Please be a good patron and call to cancel if you can't use your reservation. Resto gets many no shows for these sorts of things. :-)

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                                                    freelancer Jul 11, 2011 01:27 PM

                                                    Definitely! Booked on Opentable so will cancel promptly. there are too many who want to get in but can't so I appreciate that it's important :)

                                                    I think I might cancel Quince too. Any objections?

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                                                    arugula Jul 15, 2011 02:00 PM

                                                    We had lunch at the Globe, not even realizing it was summerlicious.

                                                    I was so impressed. We had a very inventive gazpacho with basil jelly (trust me, better than it sounds) a vegetable and wild rice bim bim bop that was filled with yummy surprises, and some truly perfect trout. The GLobe is out of my price range, but I go from time to time, and never regret it.

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                                                    freelancer Jul 13, 2011 06:04 PM

                                                    Did the Drake today for lunch. tomato soup was good, with basil oil. Nice, had a bit of a kick to it. The fried chicken was a lot smaller than what I thought it'd be (two tiny nuggets) but it was delicious and good size for lunch (I hate feeling stuffed). The dessert - "passion flaky" was UNBELIEVABLE. The pastry was so flaky, the curd in between was heavenly and that passionfruit reduction...wow.

                                                    Bymark on Friday!

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                                                      eatravel Jul 13, 2011 06:39 PM

                                                      I've been to Pangea for summer/winterlicious a couple of times, and have always enjoyed it. Looking forward to my reservations on Friday!

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                                                      RogerDoger Jul 14, 2011 08:19 AM

                                                      I at at Frank in the AGO last night for Summerlicious. They only had a "Summerlicious" menu, no other menu available but they did offer additional sides (frites / veg). I chose Frank because they seemed to offer more dinner choices with 5 mains and 4 apps on the menu.

                                                      I had the Seafood Cheveche to start and my date had the cold sweet pea soup. The Seafood was nice and refreshing on a hot day with avacado and tortia chips, the osup was also a great summer dish to start very fresh tasting.

                                                      For mains I had the Lamb Sausage and my date had the Chicken Supreme with Pollenta. The chicken was perfectly cooked and the polenta was good, my Lamb portion was a bit small as it was just one sausage and the rest of the dish was just some lentils and the "grilled summer veg" turned out to be baby leeks and I think baby garlic not much there to really fill me up.

                                                      For dessert we had the sour cherry and almond cobbler and I had the Summer berry pudding mine was a bread pudding with a raspberry on top and was tastey but nothing special, my date had a hard time getting through the crust on hers but throught it was good.

                                                      They had a great cocktail menu and I ended up spending as much on cocktails as my dinner cost but that is no problem.. this way at least the restaurant makes a bit of money and the waitress gets some extra tip..

                                                      There were no lineups, no rushing us out, it was very relaxing and not the summerlicious disasters that people talk about.... That being said I dont think I would rush back as the food was fine but nothing blew me away that would make me return.

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                                                        JennaBean Jul 14, 2011 08:22 AM

                                                        I think we had the same experience. Goo food, good service but no wow. However, I have to admit, I don't really expect the wow for 'Licious events.

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                                                        bsv Jul 14, 2011 09:13 AM

                                                        I did King street social for lunch, it seems to be one of the only places that does a different main for lunch and dinner.
                                                        Someone told me they went for dinner and found themselves still hungry. I went for lunch and it was filling and very delicious. I had the heirloom tomato and grilled calamari which was tasty and well seasoned.
                                                        The lobster sandwich, was nice and reminded me of a club so a little to much bread for my liking but was very light.
                                                        and for dessert: the mango sorbet and summer fruit, my only pet peeve here was the blueberries had the steams on it still but was nice and again light.

                                                        The people I went with had the other two desserts and the ice cream trio seemed if your a fan of ice cream the win.

                                                        I have next on my menu for places:
                                                        the wine bar
                                                        jump
                                                        starfish

                                                        I wanted to try BLD but could not get reservations and I HOPE I can score some reservations for fred's not here for lunch next week. I also wanted to go to 7 #'s but ran out of people to go with.

