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Le Papillon on the Park

Posted by Staff / Listed on January 26, 2011 / review policy

Le Papillon on the ParkLe Papillon on the Park is nestled in a gorgeous old restored brick house between Leslieville and the Beaches on the new Jonathan Ashbridge Park. The owners have been in the business for almost 37 years and it shows.

Photo from Le Papillon on the Park web site.



Arbe Jarret / March 1, 2012 at 05:32 pm
I've enjoyed the food and service at Papillon a few times and every time I come away thinking I am being "ripped" on the wine. They price their wine at 400%-500% of cost and pure and simple that is arrogant and gouging. I won't be back.
jb / February 5, 2013 at 09:19 pm
Their crepes are fine, if you like them dry and cold
Gayle / December 15, 2013 at 10:17 pm
Their chicken crepe is incredible!- chicken, spinach, carmelized onions, bechemal sauce & cheddar!! This is my 5th location with this restaurant since the mid 1970's. I do think that they need to have a cheaper wine choice though!
Sharon J. Silverman / December 18, 2013 at 07:14 am
Avoid this place! Took the in-laws for dinner to The Papillon for an early Christmas gathering. First: one of the owners, sat us down, then dissappeared for 10 minutes. We had to signal one of the staff to take our orders. Second: it took 40-50 minutes to cook our meals; either they ran out of food in the kitchen or the owners have zero restaurant experience. Third: the food presentation, quality and flavours are an embarrasement to the Toronto culinary scene; Papillon has been flying under the radar, banking on people swallowing atrocious food because of their prices and "fine dining" farce. Four: if the owners are reading this- you ALL need a lesson in culinary prep and restaurant management. Do Toronto a favour, close your restaurant and get out of town if you know what is good for you.
AY / December 18, 2013 at 10:19 am
Another reason to avoid this place: discriminatory employers ruin my appetite
Danielle, Stephane & Paul Bigue / December 30, 2013 at 10:48 pm
To our patrons, friends and loyal people who have work for the Bigue family, we are happy and sincere and merci for all the support and kindness you have shown on this time when we are facing a uphill battle with the tribunal. We are keeping very positive. Patrons, the workers who are taking us to tribunal have a different idea about how our family run business. It is sad and at same time hurtful that immigrants we try to support want to take advantage of our kindness and genirosity. We are always supporting bengladesh and we are sponsor a tiger in a sanctuary in bengladesh and next month we are visiting a factory in dhaka to give candy and chocolates to little factory workers who make tshirt. We are asking patrons, everyone in toronto support the bigue family and bengladesh and sponsor a tiger. Merci & au revoir!
Kristy Davidson / February 8, 2014 at 11:46 am
No crepe is good enough to make me go to Papillon. The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal bases its decisions on evidence and Papillon management has much to answer for. Appalling.
Gayle Franklin / March 30, 2014 at 08:46 am
Perhaps those of you who have read the Toronto Star article should hear both sides of the story! I have been a customer of Papillon since they opened in the 1970;s (bee to 5 locations now) - the owners are wonderful people. The staff that went to the tribunal had worked there for 20 years - if it is that awful of a place to work you would not stay for that long. This was a well thought out scheme and is now being appealed. I suggest that before you make comments like the ones above you hear both sides of the story! I am a regular customer - as a matter of fat we ate there last nite!!!
D / January 8, 2015 at 03:49 pm
One of the few places where you can get great Quebecois food in Toronto. The service is always friendly, and the dishes are incredible. In addition to the fantastic crepes and french toast, I recommend the pudding chomeur; it's a classic Quebecois desert that you can't find at many places in Toronto.
Gail Rose / February 19, 2015 at 01:17 pm
No positive comment would ever make me go to that place.
I read the following and lost my appetite

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