While details are still scarce, diners can look forward to “Argentine inspired cuisine cooked on a charcoal grill and served in a warm and cozy environment,” according to the restaurant group’s website.
The new restaurant is expected to open before the year is out. Meanwhile, the same restaurant group is also working away at Lapin, a King Street West project due in 2018.
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