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Paralia

1681 Lakeshore Blvd. E.
TorontoON
 
(647) 955-4884
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Since Trinity Taverna opened, it has been called a number of things. Some say Trinity. Others say Modern Greek Taverna. It has also been called Trinity on the Beaches. So after months of careful consideration, the owners of Trinity Taverna realized they need a name that truly defines the restaurant. The identity in a single word. Allow Trinity Taverna to reintroduce itself, as Paralia. Paralia is...
Since Trinity Taverna opened, it has been called a number of things. Some say Trinity. Others say Modern Greek Taverna. It has also been called Trinity on the Beaches. So after months of careful consideration, the owners of Trinity Taverna realized they need a name that truly defines the restaurant. The identity in a single word. Allow Trinity Taverna to reintroduce itself, as Paralia. Paralia is more than a great place on the beach. It's the feeling of being transported to another world. To a vibrant seaside village where the white sand meets the turquoise blue waters of the Aegean. Where the ocean is part of everyday life and every night is a celebration. Where the best ingredients from the land and sea meet. Live Greek. Escape to Paralia. 

7 Comments for Paralia

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Went down on Canada Day. Put us with our 2 young children where mosquitos were biting us constantly, told them and would not move us. The place was slow not busy. Ask for suggestions in what to order. Offer fish which was $39.00 a pound and charged us $48.00 for each order with no sides. Needed to order a side and pay for it which was over $8.00 each. Said it would be enough for all 4 of us. It was not. We really got RIPPED OFF! We ordered 2 fish, got them under a pound each. Order 2 sides and 1 salad. No drinks, no bread, nothing else. Paid over $150.00 including taxes. We didn't even get a Thank you or a good night on our way out. This place is dishonest and rips you off.. STAY AWAY!!
Posted on July 2, 2014
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By Sarah Livingsto...
I really love this restaurant. Noticed a big difference in food with very recently staff is wonderful. Only negative is price. $48 dollars for lamb-chops is crazy. This is not Harbord 60. Fish is also very expensive. But room service and lively team (from greeters to bus boys) will keep me coming back.
Posted on July 1, 2014
I am in love with this place! Probably one of the most beautiful restaurants in the city. Their Greek salad with sesame covered feta was delicious! How do they get such juicy tomatoes in the middle of this freakin' winter? Amazing! Our group shared one of their whole fresh fish, loukaniko, lemon chicken, Cretan dumplings and lamb, very creative dishes... Definitely worth the trip from Richmond hill. I must say they need some work on their service and some of them need to smile more :) would definitely go back. Trinity Taverna is my favourite Greek restaurant in Toronto.
Posted on January 18, 2014
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By brian hall

brian hall recommends Paralia

Most unique restaurant in Toronto by far!
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Food is amazing, we had Sara take care of us and the service was great despite the restaurant being rammed! The decor is by far the biggest draw, incredible.
Posted on September 17, 2013

L C does not recommend Paralia

Terrible experience. Went for lunch this afternoon and left before finishing food as owner was acting like a complete jerk to staff in kitchen. He was yelling, swearing and being very aggressive with staff members in front of customers. I could not believe the what was happening! DISGUSTING! Our complaint to server and manager was heard and apology was prompt however we were told that it was the manager so not much could be done. Never eating here again!
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By kelly star

kelly star may recommend Paralia

The patio is still not completely open. Poor planning. Probably 200 hundred seats that could be filled. Hit's because it's gorgeous inside. Misses because they don't know who their demographic is. They appear to want 'foo foo shi shi' clientele but the reality is there are 1000 beach v-players (re:OVA) every night of the week who are hungry & thirsty and are clearly not welcomed. You have to walk through the whole restaurant & kitchen to get to the patio. There should be a separate entrance for the patio for people who want a more casual experience. The prices are more to moderate-high$$$ Overheard coming from customer leaving, "That was the worst service I've ever had. We waited two hours for our drinks and food!" Mentioned it to our server and his response was, "Jeez, can't get a break with these Toronto people." The music was loud and other customers complained but they didn't know how to work the system yet? P.S. Our drinks and food were late also. We had to get up and hunt down a server for our bill.
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 Please select only one reason why you would recommend this business.