Review: Delux Restaurant, Toronto

Just north of Queen Street West on Ossington Avenue sits Delux. Ranked by Toronto Life Magazine as one of the top ten best new restaurants of 2009, this little French restaurant is a hot ticket in the ever popular Ossington Design and Bar District.

The Chef, Corinna Mozo hails from Montreal and worked at several famous restaurants in Boston before opening up shop in January 2008 in Toronto. Her food is described as rustic French cuisine with an emphasis on simplicity and flavour. I enjoyed my meal with Arlene –  nibbling, sipping and wiping our plates clean.

Campari with soda and mango puree

Chacuterie Plate: gherkins, grainy mustard, toast, chicken liver mousse, pork rillette, pork terrine, prunes and caramelized shallots.

Cured Duck Breast, candied black olive and cherry, rye

Pressed Cubano Sandwich: cider cured pork shoulder, ham, gruyere, grainy mustard, cornichons, red onion

Green Beans with fried shallots

#91 restaurant reviewed in Ontario since moving to Toronto in 2010. 

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2 Responses to “Review: Delux Restaurant, Toronto”

  1. Mark R
    September 5, 2010 at 10:06 am #

    please tell me you got the chocolate chip cookies!?

    • dobbernation
      September 5, 2010 at 10:19 am #

      oui oui. but my camera died haha food blogger nightmare!

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