Dining: French Cuisine at Le Scaramouche

This week on Andrew Rivkin’s Restaurant Reviews, I present:
Restaurant Info:
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Andrew Rivkin’s Restaurant Review:

Just had dinner at Le Scaramouche, which is one of Toronto’s oldest and finest French Restaurants. Known for their vibrant and local-sourced cuisine, Scaramouche is an awesome place to dine. I gave this a 5 star, loved the lobster raviolio, not crazy about our watier, had a bottle of pinot. It was awesome!


Le Scaramouche: Andrew Rivkins favourite Restaurant

From the Scaramouche Website:

Scaramouche has played a vibrant part in Toronto for more than thirty years. Domestic and international reviews have been uniformly excellent but to sustain a restaurant over this span of time requires the loyal support of our guests – every day. Our guests have come to Scaramouche to celebrate their most special occasions and many have also come to view it as their second home. As a youthful 30-year old, our restaurant’s focus has remained unchanged: to provide our guests with an exemplary dining experience that encompasses the best of contemporary cuisine in a convivial setting. Chef/owner Keith Froggett, partner Carl Korte and the Scaramouche team look forward to making your next dining experience a memorable one.

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