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Cluny Bistro and Boulangerie

35 Tank House Lane
(647) 490-2246
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This modern French casual bistro, nestled in The Distillery District, is unique in both its design and menu. The large space is bright, airy and filled with fascinating custom details, such as cabinets filled with hand-selected antiques and hand-painted glass wall atop the raw bar. The menu offers French classics such as French onion soup, duck legs and steak frites, but all with a contemporary twist and Asian and Moroccan influences. This is French food like you've never seen before. And restaurant like no other. Soon, a café and boulangerie will be added, as well as a large patio and private dining area.

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Brian Lee recommends Cluny Bistro and Boulangerie

Closest I've seen to Balthazar (SOHO) in Toronto. Decor, layout, table presentation and attention to detail is impressive. I could see that ownership had a clear vision and invested significant $ and time to bring this restaurant to fruition. My expectations were high and looking forward to a great experience. Having said that my Sunday brunch experience was average. Dined with two friends at 2:15 as most of the other guest were finishing. We were in no hurry but service was very slow. I was excited to see an assortment of pastries on the menu. We were presented with a danish, chocolate croissant, something that tasted and appears to be focaccia and another pastry I couldn't identify. Truly a disappointment. The danish was dry and so underwhelming that I didn't bother to try the others. It should not be difficult with amount of talented pasty chefs in Toronto to deliver a great product at a restaurant of this caliber. The WAGYU HACHÉ which is essentially a hamburger w/o the bun was presented well and I enjoyed it. Tuna tartar was done nicely as well. The omelette appeared to on point. As stated service was slow and food runner had no clue who ordered what and every item was 'auctioned' at the table. I will certainly willing return to this restaurant for lunch and dinner as I do love the location and ambiance but looking forward to improved service and pastries.
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Russell Jones recommends Cluny Bistro and Boulangerie

Myself and my girlfriend after an inspiring walk around distillery district ended up our romantic date at most likely the nicest new place to dine in TO. The ambiance, food, service everything was absolutely fantastic and oh did I say food yet? Unfortunately, I forgot the name of the chief our server has told us about however apparently he has already worked before on major project before in TO and with great respect the new endevour is nonetheless proves his level and deserves nothing but applause. We weren't very hungry as such thus just concentrated on small plates menu, however, must admit it was a total surprise for me, however, my beef tartar was beyond delicious and tasted as almost as good as the ones I ate in Paris. I personally have a thing for steak tartar and specifically even dragged my girlfriend into a specialized tartar restaraunt during our last trip to Montreal but trust me the one served at Cluny was absolutely amazing.... I guess, I cant write too much on in here but I definitely recommed this place to everyone and guess what? We didn't have much time for the deserts but my girlfiend said we are definitely coming back for ice cream macarons made at Cluny's boulangierie so we are definitely coming back;)
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Love it! Love it! amazing decor, unique space and food was to die for! Cluny at the distillery district is me new favourite restaurant! :) try their lamb and Bronzini Ceviche.
Posted on June 26, 2014

Paula DiRenzo recommends Cluny Bistro and Boulangerie

Deelish...Went last night for Tasting Menu...Gorgeous interior, food was amazing...I can't wait to go back!
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