If you’ve been craving a date that has an air of mystique, this new west-end spot is serving up the ideal ambiance.
The magic of whimsy and romance is alive at Pastiche, hidden away on Ossington behind a door with no signage, it’s the perfect place to venture to when you’re craving not just dinner, but an experience.
But make no mistake, your dinner cravings will be satisfied too.
Boasting a robust menu with offerings that range from Chestnut and Cocoa Soup to Duck Confit Egg Rolls and Crispy Fried Chicken, your tastebuds are bound to feel alive.
And the cocktails are exquisite too: the Bittersweet Symphony is literally on fire, and the Bread and Butter is like breakfast… which everyone knows is best enjoyed in the evening hours.
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For the more adventurous, the bar chefs can take you on an exciting voyage, never offering the same drink twice on the same night. Plus, there’s an ever-rotating selection of rare wines, all available by the glass to those craving variety.
Your adventure awaits you. Now all you need to do is ensure you don’t pass it by.
Remember: there’s no signage outside. But if you’re looking for a sign of where to find a great meal — this is it.
Address: 59 Ossington Avenue