Cibo Wine Bar
My friend and I made reservations at Cibo Wine Bar at 2472 Yonge Street. There are a few others around Toronto. This one is easy to find and it is quite nice. I like the way it’s decorated and the atmosphere is nice. The waitress who served us was friendly as were a few of the others who brought us water and our starters. Even though it’s a wine bar, we stuck to water.
Our waitress brought us some garlic bread and olives. I nearly ate all the olives but that was mostly because my friend is not big on olives. The bread was salted and so good, but I wouldn't allow myself to have too much of it, teehee. I had the vegetarian Bruschetta which was yummy. My friend had the Arugula Salad.
Next I had the Quattro Stagioni Pizza for my main course. I asked for it to be made without the mozzarella as I no longer eat dairy all that much. It was quite delicious. I liked the crunchiness of it. It was rather large and I was a little surprised. I didn’t expect it to be that big and so it took me a while to eat it. By the time I had finished it, I felt like a whale. I wasn’t sure if I would be able to eat dessert. My friend had the Fettuccine Shrimp.
For dessert, the both of us ordered the Blood Orange Semifredo. I somehow managed to eat it despite feeling like I was on the verge of exploding. It was delicious. I had never had it before so I was quite pleased with my choice. I really liked the taste of it and had I had this at home, I most definitely would have licked the plate (it was that good!)
I recommend Cibo Wine Bar for a lovely Italian lunch. I did gloss over the rest of their menu and they do have some healthy food options. The restaurant is slightly expensive though but quite nice. If you've already been or plan on going, be sure to leave a comment and tell me what you thought.
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