|Cuisine Type |||Cajun/Creole, Bakeries|
|Ambiance |||Casual, Trendy|
|Meals Served |||Bit O' Everything|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$31 - $40|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa|
|Getting There |||Queen Station|
|Cross Street |||Richmond Street East and Yonge Street|
|Tues-Thurs 11AM-11PM, Fri-Sat11AM-2AM|
Profile Last Updated: April 02, 2008
For a quick bite, the lunch menu offers fresh, healthy appetizers like cornbread loaf, avocado hummus with spiced walnut pate & chilli butter toast, as well as the incredible sautéed plantain with chilli, ginger and cilantro. Sandwiches include brie and roasted pears on grilled grain bread and the chilli ginger wrap, packed with roasted squash, plantain and chevre. If you want something hot, try the squash and sweet potato crumble, the lamb shank, Guinness-marinated chicken thighs or the roasted root veggies in molasses lime vinaigrette. Fish friendly palettes will salivate over the seafood fondue appetizer, a dish that can -and often does- fill the shoes of a full meal.
Dinner appetizers include a variety of salads and seafood dishes like the Creole mussles. Popular dinner choices include Harlem Jambalaya, a fiery mix of chicken, shrimp, scallops, calamari, sausage, rice and spice, and blackened catfish with a seafood etuofee sauce and seasoned rice. Some of the more unique sides at the restaurant include comfort staples like cornbread and candied yams.
After Hours Activities
Harlem also hosts a multitude of extra-curricular events including art shows in their gallery space, monthly short film screenings, corporate events and live music in their stylish and intimate “Renaissance Room,” a back bar where live musicians and DJ’s often perform. These special function spaces can be booked for private parties complete with services including customized meals.