FerméOuvre à 17:00
€€ Price range per person CAD 12-31
1168 Queen St W, Toronto
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La cuisine internationale dirigée par un chef populaire est merveilleuse à cet endroit. Vous allez vraiment apprécier un côte de porc savoureux. Ce bar offre un cheesecake délicieux. C'est le moment de déguster un vin délicieux. Ici, vous pouvez boire un café immense.

Invitez vos amis à Nuit Social dans une atmosphère romantique. Un personnel instruit montre un haut niveau d'hospitalité dans ce lieu. A chacune de vos visites, vous aurez droit à un service fabuleux. Payez un prix abordable pour manger dans cet endroit. Le décorateur à créé un décor moderne. Sur Zomato, ce bar a été évalué à 4.4 par les visiteurs.

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Came to this restaurant unintentionally - cozy little place with a great atmosphere. Ordered a selection of meats, cheeses and olives which tasted fantastic! Will definitely go back to try the other items on the menu. 100 % recommend!
I went last night with a group of 6 and it was WONDERFUL. The atmosphere was simple yet elegant.The service was fantastic, and very accommodating to dietary needs. Because we had a group over 5, we got a special for $35.00 per person where we were brought  the Chef's selection. Everything was incredible and I'm surprised they didn't have to roll me out of the restaurant. A big highlight was the Brussel sprouts!!! But everything was amazing, including the Mac and cheese, pork ribs, olives, all the cheeses, and the salad. Will definitely be back!
Sharing is caring, oh so the saying goes. Sharing is what Nuit Social wants. In fact, create your own charcuterie "social boards" dominates half their menu where diners choose one, three, or five items from meat, cheese, and olives selections to create a sharing platter. Opting for five meats ($17) and three cheeses ($13), our board was enough for our table of five to have a taste each, the meats more so than the small bits of cheese. Of all the items, the ones that stood out were the Tyrol schinkenspeck, the salty pork letting off that faint smokiness that's synonymous with speck, and the bresaola (extra $1), which is best eaten plain as it's fairly neutral and the leaner cut allows you to taste the beef. Really everything we chose - Rosette de Lyon French salami, Prosciutto, and the spicy sopressata - were all solid charcuterie. Meanwhile, the cheeses were good but when paired with the strong meats felt a little lost. Whether it was the Vermeer gouda, Rondin du Poitou goat cheese, or the Charlevoix, the mild cheeses were flavours I enjoyed but couldn't hold up against the bolder meats. The last third of the menu is dedicated to "social plates", which could be renamed to "social bags" given many arrive in a rolled down brown paper sack. Some items like the crispy frog legs ($12) and arancini ($14) are understandable, since the paper helps weep away the extra oil. But, for the Buffalo Brussels sprouts ($11) it's a little strange as you can't really get to the pool of hot sauce settling on the bottom. If you can get past the image of a frog looking at you as you bite into the frog legs, it really does taste like  tender chicken or, with its small size, sort of like a less gamey quail leg. They were lightly dusted and mildly salted, but I would have liked them fried a bit longer. Both the arancini and Brussel sprouts are dishes I'd avoid - the risotto balls so crumbly and dry that it tasted like fried dirty rice rather than a creamy porcini base. That bit of melted fontina cheese in the centre helped a bit, but could hardly save the dish. As for the Brussel sprouts, it's a personal choice as the tangy harsh Buffalo sauce drenching the vegetable is something I normally don't like anyways. Items that were actually served on plates (or some case bowls) were the highlight of the meal and should be featured prominently rather than being relegated as the last things on the menu. I can still taste the sweet maple soy glaze on the pork ribs ($17) giving it a bit of stickiness but thin enough that it didn't feel like you're biting through a heavy sauce to get to the tender ribs. And the bed of smoked macaroni & cheese it sat on was equally delicious.
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1168 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Livraison Terrasse extérieure Réservation Cartes de crédit acceptées Wifi À emporter Terrain de stationnement Pas de TV Pas accessible aux fauteuils roulants
Heures d'ouverture
LundiLun 17:00-00:00
MardiMar 17:00-00:00
MercrediMer 17:00-00:00
JeudiJeu 17:00-00:00
VendrediVen 17:00-02:00
SamediSam 17:00-02:00
DimancheDim 17:00-00:00
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