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The Black Hoof

Posted by Staff / Reviewed on December 19, 2008 / review policy

The Black HoofAfter opening to rave reviews, this city's newest hit is The Black Hoof, 928 Dundas Street West, and I was dying to pay them a visit. So last night with three companions in tow we descended upon the teeny charcuterie joint with empty stomachs and panache for some straight up meat.

Warning: this restaurant is not suitable for herbivores (unless you're content eating bread and cheese for dinner), the faint at heart (think piggy ears and bone marrow), if you suffer from high cholesterol, if you have no patience (we waited an hour for a table at an unknown bar across the street that had no heat) or if you have no money (cash and debit only).

None of the above pertained to us so we whole heartedly and excitedly ordered a bottle of wine and half the menu - serious. Their menu is confidently small and compact and I admire its' no nonsense approach. First came bread from Thuet's bakery ($4) and olives ($4) avec a cute little pit bowl. It's about time someone clued into the fact that pits on your side plate are not only gross but they compete for space when trying to eat something else off the same plate. Smart.

Black Hoof Charcuterie

When she brings the charcuterie ($23) we practically squeal like the little pigs that have graciously blessed the platter. It's a farm on a plate. Horse sausage, foie gras mousse, venison brasaola, duck prosciutto and a rainbow of pork products like pancetta, salami and chorizo. All made in house with the exception of the pancetta. It was a carnivore's dream come true. With each sampling, came an element of pleasant surprise. It was salty and earthy and natural. It went so fast someone almost lost a finger.

A platter of marinated vegetables makes an appearance. They were sweet but bring on the meat.

Next up was the cabbage soup and bone marrow ($6). They were stationed side by side and the soup was good but who cares? The marrow was the best I have ever had. The only word to describe this marrow is outstanding. So outstanding that it got ugly as we gnawed and sucked at these bones till every drop of luscious marrow had been conquered. So outstanding that I woke up this morning thinking about it and have continued to think about it all day. Even more outstanding is it's price tag - do they know how good this stuff is? It was perfectly cooked. It was not hard or mealy but rather gooey and kind of wet.

Black Hoof Soup

The duck confit sandwich ($12) that followed was brilliant. The meat was a stringy, juicy, greasy mess and the crunchy bun was hard to cut in half but a best friend to the succulent duck meat.

Oh, the pork belly pastrami ($12). Who in their right mind doesn't like the belly? With its' fatty goodness and tender texture, I have to say that I am a big fan. They serve it up with a mini pickle, a little sauerkraut and the dish makes you smile.

We are happy.

We want meat for dessert and I'm secretly hoping for bison ice cream or some other animal concoction. Instead we are told they don't do coffee and dessert is some sort of tart. Like the vegetables, dessert is useless and we call it a night.

The service was great and the wine list affordable. The only negative is the washrooms. The stalls look like your grandpa made them at his work bench. We love The Black Hoof's "made in house" philosophy but they could've ordered in the bathroom. Oh well.

Overall, the experience was satiating and I can't wait to go back and order the other half of the menu.

Black Hoof Menu

Writing by Rita Ricchio. Photos by Rita Ricchio and Tim Shore.

Discussion

57 Comments

apetimberlake / December 20, 2008 at 10:44 am
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OHHH MY GOD THAT LOOKS GOOOOOOOOOOOOD
krystyn / December 20, 2008 at 01:12 pm
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As a herbivore, I don't know why I read this review but it thoroughly grossed me out!! Luckily I know a few people who this would appeal to and I shall duly pass it on.
Andreas / December 20, 2008 at 06:31 pm
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There is a cured liver sausage on the menu that smells exactly like a wet horse on a fall morning. Good times, good times.

I've got my own duck prosciutto in the fridge right now.
cat / December 20, 2008 at 08:50 pm
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I would have loved to have tried this place out, but instead the Black Hoof gave me the worst night out I've had in a very very long time. I went with a friend in from out of town who was very excited to go. They don't "do" reservations at the Black Hoof so we showed up somewhat early on a weekend evening and they said "it will be 40 minutes". The hostess was really incredibly rude to us, would turn her back to us and not acknowledge our presence and generally gave the air of not being impressed by us.

