|Cuisine Type |||Eclectic, Market Cuisine, Organic|
|Ambiance |||Casual, Dining At Bar, Fine Dining|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$31 - $40|
|Payment |||MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Spadina Station|
|Cross Street |||Harbord St. & Spadina Ave.|
Profile Last Updated: September 04, 2008
Casual dining is taken to a whole new level at The Harbord Room. This gorgeous restaurant serves contemporary Canadian cuisine with a focus on local, organic and seasonal products. Whether you sit at the lively bar with a view of the open kitchen or tuck yourself at a table, you’ll keep returning for more.
A Room of One’s Own
A night at this hotspot is all about sharing mouthwatering food and casual wine among friends and lovers. Harbord’s small but selective menu focuses on exquisite presentation and impeccable service that rivals any five star restaurants in the city. On the small plates menu, discover steaming braised oxtail soup loaded with jerk spices, chick peas and scallion dumplings. Berkshire pork and rabbit terrine along with hand-cut fries lightly dusted with sea salt and thyme are perfect for sharing. For one of the best Caesar salads around, you’ve come to the right place. Romaine lettuce is mixed with oven-dried Niagara prosciutto, sweet and hot peppers, and parmesan croutons in garlic and anchovy dressing.
Harbord’s main menu features an eclectic mix of classics dishes and modern favourites with a twist. Meat eaters are in luck because this joint serves up some of the freshest game around. The juicy seven oz ground chuck burger hits the spot when topped with sharp cheddar and bacon. Regulars can’t resist the olive and citrus roasted lamb leg served with brown butter cauliflower, crushed potatoes, braised Swiss chard and lamb jus. Chicken breast in an apple and vanilla puree, along with flat iron steak topped with roast tomato butter complete a fantastic menu.