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                                                          Kassi22 Jul 14, 2011 09:19 AM

                                                          I would be interested in what you think of The Wine Bar... as I have been flip flopping on going there.. keep us posted!

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                                                            bsv Jul 17, 2011 05:26 PM

                                                            I will let you know, I am going on tuesday

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                                                              bsv Jul 19, 2011 10:13 PM

                                                              I went to the wine bar tonight and can I say it was good. I was there with two friends. The server was nice and extremely friendly and found over all the dishes were seasoned well.

                                                              starter I had the calamari and was really good, I dislike chili and had it without. You know if your a fan of calamari how when you order it, you always need to add lemon to it these were perfect maybe a little salty but so tasty.
                                                              one of the other people had the asparagus, he liked it so much he pouted when it was gone.

                                                              main: I had the wild fish and one of the people had the risotto. the fish was good tender and moist however, I would have liked a little more of the butter sauce on it but the risotto was ridiculous, the tomatoes that were in it I could have happily eaten a bowl of them.

                                                              dessert: I went off menu and had the pavlova and wow... I wanted to lick the plate.
                                                              My friends, one had the bread pudding, she was not a fan and he had the tart which was rich and really good. another table had the peanut butter cream brulee and over heard they really liked it specially the cookie.

                                                              sorry for any typos I am stuffed and to tired to fix any. I had no relized till someone pointed out it use to be Jammie Kennedy wine bar but someone new has taken it over.

                                                              It was fresh and really nice but if you go check out the bathroom. I had to take a picture of the wall paper.
                                                              I think if you can it is worth checking out, very relaxing and at no point did I feel rushed.
                                                              Hope you enjoy where ever you end up
                                                              okay I go fall over now, tomorrow is Fred's not here for lunch

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                                                                ingloriouseater Jul 20, 2011 01:47 PM

                                                                I am confused about the bathroom comment-do other bathrooms make you rushed and not relaxed?

                                                                "It was fresh and really nice but if you go check out the bathroom. I had to take a picture of the wall paper.
                                                                I think if you can it is worth checking out, very relaxing and at no point did I feel rushed"

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                                                                  bsv Jul 20, 2011 09:28 PM

                                                                  Oh opps... I was tired when I posted that.
                                                                  But to answer your question, yes, if you ever have been to a restaurant bathroom at 4am or a disgusting one, you too would feel rushed and stressed.(teehee)

                                                                  Sorry, let me try that again. I some how got four points messed into three lines.
                                                                  my point I was trying to get at is:
                                                                  1. the food was fresh and very nice
                                                                  2. the bathroom wallpaper was interesting and being a foodie I had to take a picture of it.
                                                                  3. It is worth checking out for summerlicious.
                                                                  4. the waitstaff was friendly and did not try to rush you out the door.

                                                                  sorry again, I hope that makes better sense. Maybe I should have waited till morning to post that comment

                                                          2. ottawaoperadiva Jul 14, 2011 10:25 AM

                                                            I squeezed in three restaurants last weekend. I was visiting from Ottawa and I went to Toronto specifically for Summerlicious. I had reservations for Sassafraz (lunch on Saturday) and Bb33 (dinner on Sunday).

                                                            I made an impromptu visit for dinner at Biff's Bistro on Friday night and it was by far the best meal. They offer wine pairings with each course but I only ordered the wine pairings to go with the main and dessert - both of which were very good. I started with the pork cretons with house made mustard and cornichons - all of which were very good. I enjoyed the mustard and cornichons so much the waitress ran off to the kitchen for a jar of each to leave at the table while I enjoyed my main course. I ordered the flatiron steak which was very tender and juicy - done just rignt! The gateau au citron I ordered for dessert was delicious. I will definitely be back for another meal!

                                                            Lunch at Sassafraz started off with vichyssoisse with lobster and truffle essence then the mushroom ravioli. Both were excellent but very rich. I ordered the cheese tray for dessert. The cheese was good but I was a little disappointed with the selection of fruit - only a few grapes, dried apricots, and dried cranberries. I was hoping they would have included some fresh Ontario peaches or some other fresh Ontario fruits.

