The full open window onto Yonge St was a distraction as cars parked and people walked by. As the sunset in the west, the light reflected off a building across the street making it a blinding distraction.
All staff were courteous and very help at selecting a wine and dinner dishes. The service was unrushed and prompt. The decor does not assist to mute loud conversant diner at the next table which is quite the distraction. but we manage toi easily move tables.
Menu selection was very narrow and may not appropriate for a picky meat and potatoes person.
Ceasar salad was nothing to write home about. The scallops and smelled excellant. Others enjoyed pasta dishes. What is void from the menu is cheese selection for enjoyment post dinner. The deserts were tantlizing.
If you are expecting Centros, it is not. But if you want an interesting new place to eat, try it.
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