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Which Toronto restaurant offers the best prix-fixe value in Toronto?

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This is Gremolata's Discussion Topic of the Day for July 23rd, 2009:

Last weekend, we saw the end of another Summerlicious here in Toronto. However, it looks like many restaurants are running their own special nights, dinners, and promotions through the remaining summer months. A few weeks back, we asked if you planned on attending Summerlicious. Given the great specials happening throughout the city, we thought we would pose a similar, yet different question...Which Toronto restaurant offers the best prix-fixe value in Toronto? Do you know a secret gem? Share it with others!
Post Reply By James in ETOBICOKE on 7/22/2009 11:13:00 PM

When I get into the city, I have enjoyed the pre-fixe at The Drake as well as at Cowbell - I think it was Cowbell. I have read of the special lunch at JK at Gardiner is an excellent deal as well. I hope these become more popular. Ten years ago, everyone was doing them, then they fell off the radar for a while. Good to see them coming back - certainly makes the dinner selection easier for me anyways.
Post Reply By Mary in ST CATHARINES on 7/23/2009 2:37:23 PM

I used to enjoy the afternoon tea at the King Edward. It is not the best-priced but a lovely way to treat your grandmother "or mother hint hint" to a fixed-price afternoon of good eats.
Post Reply By Elizabeth in COLLINGWOOD on 7/24/2009 1:00:15 AM

I love the tastings at George, on of my favorites in the city. Also enjoyed the degustation at Amuse Bouche, however, neither will win awards for being "a steal" price -wise. But, you pay for quality and both restaurants were wonderful.
Post Reply By Deborah in MISSISSAUGA on 7/24/2009 9:53:34 AM

My beef is that I have yet to find a restaurant in Toronto offering a prix-fixe and course pairings with wine. Especially local ones! This is not hard to do and it is VERY popular south of the border. Three courses, three wines, for $60-70 is totally feasible. Why can't we do that here in Toronto? Or am I missing the right places?
Post Reply By Greg in TORONTO on 7/24/2009 11:39:11 AM

I usually get out of Toronto, and head to Rundles in Stratford, as the food, service and decor are all worth it.
Post Reply By Richard in STRATFORD on 8/1/2009 9:11:22 AM

I would say regional italian supper club hold a twice a month from Massimo Bruno(me).
This is not a form of publicity but it's a great way to have a fix price menu of $55 monthly learning more about italian food.
I host the event in order to learn more about italian cuisine, even if I'm italian, and discover why my country it's so different.
Feel free to check it out, my next region will be Campania.
http://www.meetup.com/Massimo-Brunos-Italian-Supper-Club/
Post Reply By massimo in EAST YORK on 9/1/2009 2:45:12 PM

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