After an hour of hanging around the sketchy dundas west/oss area, mostly outside in the cold (friend really wanted that meat platter!), we went back inside to follow up. The hostess again ignored us for 10-15 mins, we noted that 80% of the people inside were the same ones as when we first came, they weren't eating they were just sitting, enjoying being seen someplace "cool". When we finally got the attention of the hostess again, she said "there are still three parties of four ahead of you, we're not even sure we will seat you tonight. We will call you when we're ready for you, our policy is to let people stay as long as they want" so we went to another bar, sat and waited.

Finally we got mad because our other friend had to leave (it was his birthday, even) and we just hopped in a cab and went to a pub in my neighborhood. The Black Hoof then called us about an hour and a half later asking us if we would like to come back and I said, "no thanks." This also applies to my friend who is a restaurant industry journalist, who said it was the worst service she'd seen. As for myself, I understand these situations happen but this one made me mad enough that I will never go back there.
Christopher / December 21, 2008 at 11:40 am
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Your loss, cat on. This place is amazing. Try going later... we went last night at midnight and didn't have to wait at all. It was the perfect midnight snack.
Joe / December 24, 2008 at 11:17 am
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Save your money and visit a good quality grocery store. I have everything thats on that meat platter in my fridge right now.
donna / December 24, 2008 at 06:33 pm
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Excellent, I love seeing the beacoup de commentary. So many opinions!
Becks / December 31, 2008 at 11:37 am
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Hey Joe - ever heard of a kill stage? Its the difference between real charcuterie and whats on your plate.
Rich / February 2, 2009 at 07:00 pm
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I have been a few times......great Industry hangout! Good beer on Tap and, a great reasonable priced wine list.

Great snacks for after a long day at work......so casual.

I will be back.

keep trucken Black Hoof

R.
Ring / February 11, 2009 at 07:22 pm
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Love this spot. Great place for a drink and a snack... sometimes a very large snack. The staff are great and the atmosphere is amazing. I'm a lucky girl to have this resto at the bottom of my street.
garth breaks / February 18, 2009 at 03:05 pm
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WARNING: This is little more than a hipster salami joint with the worst service I've encountered in a long, long time.

Not even sure where to begin here, so if you want the quick version, skip this over-hyped poor attempt at a restaurant and go to Cava. Or Atelier Thuet. Hell, even The Drake does better charcuterie than this place.
However, if you're interested in the worst service you could possibly imagine, coupled with a filthy environment and attitude galore, go ahead and check it out.
Paul / April 10, 2009 at 08:43 pm
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I'm with Cat, Joe and Garth... the Black Hoof clearly stepped in the cow-plop. The atmosphere is uncomfortable, slapped-together diner, and the service is slow and snooty.
When leaving, the hostess asked me how our meal was. When I did not reply, she pressed. I commented that I was not as pleased as I had hoped I'd be at which point she got defensive and really pushy. Hoping that she would just let us leave in peace (we were getting our coats on), I told her that the food was tasty. Sadly, this did not satisfy her -she wanted more and pushed for it. So, I told her what I really thought: while the food was good, it was way overpriced; the atmosphere uncomfortable; the service slow and the staff seemed to go out of their way to ignore customers. Overall, I found the place to be pretentious without any real reason for it. The hostess sucked her teeth at us, made a snotty comment about me not understanding "fine dining," turned on her heel and stomped off. The guy on the prep table asked if everything was OK and gave me a look that seemed to suggest that he had seen this sort of behaviour out of the hostess before. I thanked him for the dinner and we left.
Toronto is full of great places to eat; we certainly won't waste our time at the Black Hoof again. Snotty hostess girl might do well to remember that her customer is paying her wage. Further, don't ask your customer about his dining experience if you don't want to hear the answer.
pat / August 23, 2009 at 07:45 pm
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Too bad about the bad experiences. Have been twice with two friends (March and June or early July). Had yummy food both times and good service. Sorry, but you're not going to buy the home-made forced meats from here at your local grocery store.
Some totally awesome dishes: the stuffed pork snout was delirium, truly awesome. The duck confit sandwich -- I had to try to replicate that at home; alas, mine was not up to the quality.

Have found the service honest and humble: three women out for dinner can sometimes not get the best service. We had no service issues either time.

