No Rose Coloured Glasses Necessary at the Rosewater

Rosewater
19 Toronto St.
Toronto, ON M5C 2R1
(647) 977-6401

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I love living in the city of Toronto! If you choose you could eat a different restaurant every day for years…I think I may actually do the math. According to the City of Toronto web site “There are approximately 18,000 food premises in Toronto. Over 10,000 of those are restaurants.” so some quick math on that means you could eat at a new food premises everyday for 49 years! Today I was invited for lunch at Rosewater, and I was not disappointed.

The atmosphere is one of modern elegance. When you walk in there is a beautiful waterfall running down the wall in the bar area before you walk into a large dinning area. At first it feel to open to have a intimate meal but once seated in one of the leather side tables you will realize it is just perfect.

The servers know their trade well and will make suggestions guiding you in the right direction to have a mouth watering meal. Today I had the Warm Goat Cheese Salad Mâche Lettuce, Peppered Strawberries, Pine Nuts White Balsamic Vinaigrette followed by the Thai Pesto Glazed Salmon Sautéed Asian Greens, Soy Mirin Glaze. Both were delicious. My choice must be good because my dinning companion Pam ordered the same, and she is a regular and a foodie just like me.

I was a bit shocked after reading the reviews that some people on Urban Spoon where not giving a thumbs up because I recommend Rosewater and will be back for dinner soon.

Oh yes, and you can’t forget dessert! Chocolate Pistachio cake, yummmmmmm

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