Anyone nostalgic for the Corner House’s creaky, sunflower-yellow rooms and old-fashioned gastronomy is in for a big shock. Cristina Da Costa gutted the midtown cottage, adding frou-frou mirrors, marble-slab fireplaces and vases of nodding orchids everywhere. It’s rare to encounter such ostentation in Toronto restaurants these days, but it’s an apt setting for chef Mark Richardson's high-roller surf-and-turf. The star of the menu is a hefty Azores fish called cantaro, which Fracchioni grills whole with fragrant lemon and chili, stuffing the cavity with couscous, fennel and garlicky braised rapini. Closed Sunday and Monday.