Oh -- it's summer, and they have a patio out back. It's a nice place.
Paul / September 13, 2009 at 01:57 pm
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Ate here this weekend and the food, cocktails and service were all top notch -- one of the best restaurant experiences I've had. My friend and I shared the charcuterie, which was great except for the lardo, which I suspect is an acquired taste... kind of like a funky cheese, or tripe at dim sum... I would try it again but it paled beside the chicken liver mousse, the duck prosciutto, and the blueberry bison sausage. Then we had the marrow, which was amazing, and shared the horse tartare sandwich, which also turned out to be amazing. Ruby red, soft and flavourful, served with a spicy sauce -- it reminded us of really good tuna sashimi. The service was very pleasant and attentive. We will definitely come here again.
MR / September 15, 2009 at 01:33 am
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For the people that don't get it and think you can do this at home by going to the grocery store, you are entitled to your opinion. However, I must state my opinion which is probably worth a bit more than some idiot that thinks he knows food. Try making Salumi or Charcuterie at home... Good Luck! It is one big experiment and getting it right takes years of experience. Torontonians really should embrace this type of culinary passion and be proud of what we can call our own. We have very few note worthy restaurants, compared to NY or Montreal. The Black Hoof is the first step to allowing Torontonians the ability to be proud of its restaurant scene.
Greg / September 24, 2009 at 10:55 pm
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The food was good, even very good for some things, but the service and overall attitude was terrible. I've dined in places all around the world and I can say that the service was as bad as I can remember, worse than restaurants in Australia, and that takes effort.
Mike / October 20, 2009 at 05:34 pm
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2 Part Comment:

1st - The Service

A good friend of mine has taken me to the Hoof a few times when I had visited Toronto and I do admit that there Hostess is a little rough around the edges when its busy. I would suggest that, if the host/hostess is going to offer a timeline in the future, the host/hostess state an approximate time and then ADD THE CAVEAT "but as we have no control over how long our guests decide to stay, it may be shorter or longer". This would work well for them as they have a phone call on table opening policy, which I have no issue with. I have had to wait up to 2 hours for a table at the hoof before, BUT, it was well worth it in the end.

As for the service itself, I find it excellent. There is one server (Knowledgeable, Tall and Sexy) who has served us each time. She is always smiling, friendly and knows her stuff. Attitude was GREAT as always. Even when errors have occurred (they once forgot one of our dishes - PB and J FOIS!) they have been quickly resolved without question and with great speed.

2nd - The Scrumptious Num Nums (aka The Food)

I have eaten Charcuterie for many many years. As a child I was fed Salami and Corned Beef like many a Jewish Child. As I grew older I have been lucky enough to try many many types of meats in many forms and by many different cultures. I am by no means the King of Meat, but I would like to consider myself knowledgeable on the subject.

The Hoof is producing and serving some of the BEST Charcuterie that can be found in Toronto. There use of ingredients that many people consider "throw away", are prepared skillfully and with artistic regard. The flavor profiles that they put together can sometimes be viewed as crazy, but on the palate work beautifully.
I would stongly suggest the PB and J Fois Gras, Tongue on Brioche, and the very well put together platters of Charcuterie. I have heard people announce that they would leave there spouse for more of the Pork Belly Pastrami. For those of you willing to step further into the land of meat, the fantastic Raw Horse with Hot Sauce was delightful. While my foodie in crime was put off a bit by the texture, I loved the way the raw egg mixed with the meat, forming the wonderful sandwich that I would love to try again and again.

I would strongly suggest that anyone and everyone interested in this style of food give the Hoof a try. This is a Toronto Gem and worth the trip!

