La Bettola di Terroni is the latest offshoot of the Terroni restaurant family, which includes four Terroni locations, the Osteria (next door to Bettola – they actually share a kitchen), Bar Centrale on Yonge, and their online wine shop, Cavinona. …(La Bettola di Terroni continued…)
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Its pretty Victorian and Edwardian style houses on winding, tree-lined streets, upscale shops and fine restaurants, abundance of greenery, low crime rate, and close proximity to downtown business and entertainment districts make Summerhill one of the most appealing neighbourhoods in …(Summerhill Neighbourhood Central Toronto continued…)
Holt Renfrew Cafe
50 Bloor Street West
The Holt Renfrew Cafe is conveniently located inside the massive, luxe Bay and Bloor store. The Cafe is styled in an accordingly chic fashion as a bright, white, modern space, but there isn’t anything very special about it. There’s an opportunity for the Cafe, considering its great location, to be a great cafe, but it’s just mediocre.
The Cafe offers soup, sandwiches, and salad type fare. The taste is average, but the price is expensive. The food is unimpressive, and the atmosphere follows suit. The Cafe feels like exactly what it is: a place to get lunch while you’re shopping around. It didn’t seem like anyone put much effort into creating the Cafe.
To continue with the theme of mediocrity at work here, the service was average as well. The Cafe was convenient, but that’s it. Sadly, I felt like it could be something, but it just isn’t. I won’t be returning.
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