I was visiting Toronto with my boyfriend for the weekend and I have to eaten gluten free (celiac), so naturally I did a search prior to our arrival to see what my options might be when we got there. I happened upon their website and was immediately excited because everything on their menu was gluten free, not like others that claim to be by removing buns from sandwiches. So we decided to make it our big dinner on Saturday night, which proved be a fantastic idea. It's in a super cute little artsy neighborhood right outside of Chinatown and I unfortunately couldn't drink at the time, but it had a full list of GF beer and wine which is also quite rare! We gorged on two appetizers and meals, enjoying the calamari and pountine as appetizers and then philly steak and turkey club sandwiches for dinner. During our meal, the owner/chef/serve chatted with us about the neighborhood and how his wonderful restaurant came to be. He mentioned his brunch the next day which was going to have live music, and we enjoyed the meal so much we went back for seconds at brunch the following day! I had a blueberry danish- it has been at least 8 years since I'd been able to eat anything like that and my boyfriend was able to finally have a maple pecan tart (he'd been trying to have one since our arrival in Canada). He also got the Cornerstone Poached eggs, which I highly suggest- can't go wrong. I had the Florentine omelet, which I happily place between some delicious cheese bread for a breakfast sammy :) Can't say enough about this great GF eatery, it's a great and friendly place for every one though, not just the gluten-disabled :)
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