Didier Leroy is closing his midtown bistro after almost a decade
Didier, the Yonge Street bistro from Master Chef Didier Leroy, is closing. The midtown restaurant, which opened in
2000 2004, catered to an Old Toronto set with all the trappings of a traditional Parisian dining room: oak-panelled walls, Edith Piaf and a menu of impeccable soufflés, terrines and tartares. Unrelated to the closure, Didier made headlines last month when a Toronto Justice of the Peace was suspended for improperly influencing the restaurant’s city health inspection. The bistro will serve its last meal on August 31.