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Review of Little Anthony's

Little Anthony's
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Ranked #141 of 9,237 Restaurants in Toronto
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$25 - US$45
Cuisines: Italian, Mediterranean
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Good for: Business meetings, Special Occasion Dining, Romantic, Groups
Dining options: Lunch, Dinner, After-hours, Private Dining, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Neighbourhood: Downtown West
Cross street: Richmond St. & York St.
Transit: Subway: Take University line to Osgoode Station. Walk 1 block south and 1 block east. This route takes about 3 minutes. Alternatively, take the Yonge line to Queen Station. Walk 1 block south and 2 blocks west. This route takes about 8 minutes. Streetcar: Take the Queen Streetcar to York Street and walk 1 block south to Richmond.
Description: Little Anthony's is a casual, energetic and affordable downtown osteria serving soul-satisfying Italian cooking.Claim a sunny table next to the restaurant’s grand windows and enjoy a quick lunch; meet friends for a specialty cocktail or Italian beer and a snack or two at the comfortable, convivial bar; host clients in the twelve-seat boardroom or an event in the spacious private dining room; or settle into the banquets and enjoy a leisurely dinner with a bottle of wine from the reasonably priced, wide-ranging list. LA's attentive staff and Italian cuisine are ready for you.
Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

The servings here are small for the amount you pay. However, it’s a comfortable place to have a meal and chat with friends. The Italian food is good, too

Thank AlinaPD
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Reviewed 6 October 2017

We were somewhat disappointed with the food. The risotto for some reason was full of chillies and to my mine inedible. Our server replaced it and agreed that the chillies were not mentioned on the menu. You have to give him his due he did replace it quickly but it meant that we ate separately. Also their coffee machine was broken so they could not serve any. Apart from that it was OK but not great.

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Thank Jennifer L
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

We stopped in Little Anthony's a few days before our anniversary for a couple of cocktails and were very interested in coming back for dinner as the food looked wonderful. We came back a couple of days later for our anniversary and we were not disappointed. I had the corn and wild mushroom risotto and even though it was a touch on the salty side, it was fantastic! Service was good, management was great and we hope to go back next time we visit Toronto!

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Thank LORIAVWTRAVELS
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

The food was great and the service was good. We went in a group and they had no issues in serving 10 at a table. The price was reasonable given that most restaurants in the area are much more expensive.

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Thank Glenn W
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Reviewed 30 September 2017

We made a reservation here, but found it to be unnecessary. The interior has, contrary to tradition, modern decor. The menu is also quite non-traditional in my opinion.

We really enjoyed our meals, but there was one sour note. Feeling quite full, I thought that I would order the sorbet (why don't they call it sorbetto?). It was nice consistency in some places and rock hard in others. I don't know whether this was due to re-freezing or being old or what, but this shouldn't have occurred.

Thank Tom R
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