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Scaramouche Restaurant Pasta Bar & Grill


1 Benvenuto Place
Toronto, ON M4V 2L1

(416) 961-8011
scaramoucherestaurant.com

Rating: out of 5 stars (171 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Mon-Sat 5:30pm-10:30pm
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club

Description

Long-standing destination with renowned French cuisine & elegant decor, plus sweeping city views.
by googleplus on June 27, 2014 from googleplus

Reviews

Visit Pasta Bar a must!: Delicious. Little known fact is that the view here is spectacular. If you want a great view, only the regular menu is offered. If you want to experience the food but not necessarily the fine dining prices, get seats at the pasta bar. Calves liver was delicious and the cream pie is worth the visit on it's own. Definately worth the visit. Dress nicely though, even though they say business casual, it's still higher end.
Rated 5 stars by maverick on September 19, 2010

Editorial Reviews

Still "outstanding" "after all these years", this "classic" Forest Hill French turns out "upscale bistro fare at its exquisite best", making it No. 1 for Food in Toronto; "phenomenal" service and a "gorgeous", "elegant" room affording "spectacular views overlooking the city" are further pluses, so though "pricey", it's a "real treat" that's "perfect for special occasions"; P.S. "the coconut...
by zagat on November 19, 2013 from zagat
Tucked into a tony midtown apartment building with beautiful views over the city, Scaramouche isn't easy to find. But it's worth the effort. Chef Keith Froggett and maitre d' Carl Corte have been quietly perfecting one of the city's finest restaurants for more than 25 years. Understated and elegant, the menus are laden with luxe ingredients like caviar, foie gras, truffles, and oysters; main...
Rated 5 stars by frommersca on June 17, 2012 from frommersca

Information from the business

Since its very first review in 1981, when Joanne Kates of The Globe & Mail raved both about the food and the unstinting attention to detail, Scaramouche has gone from strength to strength for over twenty years - no small feat in a world obsessed with trends and novelty. The food reflects chef Keith Froggett’s belief that less is more; that the finest ingredients classically combined result in a...
by opentable on May 20, 2012 from opentable
From OpenTable:<br/><br/>Since its very first review in 1981, when Joanne Kates of The Globe & Mail raved both about the food and the unstinting attention to detail, Scaramouche has gone from strength to strength for over twenty years - no small feat in a world obsessed with trends and novelty. The food reflects chef Keith Froggett’s belief that less is more; that the finest ingredients classically...
by menuism on April 17, 2011 from menuism
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