This vintage-inspired brasserie is home to some of the best French cuisine in Toronto. Bright, gold lights hang from the ceiling, leather booths are full of beautiful people, and the plates are decorated with an intricate combination of luxurious delicacies. For bragging rights, order the 30 Day Dry-Aged 10 oz Strip Loin with sauce béarnaise, pommes frites, gem lettuce and shallot dressing, and prepare to wow guests. If you’re not up to it, try any of their rotisserie options and enjoy chicken, lamb, lobster and more, cooked on an open flame – everything on the menu is outstanding. And for dessert, may we recommend either the profiteroles with vanilla ice cream, dark chocolate sauce and candied pecan (that’s OMG good), or the rotisserie golden pineapple with rum-caramel, raisins and coconut sorbet.