Saturday, 8 June 2013



678 Queen St W
Toronto, On

Ambiance: 3 / 4
Service: 3 / 4
Food: 3 / 4
Price: $$

After hearing about Czhoski for a few years we decided to give it a try. Don't let the worn out dive bar sign confuse you, the inside has a rustic yet charming vibe. The menu is interesting and quite eclectic from perogies and popcorn to steak dinners. We sat upstairs which is nice for couples and small groups providing a more intimate setting with candle light and fire places.

We started with the CHARCUTERIE. It was quite basic, prosciutto, salami a terrine and a beef-tounge salad. 

AM went with the 12 OZ STEAK AND FRITES. The 28 day aged angus striplion was served with russet frites and jus. The steak was cooked well and nicely seasoned.

I ordered the SMOKED PORK RAGU PASTA. Large chunks of braised double smoked pork belly and fresh made pappadelle were tossed in a tomato lobster broth. The flavours were wonderful but the dish was so rich and heavy it was hard to eat the whole bowl.

Would we go back? We do want to try the popcorn

Smoked pork ragu pasta

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