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Joanne Kates' Top 100 Restaurants 2014

This is the best food and service in town, so why is it out of style? Scaramouche begs the question: Do you want the best or hipster fun?
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The Grid - Not young. Not restless. Still killing it. (October 2012)

Joanne Kates' Top 100 Restaurants 2013

That chef/owner Keith Froggett and his partner maître d’ Carl Korte are there every night explains the restaurant’s gold-plated commitment to excellence. Nobody else in town does food and service with the grace and elegance of these two.
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Joanne Kates' 100 Best Restaurants 2011

Scaramouche jumped to number one this year (#2 last year) because of confidence....If Michelin were to rate Toronto, this would be the one place to cop a star (or two)- thanks to the most professional service in town, and exquisitely composed plates.

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Trip Advisor

“Incredible food, incredible service. After 3 repeat top performances by the them, I think this has become my favourite restaurant in Toronto.”

Globe and Mail (November 24th, 2010)

Rick Mercer "I not only went to my all-time favourite Toronto restaurant, Scaramouche, but I finished with their signature coconut cream pie. This is, hands-down, the best dessert in the city.


It’s impossible to budge Scaramouche from the #1 spot because it is Toronto’s world-class restaurant, the only place where food, service and atmosphere dovetail to create the most luxe dining experience in town.

2012 Zagat Survey - Top Food and Top Service Awards

Top Food
1. Scaramouche

Top Service
1. Scaramouche Pasta Bar
2. Scaramouche

Top Decor
5. Scaramouche Pasta Bar

Forbes Travel Guide

2012 Forbes Four-Star award, signifies that Scaramouche is one of the finest establishments in the country, offering guests a truly exceptional level of luxury and service.

Zagat (3rd Edition, 2010)

A 'Toronto classic', this 'elegant' Forest Hill veteran 'keeps getting better' with 'superb' New French cuisine bested only by the 'spectacular views' of the city and 'flawless' service that's rated No. 1 in our Toronto Survey.

Gourmet magazine

"The wall of windows reveals a twinkling tableau of the city beyond - a dramatic setting for chef and co-owner Keith Froggett's sparkling contemporary French food."

The Toronto Star

"A dazzling light on Toronto's restaurant horizon for diners. Venerable, but certainly not dated. More than 20 years, Scaramouche has offered classical cuisine, faultless service"

"Service is the best in Toronto."