perigree? what kind of cuisine do they have?Originally posted by evil homer
boiler house is great - esp. on the seafood front but a simple and creative menu all the way.
perigee is easily one of the 10 best meals i've ever eaten anywhere in the world. they make their own butter - nuff said
Have you tried Xacutti or Susur yet? Both on the pricey side, but both solid ethnically-inspired menus.Originally posted by vinder
perigree? what kind of cuisine do they have?
i'll be honest, i'm bored of all things "white" so i tend to be interested in more ethnic inspired cuisines. there's only so much grilled salmon, rack of lamb, and steak i can eat before it all tastes the same.
well i don't know yet as its my gf who's looking to get a reservation for dinner tomorrow night with her parents.Originally posted by thom100
I work in the distillery so if you need advice, ask away.
wicked, thanks for the infoOriginally posted by Rude1_247
Have you tried Xacutti or Susur yet? Both on the pricey side, but both solid ethnically-inspired menus.
Perigee has the typical french and italian fare but mix it up with a little fusion as well. You order either the 5, 8, or 11 course menu, so there's usually at least one course that's got some fusion action going for it.
No prob. Xacutti is in your hood, on college west. Indian fusion with a really solid wine list and a great martini bar upstairs for after dinner (called Bird, usually a House DJ of some kind spinning after 10 on weekends). Was named as one of the top 10 restaurants in Toronto by Toronto.com www.xacutti.comOriginally posted by vinder
wicked, thanks for the info