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Reviewed June 28, 2021

We had a fantastic dinner here and would highly recommend this to anyone who is looking for a really nice night out. The service was some of the best we have ever had, sadly we did not catch his name. The veal chop was a...recommendation by the server and it was really great but the lobster taglionlini was even better!! This is an expensive place to eat, but worth it and the portions are great as well.More

Date of visit: June 2021
Reviewed February 11, 2020 via mobile

Excellent classy service and very good food in a warm charming atmosphere made for a fun evening out for the four of us. At over $40 for a 3 course dinner though, I personally did not find it good value. Would return but only on...special occasions.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 1, 2020 via mobile

Winterlicious brought us to this classy Italian restaurant. The lunch menu was varied. We both had the veal prosciutto entree and the mushroom feta salad and for dessert the panettone bread pudding. The meal was excellent . The service was efficient and professional yet friendly....I will definitely return. The setting was a lovely peaceful dining room overlooking a very busy Toronto street.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed December 31, 2019 via mobile

100% Italian! I loved the waiters they mostly speak Italian. It’s so old school and like the good old days. The food is sooo delicious. This is the best in Toronto! Must try the lamb and cheesecake!

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed December 3, 2019

Very good, very rich, very italian. It even has sicilian waiters. We had a very rich, heavy lunch - nevertheless very italian and very tasty. The butternut squah raviolis were out of this world - extremely buttery but fantastic. The tiramiso is to die for....Overall, very good, ver italian, recomended for skinny people, you will gain weight.More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed November 22, 2019 via mobile

We are in town for the weekend and wanted a cozy Italian restaurant for our first night in Toronto. We found the spot! Great food and atmosphere. Roberto our server was not only accommodating but one of the MOST friendly servers. He made our experience...memorable. We will be back for next time we’re in town. Thank you Roberto. sei uno dei più grandi! ♥️🥂More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed September 4, 2019

I had not had lunch at Biagio for years, but when a colleague suggested it for a retirement lunch - we all agreed. What a nice experience. Wonderful ambiance, really nice patio (although we were warned about the nearby construction noise) amazing personal service and...great food. We all 3 ordered exactly the same meal - caprese salad with lovely tomatoes, and sea bass. Great bread. While only one of us ordered desert- the tiramisu was big enough for all 3 of us, and we didn’t need to ask for extra forks - they came with desert. Now that I’ve been reminded what a nice place this is, I’ll be back soon.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed July 29, 2019

We tend to forget the "stalwart" Toronto places that have been around for a while, but "wow", Biagio has still "got it". Dinner on a lovely summer evening, on their very private and romantic patio, to the sound of the tinkling fountain. Delicious rose wine,...fresh bread (missing at so many restaurants today!), great pasta and fish. Relaxed, professional service. Better price than some trendier, louder, less enjoyable places. Try it!More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed July 28, 2019 via mobile

This is an older Italian restaurant which has been true to its authenticity for many years. Friendly staff who will pick up a joke and return. Excellent food. Good service. The owner himself comes out to say hello. I had the sea bass which was...out of this world!More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed April 6, 2019

IF YOU HAVE A LARGE PARTY CELEBRATION...DO NOT CHOOSE THIS RESTAURANT. I wanted a quiet, upscale restaurant for my 50th birthday dinner celebration. On the Monday prior to the Saturday dinner I spoke to Luigi & he reserved the back section for my group of...17. I discussed individual billing. He said although they normally don’t do it, they could accommodate it if we didn't mind waiting 15-20 mins for bills. He said to tell our waiter when we arrive. When I arrived, I told Tony about the individual bill request & he made a big fuss that they do not do that. I mentioned my convo with Luigi & he didn't care. I suggested he put my family on one bill (8 of us) & individual for the rest. He agreed unhappily. POOR SERVICE: Ordered a bottle of wine & Tony put it on the table & left w/out pouring for anyone, NO bread w/out asking,Never asked anyone for drinks/coffee.At the end of the night, only my family members were left & waiting for our bill. We were charged for ALL the sparkling water totaling $70! I asked Tony why the water was not split amongst the guests & he looked at me blankly with no response. At this point, the waiter & owner were present & again they brought up individual billing & I again told them to speak with Luigi who authorized it. I told them I would've chosen another restaurant had this not been an option. It was a terrible, sour way to end my birthday dinner celebration. With over $1000 spent on our group, they were ungrateful & unappreciative for our business.More

Date of visit: March 2019
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  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4