Auberge du Pommier, Toronto
While the culinary journey began back in 1987, Auberge du Pommier later grew to become the crown jewel of the partnership between Peter Oliver and Michael Bonacini. A long 30 years later, it has a reputation to be reckoned with. Constructed around two 1860’s woodcutters’ cottages, this exquisite French restaurant offers an interpretation of modern French cuisine. While paired with excellent service and an extensive, 500 label wine selection, Auberge is at the forefront of Toronto’s fine dining scene. As Toronto Life says, “The talented kitchen brigade riffs on haute French cuisine with impeccable Canadian ingredients and is capable of creating eyes-to-the-sky moments of dining bliss.”
Auberge’a Chef de Cuisine Malcolm Campbell left his home town of Newmarket, Ontario to head to B.C. His path wound its way around the globe to the UK where he worked in the well-starred kitchens of the Ritz London and with Gordon Ramsay. Among many other top flight experiences, he helped The Bingham London earn its first Michelin star. Now he’s home, credentials in hand, to head up the team at Oliver and Bonacini’s flagship restaurant “showcasing his classical cooking style with a distinctly modern flare.”
Auberge du Pommier is one of about 250 restaurants that celebrate Food Day across Canada. Contact them at the number below to reserve a table.
Auberge du Pommier est l’un des 250 restaurants à travers tout le Canada qui participent au Journée des terroirs . Contactez Auberge du Pommier directement, au numéro ci-dessous, afin de faire votre réservation pour Journée des terroirs.
Auberge du Pommier
4150 Yonge Street, Yonge Corporate Centre
Toronto, ON M2P 2E7
T: 416 222 2220