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Apprentice | Oct 27, 201810:30 AM     2

In the location formerly occupied by Nao. Gorgeous decor. They classify themselves as fine dining mediterranean and I would agree. They also serve 4/5 freshly flown fish. This place is excellent! Our table shared everything.

Apps: Grilled octopus (perfectly cooked), Wagyu kabobs (beautifully tender), Halloumi (well seasoned, great balance of flavours and textures), Ahi tuna (good).

Mains: Fresh flown branzino (perfectly cooked, light), Short rib (corriander was a tad overpowering but still a fine dish), Rib Eye

Desserts: Loukoumades (excellent), Macadamia Panna Cotta (excellent), Sokolata (good), Turkish Crisp (very good - I would say excellent but rosewater and 'pistas' remind me too much of the Indian desserts I grew up disliking)

I'm definitely returning.

Estia Mediterranean Seafood Restaurant on Avenue Rd Near Yorkville

www.estiatoronto.com
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