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Le Papillon on Front Street, Toronto: Not So Good

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Recently we had dinner at Le Papillon on Front St East, Toronto.
We used to love going there but it appears to have changed & not for the better. We are wondering if this was just an "off night" or if Le Papillon is heading south.

The dinner crepes were too sweet. More like a dessert crepe instead of a French dinner crepe. The Maritime seafood crepe had very little filling, tiny little scallops & tiny shrimp that resembled canned scallpos & shrimp. The sauce was very thick, like canned soup.

Filet Mignon was ordered Medium but served very, very pink/red, rare actually.

Service was abrupt and rushed with the server trying to whisk away the plates while we were still eating. The server was arrogant. The lighting was too bright. And, the tables are too close together.

Not at all like the "old" Le Papillon where we had enjoyed many wonderful dinners in the past.

So, have you been to Le Papillon recently? If so, what did you think? Any other restaurants in the area that you would recommend?

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