                                                            Dinner at Bb33 started off with a basket of bread and a small tray of three condiments - butter, hummus, and a roast red pepper spread - nice touch! My appetizer was a generous serving of mushroom bisque which I enjoyed very much. I ordered the black tiger shrimp pappardelle as my main which was also very good. I am not much of a dessert eater but the chocolate creme brulee I ordered was to die for! It was made just the way a creme brulee should be and garnished with a delicious shortbread cookie.

                                                            BTW if anyone goes to Sassafraz it might be a good idea making a reservation first. They had a hard time squeezing me in last Saturday due to a high number of reservations and I called a week in advance. I had no problem getting reservations for Bb33 or Biff's Bistro.

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                                                            Sassafraz
                                                            100 Cumberland St, Toronto, ON M5R1A6, CA

                                                            Biff's Bistro
                                                            4 Front St. E, Toronto, ON M5E 1B2, CA

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                                                              KatTrum Jul 14, 2011 02:53 PM

                                                              Also went to Bb33 for lunch on the weekend. I had the build your own feta bruschetta, the short ribs, and the chocolate creme brulee, and was very happy with everything. Lunch bread basket didn't have hummus or roast red pepper spread though, just butter, but I was still happy with the bread selection.

                                                              My friend had mushroom bisque and shrimp pappardelle also, I got to try some of the bisque and it was very delicious, did not try the pasta but was told it was good but extremely filling.

                                                              Next on the list:
                                                              Centro
                                                              Bymark
                                                              Toula

                                                              So far very impressed with summerlicious, hope the next three are just as good!

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                                                              Bymark
                                                              66 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON M5K 1J3, CA

                                                              Centro
                                                              2472 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4P 2F5, CA

                                                              Toula
                                                              1 Harbour Square, Toronto, ON M5J 1A6, CA

                                                            2. Teep Jul 15, 2011 09:00 PM

                                                              For an impromptu dinner we picked The Wine Bar. Made rez on opentable.com at 4:30 pm, got confirmation, but when we showed up at 6 pm, they said there is no record, even when we showed them the email with a reference number. Maybe my friends dressed too casually? (shorts and baseball cap) Whatever - we got seats at the wine bar. (I wrote opentable and they said they will work with the restaurant.)

                                                              Anyway the food was good, however the portions were small - I almost felt I had an amuse and an app, not an app and a main. The "workout-fiend" friend said that is actually better for you, but that didn't make me feel I got my money's worth!

                                                              1. prima Jul 15, 2011 09:50 PM

                                                                Had a decent summerlicious dinner at Luma tonight. Nice patio. Started with the Saigon Salad, which was a lettuce, crispy noodle and spicy pork salad, followed by seared tuna with chickpeas, and ended with a mixed berry summer pudding. My friends liked their hanger steaks + mash. Food and service were better than I anticipated. Also like their Blackberry Charger cocktail (also available as a Mocktail), with muddled blackberries.

                                                                Service was pretty good. Portions were reasonable, although people with larger appetites might be happier with the hanger steak than the tuna.

                                                                I'd return if I was looking for an upscale restaurant in the area.

                                                                http://wx.toronto.ca/inter/se/restaur...

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                                                                Luma
                                                                330 King St W, Toronto, ON , CA

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                                                                  freelancer Jul 16, 2011 11:22 AM

                                                                  Went to Bymark last night and it was FABULOUS. Service was on par, three courses in about an hour and 20 minutes unlike the 3 hour dinner at Senses.

                                                                  I ordered the beef carpaccio (hate raw meat) but this was ASTOUNDING. So tender and thin, the meat just broke apart. Amazing.

                                                                  I ordered the chicken dish but traded for my friend's lamb instead. probably the best lamb I've had yet. the black lentils were a spot on accompaniment.

                                                                  the server recommended the lemon poppy seed cake which a bit of a disappointment. It was good but no different than something I could make. My friend's ice cream sandwich on the other hand was a home run.

                                                                  We left Bymark VERY happy!

