Blue Cheese, bread, By The Glass, Capon, Cauliflower, draught, dressing, Free Range, Garlic, grilled, House, House Salad, House Wine, lamb, lamb rack, mushrooms, Onion Rings, Pickled, Rack of Lamb, Sauté, Sniderman, Steam Whistle, Style
We were back at Barberian’s Steak House on Elm Street, again this week. This time we shared grilled Rack of Lamb and Grilled Free Range Capon. Of course the spouse had a baked potato (as a receptacle for the sour cream and bacon bits). Service by Theo, the head waiter was, as usual, top notch.
Not much in the restaurant has changed (other than regular rotation of the paintings in the restaurant) since its opening in 1959. We very much like it that way. Reservations are a must do.
There is an extensive red wine cellar on the lower level of the new addition (2005). The white wines are stored in a climate controlled cellar near-by. Few wines are sold by the glass, but if you really want a glass or two of a particular wine on the menu just ask.
The old washrooms are tiny. However there is a large modern fully accessible washroom at the back of the new adition. Just ask your server how to find it.
7 Elm Street Toronto Ontario M5G 1H1 +1-16-597-0335
Owner, Manager and Sommelier: Arron Barberian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch – Monday to Friday – 12pm – 2:30pm
Dinner – Monday to Friday – 5pm -12am
Saturday and Sunday – 4:30pm -12am