Located on an up-and-coming street in the heart of West Queen West, Union, Toronto serves up culinary Canadiana in a Parisian-bistro-inspired locavore restaurant. European-trained chef Teo Paul sources in-season ingredients from Ontario farmers and small-scale producers, crafting them into a daily-changing menu that includes favorites such as elk sliders, steak hache a cheval (freshly ground Scotch Mountain beef topped with a fried egg), and smoked duck breast with crabapple and beets. The modern space channels an arty vibe with its full-wall mural, exposed brick, and midcentury-mod globe lighting.
Sunday Nights in Paris, a weekly prix fixe menu night, includes less-Canadian and more-French style dishes like horse tartare and pork chops with frites and a duck egg.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Notable Wine List
- Prix Fixe
Cuisine Type:: French