Shawn / November 4, 2009 at 05:38 pm
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Sorry, but The Red Violin on Danforth is a mcuh better restaurant in my opinion especially for the carnivores although they have a nice salad bar too. Best Mojito's in town and a nice dessert that comes with the meal, oh I forgot it is all you can eat and except for the salad bar they come to your table. It is modeled after the Brasilian barbecue house concept.
zizi / November 8, 2009 at 09:52 am
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Another crappy restaurant that the Toronto-West-end deserves! One day Toronto will get serviced by REAL restaurants and not some overpriced Mickey Mouse wanna be places. I mean come on people people!!!! My blind ferret can put together a better 'charcuterie' from the fridge..
J / November 8, 2009 at 11:55 am
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Visited last night and agree with the over-priced wannabe description. Pizza Libretto has better sausage on their pizza than what you'll get 3 slices of here for a pretty penny. Build your own charcuterie at home with stuff bought from markets or european butchers.
K / November 24, 2009 at 02:10 pm
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how much is the charchuterie here? it says 14/23
youpaynow / December 10, 2009 at 10:29 pm
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im sure its only a matter of time before this lame attempt closes. just like the last buisness venture. anyone remember cobalt? the place with horrible service and over the top cliche drinks? the service is ok, but obviously trepedacious, the owner is a total witch, openly belittling her staff. she (jenn agg) should try something else.
marty replying to a comment from J / December 12, 2009 at 12:30 am
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ya this place totally blows and i agree, the owner the worst kind of person with the worst kind of additude. total turn off.
the kid / January 3, 2010 at 06:23 pm
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Good food for people who know food- not for people who think they know food. Great idea and great execution. Always something new, and as classic as it gets. Being french trained myself, this place is one of my favs- for those who find it a little too much - save the tables for the real guests, i think there's a jack astors a couple of miles away for you guys.
B / January 12, 2010 at 11:01 am
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Up in the air. From the opinions I read here, it seems like people hate the place. However this is also one of my friends favorite restaurants. His a big foodie, my go to guy for restaurants. So I am totally up in the air about checking this place out. So this is my question for you guys where would for good charcuterie? And please don't say grocery store cause I wouldn't know what to get.(I don't know enough to know whats good.)Unless I go to Iggenhiem farm.
Adam / February 11, 2010 at 07:38 pm
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I have yet to go, but from the reviews I would have to agree with "the kid"... This seems like a haunt for us real foodies who can appreciate properly prepared and cured offal.

I shall be going in the near future and will then add my 2 cents for what its worth...
Michael / February 13, 2010 at 07:03 pm
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If they don't offer Rillettes, they are simply NOT a charcuterie. Plain and simple.
SJ replying to a comment from Paul / February 16, 2010 at 09:04 am
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That is not the hostess but the psychotic partner JENN AGG. It is due to her treatment and attitude towards customers that is taking away from the talent that is in the kitchen and will ultimately be the undoing of the restaurant.
Kav / February 28, 2010 at 09:33 am
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Amazing food! had a great time.

The spreads with the cheese plater are incredible
Crystal / August 14, 2010 at 12:38 pm
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Hello fellow diners!

Last night some friends and I dined at The Black Hoof. When we walked in I definately got the whole "trendy" Toronto restaurant vibe. It is very cozy and simply decorated. We sat down and order some drinks. I tried a vodka jasmine thyme drink first which was great. My friend ordered a violet gin sour which was delightful so I started ordering those after my first drink ;)

A few friends order these famous assorted smoked meats that come with olives, pickles and bread as a starter. I tried some and it was delish. I ordered a pasta meal with an almost creamed salami. It was very flavourful and salty. I loved it. For dessert I had a vanilla cake with homemade peach sorbet. It was a beautiful end to a beautiful meal.

Here are a couple things to note. There are no tangible menues, everything is written on a black board, which was fine for me but not my near sighted friend. No biggie though. Be prepared to wait for your food. Again, not a problem for me because I rather enjoy taking my time with friends while enjoying a meal. But my starving friend was growing cranky and impatient. Portion sizes are not huge which is pretty normal when fine dining. Our server, although very informed of the menu, was busy and didn't attend to us the way I would have liked, but that's what you get when you go to a trendy restaurant on a Friday night.

Over all ... I give The Black Hoof a 9 out of 10.
A / December 8, 2010 at 02:21 am
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The Black Hoof is hands down my favourite resto in Toronto. Its incredibly unique and especially unpretentious for fine dining. It's the main reason charcuterie is so popular in Toronto now.

Yeah, you're going to wait 45 mins, but so what go have a drink across the street and relax if you're in a rush go eat fast food. You'd wait over an hour at Terroni and that's just ridiculous to wait for regular pasta. Black hoof is meat art.

As for the service, I've only ever had excellent service. Staff always knew their stuff, busboys cleaned our table in between every plate and the owner Jen has always been great (the first time I was there she was my server and didn't even know she was the owner).

highly recommended for food lovers. If you want a steak go to the keg. If you want to eat something not on any menu elsewhere eat the hoof.

always get the charcuterie, the bone marrow and anything with sweetbreads. (drool).
FlabRider replying to a comment from Joe / January 20, 2011 at 04:02 pm
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No you dont.
ncd / February 21, 2011 at 10:22 pm
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Not great and way over priced. If you plan on going then be aware that all of the food here are appetizers yet priced as if they are mains. Sure they serve exotic cuts of meat but thats hardly worth the price. Be aware also that the cuts severed are pretty cheap to buy. Its not as if your getting prime rib or another amazing cut however they charge like you are.

