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Posted by Staff / Listed on May 17, 2009 / review policy

Mistura Restaurant TorontoMistura is one of the Toronto's most popular Italian restaurants, helmed by Massimo Capra, one of the city's most loved chefs.

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Chris / February 23, 2011 at 06:47 am
looking forward to visiting there soon!!! love watching Massimo on Restaurant Makeover!!!
Chris / February 23, 2011 at 10:05 am
Love watching Massimo on Restaurant Makeover!! Hope to get to his restaurant in Niagara Falls and Toronto soon!!
Stephen / March 17, 2012 at 10:34 am
An amazing Italian restaurant, with delicious food, an extensive wine list and an intimate atmosphere. Chef Massimo uses only the finest ingredients for his food and it shows!
karlmorrow / July 4, 2012 at 06:36 pm
sure, nice spot, decor and everything, but just do not go or pass by the kitchen, where you will see your "maestro" food handling a bit of a surprise, nasty one for sure, cooks that cook with bare hands, sweat and saliva dripping down your precious,and costly dinners, sorry but this is the reality of eating out, you are at the mercy of restaurateurs that all they care is how much is in the tally, Mistura and his founder Massimo Capra and is bycicle moustaches, is just another "pretty face" on the block, to allure your purse......see for your self, $85,oo a person, gratuities extra, of course...........but of course, you, are the judge. Karl Morrow
mauro / July 4, 2012 at 06:44 pm
grandioso. Karl Morrow you are the best critic in town, please go to see Terroni on QueenW, and just let us enjoy your opinion...............Ciao
Andrew Taylor replying to a comment from karlmorrow / September 26, 2012 at 08:58 pm
Karl Morrow. You are a troll, I claim my $5.00. Saliva in food, you have to joking! Which competitor restaurant do you work for?
Iliana / March 6, 2013 at 10:42 am
Inside we felt like we are part of a magic show - mirrors, long white table cloths, high contrast spot lights, interesting glass structures with candles dancing as the air moved

The main dishes were not nearly as impressive as the desserts. Their Panna Cotta reminded me of my grandmother's desserts and that moist caramel Wanut Cake was the perfect balance between sweet and salty..

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A Silva / September 19, 2014 at 09:39 pm
Karimorrow: what do you want a chef to cook with? A professional kitchen staff washes their hands when they go to handle food. When they go out to collect something from another area, like a freezer and they go back to prepare food,they wash their hands again. The only situation that warrants gloves being used is when handling poultry or such.
A Silva / September 19, 2014 at 09:40 pm
Yes, desserts amazing!

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