Let me save you the trouble…
Not bad, but not particularly good either.
Three different visits yielded three thoroughly underwhelming, overpriced burgers.
Uninspired Asian inspired fare. Why would you serve fried chicken with caviar? And “because you can” isn’t a good answer.
3. Ruby Watchco
With the exception of a very good chicken liver parfait, fairly unexceptional.
2. Sushi Kaji
Calling it “the best sushi in Toronto” is the equivalent to declaring someone “the best bullfighter in Moscow”. Congratulations. I guess. But no. Toronto (and I’d argue Canada’s best sushi) can be found on Harbord Street. See below.
The dim sum items are actually quite good, but everything else ranges from mediocre to downright terrible.
On the other hand…
Barbecue aint as simple as it looks. But this place does it right. Get the brisket.
4. Burger’s Priest
All hail, The Priest.
Topping the city’s list in the recent Canada’s Top Restaurants list. And with good reason.
Also making the top five in the same list. The tasting menu is a culinary adventure.
Canada’s best sushi.