dinner at chefs’ house
March 9, 2009
Last Friday, we had dinner at Chefs’ House – the George Brown student restaurant on King Street. The food was beautiful – cooked well, plated well, good flavours. It’s a large step up from Siegfried’s.
If I must critique the restaurant – the pasta was a bit too al dente, vinegar appeared on the plate (twice) after a request to omit it, the calamari was too skimpy (or maybe too delicious), there were a couple of minor service errors and the house white was reminiscent of early 90’s Ontario. That being said (and the critique list would be longer at most Toronto restaurants), you will be surprised that this is a student restaurant. We were a table of ten with various dietary concerns and general neediness. Three hours later, the staff remained courteous and professional. The Chefs’ House is a highly recommended experience.