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Tomi-Kro


1214 Queen St E
Toronto, ON M4M 1L7

(416) 463-6677

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (8 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Available For Parties/Private Dining Bar/Lounge on Premises Catering Catering Services Date Spot dining ECLECTIC & GLOBAL food International Leslieville nourriture Other - Food restaurant Roasted Beets Romantic Sake-Steamed Mussels Seared Tandoori Salmon Toronto Upscale Casual



Hours: mon:closed , tue:dinner , wed:dinner , thu:dinner , fri:dinner , sat:dinner , sun:closed ,
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Leslieville is clearly an area that’s fast persuading foodies to leave King West for a change and shlep all the way to T.O.’s very own Lower East Side. Tomi-Kro (Greek for “the small place”) is a tastefully idiosyncratic, 34-seat room filled with artsy neighbours who just can’t get enough of its charm. Not surprising, the menu is equally eclectic, hitting a veritable United Nations of culinary...
by toronto on November 04, 2013 from toronto

Editorial Reviews

Another Leslieville neighborhood haunt, this warm and friendly spot serves up fine Mediterranean-Asian fusion fare. John Coronius, a former partner in Lolita's Lust, named this (in Greek) "the little place." A bold sense of fun greets you at the door: lamps covered in hearts, blaring music, and nonsense declarations on the menu. The food, thankfully, is usually more serious. Pairings include...
by frommersca on January 13, 2012 from frommersca
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by torontolife on April 14, 2011 from torontolife
Former co-owner of Lolita's Lust hits a mark with his new venture in Leslieville but doesn't have the same je ne sais quoi of his original brainchild. Enlarged pop culture photos by Malcolm Brown gives flavour to otherwise minimalist decor. Open service bar in each of the 3 dining rooms adds a comforting charm. Urban professionals back home from downtown and mixes of chic friends flock here for...
by blackbookmag on November 13, 2008 from blackbookmag

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An inconspicuous, intentionally neglected exterior gives way to a space that manages to gracefully embrace kitsch and quirk with hints of modern chic—exposed brick, concrete stools, ’70s-style lamps, leopard-print glasses and comfy banquettes. Equally idiosyncratic is the multiculti menu—from seared foie gras to Miami ribs, ...
by n49 on May 07, 2010 from n49
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