We decided to try Sauvignon in the Beaches last night. ( 1862 Queen St.E ) We've think that we would rate this restaurant a 8-8.5 out of 10.
The service was excellent. The food was pretty good ( but, it did not blow our minds. ) I had the Maple Quail, and he had the Goat Cheese/Eggplant with Balsamic for our starters. For our mains, I had the chicken dish for the night, and he had the Lamb Shank. The presentation of the food was fabulous, but it did not taste as great as it looked. Not to say that it wasn't good, it just didn't have the "wow factor!"
The dessert was excellent and the best part of the meal ( other than the wine!) We shared the Orange and Ginger Creme Brulee. Yum!
For the two of us, the bill came to $120.00 before tip. A good French restaurant, but likely not the best in the city.....