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                                                                  1. re: freelancer
                                                                    prima Jul 16, 2011 12:53 PM

                                                                    freelancer, you gotta try the veal carpaccio at Buca if you ever see it on their menu!

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                                                                    Buca
                                                                    604 King St. West, Toronto, ON M5V 1M6, CA

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                                                                      freelancer Jul 17, 2011 12:28 AM

                                                                      Oooooh! thanks for the suggestion Prima! I'm totally on this carpaccio kick now!

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                                                                      KatTrum Jul 21, 2011 08:17 AM

                                                                      Just went to Bymark as well, very pleased, and the server was so nice, always checking to make sure we had enough bread and drinks and making sure everything was going well.

                                                                      Wish I had the beef carpaccio, my friend had it and it was delicious, however I had the risotto and that was quite good as well, very nice earthy flavour.

                                                                      The main I had the lamb, which I thought looked small when it was presented but it was delicious and surprisingly filling! I tried some of the chicken as well - I usually don't order chicken at licious events because I assume it's one of the cheaper items, but it was really tender, with a good amount of sauce that matched perfectly.

                                                                      Dessert, I had the homemade ice cream sandwich. My only complaint is that, with a spoon and a fork, it's a little difficult to cut into (there's whipped cream on it also so you cant exactly just pick it up with your hands and bite...or I suppose you could but it wouldn't be very elegant). But other than that, it was delicious and I definitely cleaned off the plate!

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                                                                      Bymark
                                                                      66 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON M5K 1J3, CA

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                                                                      scapegoated Jul 17, 2011 10:03 AM

                                                                      So, I'd never done either Summerlicious or Winterlicious before, but this year I decided to check out a handful of restaurants. I picked out Caju, Pangaea, Midi Bistro, 93 Harbord and Veritas. So far I've dined at the first three--93 Harbord is tonight and Veritas is tomorrow for lunch.

                                                                      Caju was the first--for the appetizer I had the salad with shaved pear, pumpkin seeds, and passion fruit dressing. The passion fruit dressing was very tart and refreshing. The salad wasn't the most memorable I've had, but it was fairly well balanced. For the main I chose the grilled pork loin with smoked chorizo, tomato salsa, cassava chips, balsamic reduction drizzle. The pork was nice and lean, but not dry. The chorizo was flavourful and spicy, which was a nice compliment to the balsamic reduction. The cassava managed to be quite light and airy tasting, but also very filling. For dessert I chose the Crème de Papaya, which I found to be a little too on the sweet side for my tastes. It was topped with a daub of cassis preserves, which was a tart respite to the overall sweetness. Service was a little slow, but I was dining with old friends, so it was a nice opportunity to catch up.

                                                                      My second hit was Pangaea--which is easily the highlight so far! We chose to go for lunch. Bread was served with a delicious beet butter (roasted beets and butter, whipped together). My dining partner and I both went with the Cucumber & Coconut Gazpacho for the appetizer, which was delightful and refreshing. For the main I went with the Albacore Tuna, and my fellow diner went with the Roasted Leg Of Lamb. We mutually decided that I'd picked the winner, although he was not dissatisfied with the flavourfulness and spice of the lamb dish, he thought the choice of cut was rather tough. The tuna was perfectly cooked, the eggplant was extremely flavourful--all of the elements really came together well.
                                                                      Those of you heading to Pangaea to check out their made-in-house artisan cheese selection might want the heads up that due to the volume of diners from Summerlicious, the artisan cheese plate offered on the prix fixe menu is NOT their own cheese. That being said--it was still fabulous cheese.

                                                                      The third was Midi Bistro, which is unfortunately the low point so far. Not bad, just not really anything to write home about. I chose the Escargots, and my boyfriend chose the Midi Salad. The sauce on the escargots unfortunately reminded me a bit of campbell's cream of mushroom soup, but the escargots themselves were tender and well cooked. For the main I went with the fish of the day which was Cod with Bouillabaisse, and my boyfriend chose the Cinnamon Crusted Salmon. The bouillabaisse sauce itself was flavourful and tasty, but I found the cod a little overcooked and rubbery. The highlight of the salmon dish was apparently the saffron dressing.
                                                                      The winner on this menu was the Vanilla & Cardamom Crème Brulée, which was lovely and creamy. Detected little flecks of a scraped vanilla bean pod!
                                                                      All in all, decent but not fantastic. Perhaps a better pick for lunch--lower cost and you can still have to-die-for Crème Brulée!

