Terroni Restaurant: "Bring an Italian Dictionary" Terroni Restaurant Tip by RobDavis

Terroni Restaurant, Toronto: 1 reviews and 1 photos


It's small, it's noisy, it's cramped, it's swarming with artsy types.... but it's darn good food!
They specialize in thin-crust pizza, but the menu is difficult to decipher unless you are well-versed on Italian meats and cheeses. You can always ask for an explanation, but it was so noisy it was difficult to hear the waitress.
Oh, yes, the waitresses... I suspect they are hired based on more than just their prowess at waiting tables and knowledge of Italian foods. Without exception they all seemed to have certain assets that may help them raise more tips than your average waitress. It may be an Italian restaurant, but the jeans were definitely Brazillian...'nuff said.

Favorite Dish: My wife had the Puzza Pizza (mozzarella, mascarpone, gorgonzola, mushrooms and Italian ham), but I found it too salty. I had a Pizza (can't remember or pronounce the name of it) that had mozz, gorgonzola, onions, and sausage. It was very good, and just spicy enough for my liking.
The pizzas are big, but not too filling. Very delicious.

Address: Victoria Street, just north of Richmond
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: There are several locations for Terroni's in downtown TO, but I only went to the one on Victoria
Phone: +1 416-925-4020
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 4
Theme: Italian
Website: http://terroni.com/

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jul 9, 2003
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