Ossington’s most ambitious restaurant says farewell with a 20-course feast
Yours Truly, the Ossington restaurant known for its gorgeous tasting meals, will be saying farewell to the strip in characteristically sumptuous style. On Tuesday, September 30, the restaurant will host “Last Seating,” a 20-course tasting feast showcasing chef Lachlan Culjak’s uniquely whimsical approach to fine dining, with emphasis on cuisine from his native Nova Scotia. The dinner will be co-hosted by Peter J. Gamble, the head wine consultant at Nova Scotia’s Benjamin Bridge winery, and the $200 price tag includes wine and cocktail pairings (but not for all 20 courses, because that would be ridiculous). If you’re interested, don’t dither—seats are sure to fill up fast.
Sept. 30. $200. Yours Truly, 229 Ossington Ave., 416-533-2243
4 thoughts on “Ossington’s most ambitious restaurant says farewell with a 20-course feast”
Good riddance, I went for the Carte Blanche in the supposed heyday of whomever the first chef there was and it was terrible. They never seemed to understand that nobody will care how pretty your plates are if the food doesn’t taste good and the service is shit. Also, it wasn’t the least bit ambitious…don’t confuse presentation with innovation.
Agree with you Brent, Yours Truly has been highly over-rated. Will add to your feedback: pretentious “menu” (if you can call it a menu), thimble-sized servings and a noisy room: you have to shout to have a conversation across the table. Never understood the raves in this magazine and since my experience dining there, I have been far less trusting of Toronto Life food reviews.
Well Dave, how mature of you.
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