Review: Kultura, Toronto

Kultura Restaurant is a 3-story, fashionable King St. East. it-spot which previously housed the Wagner Rosenbaum Gallery. The restaurant seats up to 200 in four beautifully designed rooms throughout. The menu is diverse with Global offerings that include anything from Italian to Asian-fusion dishes. Kultura bills itself as a spot for “social dining” with inventive tapas plates that encourage diners to share and explore global taste sensations. The staff are attractive and attentive, the food is well put together albeit prepare for small portions. Favorite dishes were Duck Confit Risotto and Chicken and Gnocchi. Make sure to bring friends who love to share and experiment with their food…and grab a few ice cold martinis while you are at it.

We enjoyed:

Ahi Tuna Cornets

nori shell, avocado, red miso flake, shiso cress

Seared Scallop

green banana curry puree, coconut lime crust, escabeche slaw

Mediterranean Chicken Samosas

asiago, sage spiced apple gari chutney

Tandoor Octopus Salad

chermoula yoghurt, candied red onion, kohlrabi

Duck Confit Risotto

asparagus puree, crispy duck skin, truffle paste

Chicken and Gnocchi

rice crunch, spring peas, peppered honey

Twice cooked Beef Short Ribs

scallion chili oil, tagarashi, spinach tempura

Chocolate Delice

salted caramel, sesame nougat, twizzler ice cream

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

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