Bistro-style Toronto restaurant in Queen East’s Leslieville.
Small, intimate restaurant
featuring a French-inspired eclectic menu and great reviews including the New York Times and Frommers.
could stay from breafast to dinner and get exactly
what you want." --Theresa Albert Ratchford
/ Inside Toronto
dinner tuesday - saturday from 5.30
all-day menu saturday/sunday, 9 – 3 sorry, no reservations
For the summer months we are closed tuesdays after long weekends and the week before and after labour day.
now toronto "Edward Levesque, famous for his turkey feasts, advises that the best way to
guarantee a foolproof bird is to keep it simple."
edible Toronto Since
he opened Edward Levesque’s Kitchen on a then-barren stretch of Queen East in
2002, Levesque has been doing a serious business in brunch.
“Brunch is such a hit because it’s the perfect antidote to a late Saturday night,”
says Levesque. “It’s the meal that people want to eat most.”more...
The Telegraph: Toronto: a girl’s guide to the best shops,
restaurants and hotels more...
Kitchen and the Garden with Edward Levesque It’s a wintry Friday morning
in Toronto. The driving snow snarls traffic along
the morning commute and forces pedestrians to walk
with their heads down, faces buried in the collars
of their coats. But the frightful weather is no match
for chef Edward Levesque, who is anticipating this
year’s growing season. more...
Life Article "Many credit this seven-year-old
restaurant for kick-starting the Leslieville gastro