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Chiado Restaurant

864 College St.
Toronto, ON M6H 1A3

(416) 538-1910

Rating: out of 5 stars (111 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
Delivery Dinner Eggplant Red Peppers & Goat Cheese English language menu Fine Dining Latin Lunch Poissons frais Portuguese Price range: $$$$ Reservations Accepted Reservations Recommended restaurant restaurants Restaurants in Toronto Seafood Take Out Valet Parking Visitors on Expense Account

Hours: MON-THU 5:00 pm-10:00 pm FRI-SAT 5:00 pm-11:00 pm SUN 5:00 pm-10:00 pm
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club


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by ourbis on May 29, 2013 from ourbis


one of the best restaurants in the city: not only in my mind but in the mind of many critics. it is constantly on the top 10 list of toronto life magazine, and for good reason. be warned, it's pricey.
Rated 5 stars by JMC on December 21, 2010
Good Experience!: A few years back, my husband and I decided to eat at this restaurant. The atmosphere was nice, the food was excellent and the service was perfect. They even cleaned the crumbs off our table after each course. The only thing, it was way overpriced for dinner for two...and we didn't even order wine!<br/><br/>Overall good experience!
Rated 4 stars by LO on August 31, 2010

Editorial Reviews

"Every fish lover deserves a visit" to this "high-class" Little Italy Portuguese where the "selection of plates is intoxicating", the wines "remarkable" and the "quaint" setting full of "old-world charm"; sure, it's "pricey", but factor in "upscale service" with "zero attitude" and it's "so worthwhile", just "dress well – everyone else does"; P.S. the adjacent bar, Senhor Antonio, focuses on...
by zagat on November 19, 2013 from zagat
It's all relaxed elegance here, beginning with the fine selection of appetizers at Senhor Antonio Tapas and Wine Bar and continuing through the French doors to the dining room, which has polished wood floors and plum-velvet armchairs. The exquisite fish, which form the menu's basis, are flown in from the Azores and Madeira. You might have monkfish, grouper, or peixe espada (scabbard fish)....
by fodorsca on October 11, 2012 from fodorsca
Local Portuguese families flock here for special occasions; the atmosphere is an old-world balance of sophistication and warmth. At its core, it's a great fish restaurant, thanks in part to the fresh seafood flown in most days of the week, with perfectly grilled sardines and pan-seared monkfish. The wine list is equally impressive, especially for those who believe Portuguese wines are plonk but...
Rated 5 stars by frommersca on March 03, 2012 from frommersca
Chiado is upscale Portuguese dining, with mains such as pan-seared filet of grouper, grilled octopus with sweet pepper salsa, roasted Australian rack of lamb, and specialty dishes with fresh fish flown in from Portugal. Superior choice for seafood dining, though probably not the place to catch Brazil vs. Portugal.
Rated 2.2 stars by Staff on January 04, 2012 from blogto

Information from the business

From OpenTable:<br/><br/>Chiado and Sr. Antonio tapas wine bar are the creation of Albino Silva, one of North America's leading chefs and restaurateurs. Chiado cuisine has been praised for its bold flavours and creative presentations. The menus feature fresh fish flown daily from Portugal and Azores. Best fish restaurant in Toronto.<br/><br/>Owner? Claim The Menu
by menuism on June 24, 2013 from menuism
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