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.
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.