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Didier Leroy is closing his midtown bistro after almost a decade

Didier Leroy is closing his midtown bistro after almost a decade
(Image: Didier)

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.

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