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Toronto Restaurants

Sotto Sotto

  • 116-A Avenue Rd. Map It
  • Yorkville
  • Italian

Updated 09/24/2013

Fodor's Review

This coal cellar in a turn-of-the-20th-century home was dug out, its stone walls and floor polished, and what has emerged is a dining oasis for locals and international jet-setters alike. The menu of more than 20 pasta dishes gives a tantalizing tug at the taste buds. Gnocchi here is made daily. The orecchiette ("ear-shape" disks of pasta) tossed with prosciutto and mixed garden vegetables is a symphony of textures. Cornish hen is marinated, pressed, and grilled to a juicy

brown, and the swordfish and fresh fish of the day are beautifully done on the grill.

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Lower Level, 116-A Avenue Rd., Toronto, Ontario, M5R 2H4, Canada

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416-962–0011; 416-962–0011

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • No lunch Mon. or Sun.

Updated 09/24/2013


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May 17, 2007

Snotto Snotto

My wife and I had a terrible experience. Had a reservation at 8:30. Showed up early for a drink. No bar. No seats. Left by 9 after it was clear no table was forthcoming. Seemed to be an every night occurance - over sell, and under deliver. Very crowded with self-absorbed yuppies, claustrophic really, noisy, and uncomfortable. Awful night, and no one seemed to care.

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