                                                                      Looking forward to the final two selections.

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                                                                      93 Harbord
                                                                      93 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S1G4, CA

                                                                      Pangaea
                                                                      1221 Bay Street, Toronto, ON M5R 3P5, CA

                                                                      Caju
                                                                      922 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J1G6, CA

                                                                      Veritas
                                                                      234 King St E, Toronto, ON M5A, CA

                                                                      Midi Bistro
                                                                      168 McCaul St, Toronto, ON M5T1W4, CA

                                                                       
                                                                       
                                                                       
                                                                       
                                                                       
                                                                       
                                                                       
                                                                       
                                                                       
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                                                                        piccola Jul 17, 2011 05:23 PM

                                                                        Happy to hear Pangaea was good - I'm booked for dinner this week!

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                                                                          bsv Jul 17, 2011 05:31 PM

                                                                          the butter at Pangaea. It seems a thing they do for licious or maybe just a lunch thing but OH MY GOSH. I went for winterlicious and have to say the beet butter was the winner in my book, I even had to get more.
                                                                          I was disappointed with the cheese tray since they did not say what cheese it was. But I really have enjoyed that place time after time.

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                                                                            piccola Jul 22, 2011 07:46 PM

                                                                            I really enjoyed my dinner at Pangaea. They had a great vegetarian selection and were totally willing to alter simple dishes to make them vegetarian.

                                                                            I had the tomato and arugula salad (without the anchovies), the veggie market plate (squash cooked sous-vide with tiny lentils) and the chocolate pavlova. The dessert was the only letdown -- the bottom of the meringue was so tough I couldn't cut through it. But otherwise lovely.

                                                                            It was my first Summerlicious and I'm glad to see the portion sizes are reasonable: I was afraid I'd get huge servings and not be able to make it through three courses, but the quantities were well thought out.

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                                                                              rstuart Jul 22, 2011 08:15 PM

                                                                              Piccola, that's exactly what I had there! I did have to work a bit to saw through the meringue, but thought it was worth it..

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                                                                                piccola Jul 23, 2011 06:41 AM

                                                                                I ate the top part and left the bottom. :)

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                                                                          Dean Tudor Jul 18, 2011 05:42 PM

                                                                          Scapegoated, for someone who has never been to any of the restos during the 'licious periods, you sure picked the best of the lot in a hurry... Congratulations...I too have had fab meals in all of those places...

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                                                                          freelancer Jul 17, 2011 10:05 PM

                                                                          Has anyone been to North 44 this round? I'm curious as I am tempted to try to squeeze in a reservation...

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                                                                            farmgirl1836 Jul 18, 2011 06:04 AM

                                                                            We were a party of 5 at North 44 on Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. We had a wonderful experience. Our waitress had a great personality and she interacted with us, telling us about her Winterlicious and Summerlicious experiences at different restaurants she has gone to. Three of us had the pea ravioli and two had the salad to start. The ravioli was "special" -- I have never had such delicious pasta. If they could have filled up the bowl and given me a second round of it, I would have been happy to call it a day! Apparently the salad was delicious as well. Three of us had the halibut and although the portion was small, the taste was excellent. The tempura onion ring was a real treat. The other two had the chicken supreme with spinach risotto. The chicken was large and they both enjoyed it. We have chicken breasts at home so often -- it's not something I would ever order in a restaurant (other than Swiss Chalet). Two of us had the peach upside down cake with pralines and it was yummy and the other three had the banana strudel with chocolate and they were raving about it -- it did look delicious. I had an inexpensive glass of port after dinner and my husband had an inexpensive glass of Canadian wine with dinner. They have drinks on their menu to suit every price range. The tables at the restaurant are well spaced out and you don't feel rushed or crowded at all. I saw Sash Simpson in the kitchen (he is one of the chefs on the Food Network program called The Heat) and mentioned to the waitress that I watched that television show. At the end of the meal she brought me a Summerlicious menu autographed by him -- such a nice thing to do and so unexpected. All 5 of us thought that the evening was perfect! Hope you can get a reservation.

