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Scaramouche has long been celebrated by customers and critics for its unwavering commitment to making each dining experience a memorable one. Chef/owner Keith Froggett's sophisticated cuisine is presented simply with care and attention to detail. The service underscores that philosophy: unobtrusive and respectful. The restaurant affords a stunning nighttime vista of the downtown Toronto skyline. These components and more make Scaramouche the singular destination it is. And the reason that the restaurant is consistently ranked as one of the city's best for more than three decades.
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This restaurant is 'over-rated'! If you planned to go to dine at this restaurant, & still haven't yet, you might want to think twice! Please do yourself a favour & read ONLY the 'Average/poor/terrible' reviews as these are the truthful & realistic reviews.
Big city elegance, food & service. If you want top drawer dining, this is the place. We come to this dining room for all special occasions, & you should too! Make reservations,
Why fool around with perfection!
My daughter and I had a wonderful time together at this restaurant. The service was outstanding and our dishes were very tasty!
It’s impossible not to mention the view of the Toronto skyline, so when dining there try asking for a table by the window.
My fiance took me here for our 5th anniversary last month, and I was underwhelmed. Let me say firstly that the service was excellent, exactly as described on their website: respectful and unobtrusive.
The food was where I felt slightly less excited and it is...More
Scaramouche Restaurant went above and beyond my expectations. The food was beautifully presented. We tried the grilled octopus appetizer that was available at the time of our visit. It tasted nothing like a typical octopus, no fishy taste, just soft. My filet mignon was very...More
The food is first rate at either spot. The restaurant is more expensive with attentive service and a greater variety of entrees. I think it's more of a special occasion,splurge type of eatery. The pasta bar on the other... More
The food is first rate at either spot. The restaurant is more expensive with attentive service and a greater variety of entrees. I think it's more of a special occasion,splurge type of eatery. The pasta bar on the other hand has a more casual vibe. I could definitely eat here more often! You can't go wrong with either choice. Enjoy your dinner!
Response from michaelpatrickfr2017 | Reviewed this property |
I wore a collared shirt and slacks and felt underdressed. Most men were wearing sports jackets or suits. Having said that, it's not as though they enforce a specific dress code (at least not as far as I can tell).