The restaurant's modern decor from it's gorgeous antler inspired chandeliers with sparking Swarovski crystals dripping from them and a large communal table in the central area to smaller nooks where original paintings from Bohmer's late father hang as a tribute and a private dining area off to the back are things of pure beauty.
scallop dish and they were fresh and perfectly cooked. However the greens they were served on- they were 'flash fried' and thus very tough and underdone. The pickeral was roasted to a good degree of tenderness and the steak frites was cooked to order.
We also had room to try some desserts. The stand out was the spicy chocolate pot au creme. It had some punch as there were chilis in the chocolate. We also had a great tarte au citron which looked like a medium sized lemon meringue pie.
The cons- the music is way too loud and you felt like you were shouting at your friends from across the table. Directions and recommendations from the servers got lost as we couldn't hear them. You end up smiling and laughing at things that you don't catch as jokes. Also the appetizers are 10% overpriced but aside from that - love is in the air for me again.
- Bohmers- 93 Ossington - North of Humber Street
- Mon-Thu 5 p.m. - 12 a.m.Fri-Sat 5 p.m. - 1 a.m.416-531-3800