We had not read the reviews prior to going but were told we were in for an experience-and it was. The resto has a very funky look to it as described in other reviews here with tables separated by muslin cloth hanging from the ceilings and art on the walls done by the chef/owner we'd assume (given they were signed Luke's). Don't think any of the fixture wires have been cleaned as you could see dirt/dust hanging from them. Serivce was good albeit slow. Luke's mom explained all the dishes and and took us through the ingredients and thoughts behind each plate. The food itself was very good but remember, we'd call this "molecular" food where meals are deconstructed into their basic elements and re-fused together-not for everyone's taste/pallette. Pork Belly pizzas were good as were the beef cheeks. As expected, portion sizes were small, but again, that's what one should expect. Wine list is exceptionally limited and not worth the price. Menu is very varied and "fun" f you are adventurous but when you put it all together, not worth the prices. I could see the resto havn a good run in Toronto before potentially becoming a fad and then slowly fading away-these are Toronto prices!. We would not go back but for those who are adventurous (and we are), worth at least one visit but be prepared to shell out some dough.
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