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Does this restaurant offer an accessible route through the dining areas for guests with mobility, hearing, or visual impairments? This route should be well-lit, free of obstructions, and step-free.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer accessible seating in dining areas for guests with mobility impairments? Accessible seating includes: accessible aisles, wheelchair seating, counter height, and knee space.YesNoUnsure
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Does this restaurant offer van accessible parking? These spaces have a wider access aisle, vertical clearance and additional signage.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer braille menu or QR codes for guests with visual impairments?YesNoUnsure
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Scaramouche has long been celebrated by customers and critics for its unwavering commitment to making each dining experience a memorable one. Chef/owner Keith Froggett's sophisticated cuisine is presented simply with care and attention to detail. The service underscores that philosophy: unobtrusive and respectful. The restaurant affords a stunning nighttime vista of the downtown Toronto skyline. These components and more make Scaramouche the singular destination it is. And the reason that the restaurant is consistently ranked as one of the city's best for more than three decades.
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As we are in Canada for our granddaughters birthday & my birthday next month, our son and family booked us in for a double birthday celebration. And I would highly recommend this restaurant as the service & food was excellent.
very busy... waited 30 minutes for table,brought out appetizer and main course together. Asked for Pasta to be served 'aldenti' but it was mushy.
Priced like a fancy Italian but it was more roadhouse Italian. Would not go back.
It wasn’t my favourite restaurant in Toronto, but it was close to it. It’s a bit of a journey from the lake to a very residential area. The food was excellent, particularly the terrine. My other half enjoyed his meal even more - helped by...More
We dined here for a birthday celebration and it was delicious. We had artichoke soup and calamari as appetizers and a pasta special and sea bass for mains. The coconut pie for dessert was exceptional! Service was outstanding. The restaurant is tops in our books!
It is less than a week that I have been to Scaramouche and I already forgot pretty much everything about it. Dark, smelly, crowded, noisy, boring... Slow-service, big menu with not so many real options (3 people out of 4 opting for the same dish???),...More
Well we all hear about this restaurant, and it certainly didn't disappoint. Foie Gras was a great start, Beets salad was prepared very well, though very small portioned, oysters are fresh, lamb shank was done well too, but it lacks a little bit flavor (compared...More
I wore a collared shirt and slacks and felt underdressed. Most men were wearing sports jackets or suits. Having said that, it's not as though they enforce a specific dress code (at least not as far as I can tell).