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                                                                            North 44
                                                                            2537 Yonge St., Toronto, ON M4P 2H9, CA

                                                                          2. T Long Jul 18, 2011 02:13 PM

                                                                            Enjoyed a very pleasant Summerlicious luncheon today at the Trio Restaurant inside the North York Novotel. We also enjoyed our Summerlicious lunch at Starfish last week (not surprising). However, we didn't think that highly of Trapper's on Yonge, North of Lawrence. (OK food, but overall a meh experience).

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                                                                            1. re: T Long
                                                                              T Long Jul 26, 2011 08:36 AM

                                                                              A highlight for us this year was a lunch at Trio. They've had good enough response to extend 'licious with a new prix fixe menu for one more week until July 30th. http://www.triorestaurant.ca/pdf/exte...

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                                                                              barneyvernon Jul 18, 2011 06:27 PM

                                                                              I also enjoyed a really nice lunch today at the Novotel North York. The restaurant has been renovated since I was last there, now all funky and modern. For $15, we had gazpacho soup, (hubby had the mushroom salad), main was linguine with veg in olive oil and parmasan, and chocolate molten cake for dessert. (Other options were available). How can you ask for more? Generous portions, beautifully presented, attentive service, very impressed. Apparently next week they will change the summerlicious menu, still $15, but with different options. I will go back. Note: they even reimburse you for underground parking if you can't fnd anything on the street.

                                                                              1. mike_wang Jul 20, 2011 01:59 PM

                                                                                I just attended Jump for Lunch this afternoon, it was my first time attending an O&B restaurant and I must say it does not live up to its hype. I don't know if summerlicious is a sole reason of causing the lacklustre food that I received.

                                                                                Mushroom Soup too bland, very under seasoned.
                                                                                Crab Cake too salty even though I tried to balanced it out with the cucumbers. Also it was oily.
                                                                                Salmon was not moist it was kinda overcooked and dried out on the side.
                                                                                Top sirloin was warm but it was not warm enough, the plate got cold when it reached my table.

                                                                                I liked the pickled mushrooms though.

                                                                                For desert I had the amaretto cake and the panna cotta. I'm not really an expert on desserts but the panna cotta was pretty good for me. The chocolate cake was extremely sweet and it made me want to vomit.

                                                                                I think summerlicious is just a cash grab for restaurants to serve below standard fare to the general public. I would like to try the restaurant again when it's not summerlicious and order from the menu.

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                                                                                1. re: mike_wang
                                                                                  prima Jul 20, 2011 02:57 PM

                                                                                  That's too bad. I had a great non-licious lunch at Jump a couple months ago. In most cases, I think you're better off ordering a starter and main off the regular menu, and skipping dessert, if quality and value are more important to you than 3 courses for $20. I think that the lacklustre food could be a result of the slightly dumbed-down, somewhat safe/conservative menus that often end up being offered during Summerlicious.

                                                                                  Restaurants have to watch their bottom line, so I'm not expecting generous portions or luxe ingredients for $20. I'd hope most 'licious restaurants try to turn the more boring, conservative and/or somewhat frugal ingredients into something special and/or surprisingly tasty.

                                                                                  I guess I'd be surprised if Jump was able to offer a stellar 3 course lunch for $20.

                                                                                  I'm not a fan of any of the O + B mushroom soups I've tried, so I don't bother ordering it at any of their restaurants.

                                                                                  I had a recent mediocre, overpriced-for-what-I-got $45 Summerlicious dinner at Lucien. Loved the spring pea soup, but the cod was oversalted, ridiculously small (I would guess that the piece was a little less than 4 oz) and overcooked, and the tasty-enough seasonal strawberry dessert involved 2 strawberries and a tonka bean panna cotta that was somewhere between 3mm-5 mm thick. The people that ordered beef (pretty sure it was beef, although the current online Summerlicious menu mentions bison), were served a 5-6 oz piece of meat, which is on the small side for an order of non-filet red meat. The men at the table were making jokes about going for pizza after our dinner.

