Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Toronto: Le Neuf

noon in the city
:King West

I loved everything about Le Neuf...except the service. It was odd, slightly rude and abrasive, but I suppose you can do that when you're serving out of your home? The owners are French (not Quebecois), which may be why I let them get away with the attitude and superior air they give off.

Le Neuf is a cute cafe and patisserie. It's hidden along townhouse row facing Clarence Park. In fact, it is 9 Clarence Park, just a stone's throw from busy King and Spadina - though you may forget that. It's a little oasis in my hood, fine my old hood. 

Great brunch, adorable terrace, and a lovely selection of baked goods.

A delightful taste of Paris in Toronto:

Prosciutto meet eggs benny with creamy tangy hollandaise

Portobello mushrooms meet eggs benny with creamy tangy hollandaise

It was an adorable finale to my trip.

It's not my last post...that's coming after the weekend. I have saved the best for last.

I will be off the grid in 12 hours...then it's 4 days of no internet, no cell, no Momma GG. Mon dieu. If you don't hear from me by Monday, it means I'm lost on an island. SOS.

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