Our server actually told us we might still be hungry after ordering $70 worth of food.

I got the surf turf and surf. Tiny thin little cuts of beef heart and fish that was gritty and cold.

My fiance got the pig face taco and that was great however again minuscule.

We both got the charcuterie plate which was alright but nothing really phenomenal.

Its a shame. By the way the cafe version of this place we tried right before going to the hoof and that was probably the worst service I've had in quite a while.
J / February 21, 2011 at 11:26 pm
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Could not agree more with ncd. The first and last time a group of us tried it we were starving afterwards, thank goodness Libretto was nearby and open. Why people say they like this place so much is beyond me.
ncd / February 23, 2011 at 11:32 am
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Thats the first place I wish I had gone after eating at the Hoof. Pizzeria Libretto is amazing. I'm never disappointed. The decor is relaxed, the food is great and yeah its not cheap but the portions are reasonable so I think its fair. Not to mention I never leave hungry after paying a similar amount to what I had at the Hoof.

Happy its near by.
Tanner / February 25, 2011 at 05:30 am
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Comparing pizza to charcuterie is absolutely absurd. Charcuterie is amazing delicacy that obviously some people here just don't understand. Don't get me wrong I love libretto as much as the pretentious pizza lover but they're not even in the same ballpark. Spending $70 for dinner for two is not a lot of money for a "fine" meal, the Hoof is definitely not cheap but for special occasions (that fall on weeknights, yes the wait is a bit much otherwise) it can't be beat in my opinion. Go early or late on a wednesday, bring lots of cash, sit back relax and enjoy eating countless things you never knew could taste so good (or were even edible for that matter).

Also Joe, please advise me where I can get tounge, horse, and heart. Im being serious, I love the hoof but obviously its not an everyday place, if I can bring even a b-rate version of it into my everyday life I'm all ears...
ncd / March 3, 2011 at 06:48 pm
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Tanner. Tongue not tounge can be found as well as Heart and even pig intestine as well as tripe at quite a few Chinese places through out the city. I'd also give duck tongue a try, its pretty amazing.

My argument is not formed as a comparison. I'm simply stating that it might have been a better choice and its never put a foot wrong.

As for " bring lots of cash, sit back relax and enjoy eating countless things you never knew could taste so good" Why bother. Its hardly worth the bother. My food was not great by any means (gritty and cold scallops among other dissapointments) and there are much better Charcuteries to eat at.
ncd / March 3, 2011 at 06:51 pm
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disappointment* (i was rushed before)
anonymous / March 11, 2011 at 06:08 am
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I am outraged by the fact that this restaurant serves horse meat. This is absolutely sickening that a restaurant in Toronto is serving (in my opinion) one of the most beautiful and loyal creatures of the world as a main course.

Let this be known...Horse meat is not regulated. The horses that go to slaughter and end up on "your" dinner plate are peoples once loved pets, race horses and riding horses. They are refered to the "unwanted" horses of the world, and are not bred and/or raised for people to eat. Check out the list of drugs that are legal to administer to racehorses....that should be enough to make you sick.

An additional note to add..these animals are not being slaughtered humanely. Don't believe me?....check out: http://www.defendhorsescanada.org/Articles.html

Feel sick yet?


The drugs that are administered to these animal are not regulated, and are not by any means fit for human consumption.

This all happens in your "backyard"..slaughter plants are located in Alberta and Quebec.

Please, I ask if a manager and/or cook of this restaurant reads this posting that they remove this item from the menu immediately, not for the fact that horses are intelligent, brave and loyal creatures, but also for the safety of their customers.

Thank you.
anonymous / March 11, 2011 at 06:09 am
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I am outraged by the fact that this restaurant serves horse meat. This is absolutely sickening that a restaurant in Toronto is serving (in my opinion) one of the most beautiful and loyal creatures of the world as a main course.

Let this be known...Horse meat is not regulated. The horses that go to slaughter and end up on "your" dinner plate are peoples once loved pets, race horses and riding horses. They are refered to the "unwanted" horses of the world, and are not bred and/or raised for people to eat. Check out the list of drugs that are legal to administer to racehorses....that should be enough to make you sick.

