Yorkville Village Of the many Western food, Sassafraz is the most eye-catching and easy to find. Whether you come from Yonge Street or Bay Street, you can see the gray-green house in the distance, and a row of Canadian sleds flying on the outside wall. Outside aisles, flowers hang high or low, and flowers permeate the elegant table.
Sassafraz, this French cuisine restaurant is a five-star rating. Their environment is especially elegant and comfortable, and the dishes are also super elaborate. The most I like is French appetizer thick soup!
I finally got the chance to come here for lunch. It was a working day midday and I came here looking ready to end the busy work. I came alone and the waiter seemed to forget me. I had delicious soup first, it was really rich, delicious and beautifully laid out. I think it's aloe vera with a little spice. I really like the taste.
Very Canadian characteristics of the Western Restaurant, steak given a large quantity, very enjoyable to eat.
There are 55 people in our group. There is a banquet upstairs, and another large group has about 20 people. There are three appetizers, three main courses, two desserts on the menu. The service is super good, so many large groups are still so fast, it is impressive. Food was delicious: I had some winter pumpkin soup, not really, but the soup itself was delicious, with ridges in potatoes, asparagus and a large piece of cheesecake. I would definitely come back to porridge again.