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looking for the best prime rib in toronto

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looking for the best prime rib in toronto

any suggestions.....thanks zzaa

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1. Re: looking for the best prime rib in toronto

pickle barrel grand do a surprisingly nice rack of ribs, but im not an expert on ribs so someone may know a better, more specialised restaurant.

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2. Re: looking for the best prime rib in toronto

Prime rib refers to a roast cut, not ribs. That much I know, but sorry don't really know of any places.

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Depends on whihc area and how much you want to spend-The Keg actually has a very good prime Rib-if you havent seen the new KEG at York and Richmond it is really something. Mortons or Hys also have a nice cut.

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my fave...le biftheque...

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5. Re: looking for the best prime rib in toronto

I love Prime Rib as well so here are the places I like to go:

For Buffet style with amazing prime rib I would go to the Mandarin

For an expensive place......Ruth Chris's it is great food but expensive.

For a real good meal where you can't go wrong I agree that the KEG is the best place.

It also depends on where you will be staying when you visit Toronto.

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oh sorry, i wasn't fully awake earlier.....I believe the texas grill is good for prime rib *blushes at earlier mistake*

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7. Re: looking for the best prime rib in toronto

I'll second le biftheque in the Sheraton Centre hotel. Unbelievably low prices too!

My husband had the Le Biftheque 'special' prime rib and he loved it (I had a smaller version which was very good)!

If you're travelling with kids they also do a great kids menu with 3 courses and a drink for around CAN$6-10!

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8. Re: looking for the best prime rib in toronto

I fully agree with those who have recommended The Keg, which has several locations in downtown Toronto. See: http://www.kegsteakhouse.com/ I've been going to the Keg Mansion on Jarvis Street a few times a year for more than 15 years (it's only a block from my home) and their prime rib meals have been enjoyable consistently throughout that time. The ambience and staff at this particular Keg location are great, too.

Although the Mandarin restaurants are fun and their buffets offer vast selections (see: http://www.mandarinbuffet.com), I wouldn't recommend them for prime rib. The quality of the beef at the downtown Mandarin (on Yonge Street just below Eglinton Ave) is "hit and miss" -- it's okay sometimes, but often it can be tough and dry (which was the case during our most recent family visit there in December). However, the Mandarin's Chinese food selections, salad buffet, sushi bar and dessert buffet have been consistently good for years. The Mandarin is very accommodating for large groups and for children, but to save yourself up to an hour or longer wait for a table, it's always best to make a telephone reservation before going to one of their locations.

As for Le Bifteque in the Sheraton Centre, there were some posts in this forum about six months ago in which several local TripAdvisor members reported considerable disappointment with meals at that restaurant, and recommended against going there. Although Le Bifteque's prices are cheap, so is the food quality, and I agree with the commentators from several months back who gave the restaurant a "thumbs down." We had a horrible dining experience there and would never return; friends have reported similarly disappointing visits to Le Bifteque.

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9. Re: looking for the best prime rib in toronto

thanks so much amigos i will be in richmond-hill .....anything close by....thanks ...zzaa

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10. Re: looking for the best prime rib in toronto

by the way dont really care about the price just want it to be real good.....zzaa