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akhorasanee | Aug 7, 2012 01:34 PM

My husband and I had a wonderful meal at Weslodge this weekend. For starters, we ordered the fluke ceviche and seared bonito, for mains bison bavette and fried bourbon cornish hen and for dessert the instant chocolate cake and pistachio, cocnut panacotta.
We really loved each of our dishes, the weakest which was still pretty good was the seared bonito. The fluke ceviche and bison were boths tand out dishes for me. The ambience is lively and fun, not pretentious like some King west spots can be, service was very attentive and for a new restaurant I would say pretty good.
Our bill was $110 (witha galss of wine included and excluding tip).
I will definately eb returning, I think it is a great addition to the Toronto dining scene.

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