Toronto’s fantastic French fare
Up on a hillside overlooking the dazzling downtown lights, Toronto's Scaramouche is the perfect hideaway for falling in love with food or your dining companion. This modern, bi-level space has been run by chef and owner Keith Froggett for over 35 years and is known for its fantastic contemporary French fare. Inside you will find the restaurant has been divided between a formal dining room on top and a modestly priced pasta bar downstairs.

Join the dressed-up, savvy locals as they clink glasses of wine, down oysters laden with horseradish and lemon, and and nibble on chestnut ravioli with duck confit and wild mushrooms. The wine list boasts 200 vintages, so you know there is a glass to go with each and every carefully crafted French dish, from the yellowfin tuna crudo with green herb mayonnaise to the Quebec suckling pig with juniper jus to the roasted rabbit with bacon, gnocchi and triple-crunch mustard cream.
Things to Know
  • The dress code at Scaramouche is business casual. You don’t have to totally dress up when you dine here, but you’ll want to put on something nicer than a pair of jeans and a t-shirt.
  • The restaurant provides complimentary valet parking for its guests.
  • The nearest public transportation is at the Summerhill Station on the yellow Yonge-University-Spadina line, about two blocks east of Avenue Road.
Getting There
1 Benvenuto Place, Toronto, Ontario M4V 1H3
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