An additional note to add..these animals are not being slaughtered humanely. Don't believe me?....check out: http://www.defendhorsescanada.org/Articles.html

Feel sick yet?


The drugs that are administered to these animal are not regulated, and are not by any means fit for human consumption.

This all happens in your "backyard"..slaughter plants are located in Alberta and Quebec.

Please, I ask if a manager and/or cook of this restaurant reads this posting that they remove this item from the menu immediately, not for the fact that horses are intelligent, brave and loyal creatures, but also for the safety of their customers.

Thank you.
C / March 11, 2011 at 06:11 am
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I am outraged by the fact that this restaurant serves horse meat. This is absolutely sickening that a restaurant in Toronto is serving (in my opinion) one of the most beautiful and loyal creatures of the world as a main course.

Let this be known...Horse meat is not regulated. The horses that go to slaughter and end up on "your" dinner plate are peoples once loved pets, race horses and riding horses. They are refered to the "unwanted" horses of the world, and are not bred and/or raised for people to eat. Check out the list of drugs that are legal to administer to racehorses....that should be enough to make you sick.

An additional note to add..these animals are not being slaughtered humanely. Don't believe me?....check out: http://www.defendhorsescanada.org/Articles.html

Feel sick yet?


The drugs that are administered to these animal are not regulated, and are not by any means fit for human consumption.

This all happens in your "backyard"..slaughter plants are located in Alberta and Quebec.

Please, I ask if a manager and/or cook of this restaurant reads this posting that they remove this item from the menu immediately, not for the fact that horses are intelligent, brave and loyal creatures, but also for the safety of their customers.

Thank you.
Jordan replying to a comment from anonymous / May 6, 2011 at 01:42 pm
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You are crazy. Horse meat tastes so good and is on of my top 5 meats! Grow up and get some cluture.
delta replying to a comment from Joe / August 25, 2011 at 09:50 am
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you have horse tar tar, pickled pancreas, marinated slow-cooked beef tongue, and blood cake in your fridge right now?

sure you do.
delta replying to a comment from anonymous / August 25, 2011 at 09:57 am
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The horse tar tar is delicious. They removed it from the menu because of people crying about it so much. "regulated", that's absolutly hilarious. beef, chicken and pork are the most drug ridden, inhumane, laboratory concoctions ever. I would rather eat somebody's pet than what gets lablled as "free run" or "grain fed" at the grocery store. There are no regulated definitions to these terms btw.
sarah / September 29, 2011 at 05:36 am
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u ppl r such disgusting motherf*kers!! eating horsemeat and tlkin abt cultureee ????SHIITT U GUUYS R DISGUSTTTINNGGG! who the fkin hell eats horse meat...thats plain nasty...go eat ur pets at home
Hepman replying to a comment from sarah / September 29, 2011 at 12:18 pm
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Sarah, toddle on back to MCd's before the grease on your fries gets cold. You are beyond any form of understanding of anything even remotely gourmet. Excuse me while I munch on my smoked eel sandwiches.
icerterminia / December 28, 2011 at 08:15 am
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get cheap for promotion code , for special offer
buttplug / July 31, 2012 at 08:25 pm
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Canadians, you are hilarious! Eat more beer, EAH.
GranVizeer replying to a comment from buttplug / August 1, 2012 at 11:30 am
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They say you are what you eat, so your name fits, buttplug, and stay right the hell there, wherever you are from.
Country Joe replying to a comment from Paul / April 11, 2013 at 02:24 am
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Hey...the snotty hostess girl who the customer pays her salary is actually the owner.And I don't think with her 3 restaurants that she needs you to pay her salary.
Country Joe replying to a comment from youpaynow / April 11, 2013 at 02:26 am
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Wow guess you were wrong.
http://Tinyurl.com/wordhumm47453 / April 14, 2013 at 06:47 am
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“Black Hoof” was indeed a good post. If perhaps it had
much more pictures this would be perhaps even better.
Thanks ,Rolland
tony fritter / September 21, 2013 at 10:43 am
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too many bad reviews of uncomfortable experiences and bad service.

mmmm, no thanks.

next!
John / October 18, 2013 at 08:00 pm
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Being out raged that this place serves horse meat seems silly, since all of our cloths are made by slaves.

I'm going to try it for my birthday. Has the service improved since 2009?
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