Boho: "Canadian flavours" Boho. Tip by IoannaE

Boho., Toronto: 1 reviews and 0 photos

After the debacle of Rain, we made good the following night by going to an out-of-the-way place named Boho and enjoying friendly service, warm colours, very good but unobtusive decor, and - especially - really excellent food. I was in Toronto in October, so the menu was very much inspired by the Canadian fall - perfectly cooked pork tenderloin with great vegetables and a side order of sweet potato chips. I should explain that though adventurous I'm not a fan of experimentation in the kitchen for its own sake - the food has to taste *good*, not just different. This place definitely passed the test.

Favorite Dish: Pork tenderloin, rack of lamb with garlic mashed potatoes (divine!), creme brulee with maple syrup, basically everything we tried was excellent.
The menu follows the seasons, so you yours will probably be different.

(apparently they have delicious brunches too, including eggs trip!)

Address: 392 Roncesvalles Ave. Toronto M6R 2M9
Price Comparison: more expensive than average
Directions: one block south of Dundas street
Phone: (416) 516-7446
Rating: 5
Theme: Local

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  • Updated Oct 23, 2005
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