Now that Winterlicious has ended, are you missing prix fixe menus?
Don’t fret, the city is full of options. And they're not limited to weekends, dinner or special occasions either.
Because you’ve got enough decisions to make without having to pour through pages of menu options, here's a round up of restaurants with set menus to enjoy all winter.
(Please note menu items, ingredients and prices subject to change.)
730 Queen St E
This Riverside/Leslieville resto doesn’t just offer an occasional set menu – there’s one available every night of the week.
The four-course menu ($54 pp HST) changes daily, but always consists of: salad, main with three sides, cheese course and dessert. There are also supplements available to round out your meal.
All items are made in house with ingredients from local suppliers and farmers and dinner is served family style. Here’s a peek at Thursday’s menu:
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16
CHARRED BRUSSEL SPROUT SALAD
Sleger’s Living Greens, Grated Hen Egg, Fried Rosemary, Bacon, Cucumbers, Radishes, Hazelnuts, Brown Derby Dressing
($18) FOGO ISLAND COD TONGUE, HOLLANDAISE, BACON & SPINACH
RUBY’S FRIED CHICKEN WITH SPICY LEMON AIOLI
Hillside Gardens Parsnip Mac & Cheese,
Mustard Glazed Carrots with Crispy Shallots,
Charred Broccoli with Confit Garlic Butter
FARMSTEAD GOUDA BY MOUNTAIN OAK CHEESE
Pear Jam, Walnuts & Maple Gastrique
VANILLA CREAM CHEESE MOUSSE
Barrie Hills Blueberries, Honey Granola
196 Robert St
Find yourself always wanting to dine out on Monday, but your usual spots are closed?
First world problems perhaps, but Rasa’s Set Mondays are still brilliant.
The menu ($40 pp) includes:
- Rasa snack
- Chopped Salad (vegetables, quinoa, jalapeno feta, and crispy chickpeas)
- Your choice of "Soil," "Water," or "Land," chosen by the chef
- Select from Truffle Gnudi, Burger, or Bangkok Bowl
- "Sweet surprise"
The start of the week just got a whole lot better.
295 Adelaide St W
Tons of restaurants offer prix fixe menus for dinner, but the breathtaking restaurant at Adelaide and John offers set menus for both lunch ($19.95 pp) and brunch ($24.95 pp).
Instead of spending the meal pouring over menu options, now you can relax, hang out and watch the world go by.
69 Yorkville Ave
We're all familiar with Chinese take out dinners for two and four.
Enjoy elevated dinner menus at Dynasty with selections of Deep Fried Lobster with spicy sauce, Twin Style Sole Fish, and Peking duck served with Chinese crêpes on offer.
Dinner for two ($26.95 pp/$43.95 pp) to supper for a minimum of four ($27.95 pp/$41.95 pp) includes dessert.
18 Elm St.
Bangkok Garden, set in a historical building on Elm Street, has been a Toronto mainstay for over 30 years.
They have five set dinner menus for two: Vegetarian in Demand ($49.95), Bangkok At Night ($57.95), Star of Siam ($62.95), Phuket ($62.95) and Four Sacred Ponds ($64.95).
Spice levels can be adjusted to your liking. Which one will you pick?
1 Chili – "Mildly spicy, little or no sting."
2 Chiles – "Stimulating kick to lips/tongue."
3 Chiles – "Lingering tingle and hearty glow."
4 Chiles – "Raging fire of exotic flavours."
5 Chiles – "For addicts, masochists & Thai Nationals."
4 Front St E
The long-standing French restaurant on Front Street has a three-course dinner ($37.95 pp) available every night.
Options include classics such as Chicken Liver Parfait, Beef Bourguignon, Duck Confit, and three selections of dessert including Baba Au Rhum.
Ooh la la.