                                                                                  It would have been better value for me to order 3 $14 bowls of that spring pea soup, and skip the cod and dessert. I'm sure ordering an appetizer and main off the regular menu would have also been a better value for me.

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                                                                                    rstuart Jul 21, 2011 07:55 AM

                                                                                    I had a Summerlicious dinner at Jump and loved it (especially the chocolate cake.. but I do have a fairly extreme sweet tooth!).
                                                                                    There were three of us, and I think that we all like everything... we all had different starters, mains, and desserts.
                                                                                    I also went to Frank at AGO and Pangaea with time.. all good, but I think that Jump was my favorite so far...

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                                                                                    Kassi22 Jul 20, 2011 03:59 PM

                                                                                    Sad to hear... I have been to Jump for dinner before.. non licious as well and it was one of the top dinning experiences I have had.... ever. The Bacon wrapped boneless Quail app is amazing.

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                                                                                    bsv Jul 20, 2011 10:22 PM

                                                                                    I went to Fred's not here not here for lunch and have to say, bl'eah.

                                                                                    for ap:
                                                                                    'Baked Our Famous Lobster & Crab Soup', positive: the look it was pretty with puff pastry ontop. Negative: the soup, no meat and strange flavour (not in a good way)

                                                                                    my friend had: "Chicken Pot Stickers & Grilled Chicken Satay with Dipping Sauces", positive: this was not mine so I do not know about the flavour. Negative: it looked just over cooked to me However, I can not judge this properly

                                                                                    for mains:
                                                                                    I had Roasted Lobster with Calamari Orecchiette, Garlic, Tomatoes, Basil : positive: this dish was good.
                                                                                    Negative: Roasted Certified Angus Prime Rib of Beef “A-La Honest Ed’s Warehouse” with Celeriac Yukon Gold Mash & Buttered Green Peas:
                                                                                    To be a little melodramatic but Ed would be rolling in his grave at what they did to his dish. I use to eat the prime rib they served was a thick cut of meat with jus sauce, creamy mashed potato and really amazing.
                                                                                    What this had was:
                                                                                    1. the juices were baked onto the plate, my friend took effort to even scratch it off and then it flaked.
                                                                                    2. the cut of meat, it was so thinly sliced it looked haggard and very dried out. The fat was thicker then the meat.
                                                                                    3. the mashed potatoes were so dry. That when you stuck your fork in and came out in chucks.
                                                                                    4. We just avoided the peas after the horror shows of the other two.

                                                                                    the worse:
                                                                                    1. it took 45 mins to get our main.
                                                                                    2. when we pointed out to the server that it looked like it had been under a heat lamp. She had said ,'oh there is no way it was under any heat lamp since I was standing waiting for it'... I was amazed by this because I have no idea how you get something so dried out stuck to the plate without it being under something to keep it warm.
                                                                                    3. it took two tries to finally get the manager, who took one look at the plate and said she would take off the main dish but charge us for the ap and dessert.

                                                                                    the dessert:
                                                                                    creme brulee cheesecake. negative: SMALL, so small. For sure not five bucks worth (which is what my friend was charged for the dessert) Plus side: OH MY GOSH, if the whole meal was this good I would have been a happy camper.

                                                                                    I have no idea how the place sells out every licious. I hope we just had a bad experience but I will never go back.

                                                                                    I hope tomorrow of Jump and starfish turns out better.

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                                                                                    Fred's Not Here
                                                                                    321 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V1J5, CA

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                                                                                      KatTrum Jul 21, 2011 08:12 AM

                                                                                      So sad to hear about this! I went to Fred's Not Here for a summerlicious a few years ago and remember it was fabulous and the server was so friendly. Not sure if this was an unfortunate one-off or if it's really gone downhill since then.

                                                                                      Your experience at Starfish should definitely be better (I can't comment on Jump, have not been).

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                                                                                      Fred's Not Here
                                                                                      321 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V1J5, CA

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