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7 Numbers - 307 Danforth Avenue Reviews - Toronto

4.5/5
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2 reviews
Ranked #35 out of 45 in Italian (Toronto, Ontario)

    Address: 307 Danforth Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario
    Phone: 416.469.5183

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    November 22, 2007

    Ah~ The infamous 7 numbers. I had heard so many mixed things about this place that I wasn't sure what to expect. From the decor to its staff and the cooking, the toronto crowd seems to have split in opposite directions. It seems like either you love it or hate it.

    The best way I can describe the restaurant is that it feels like the Italian mama is cooking for her children while your cousins are serving you. It is home cooking at its best, not pretentious, nor elaborate, but simple, warm, and hearty. The food is good, the mood is fun, but it can get loud later at night as they blast the music.

    It is a mixed crowd ranging from couples to groups of friends, from young to mature. I would actually recommend that you go with a group of friends for your first time. They have a set menu for $27 per person for groups of 5 or more, which includes assorted selection of anti pasti and primi to be shared family style, with your choice of secondi. This will allow you to taste most of the things on their menu. I had the 'lamb shank' as my secondi which I looooved.

    For those who have seen the movie 'My Best Friend's Wedding', the perfect description that pops into my head is the battle of the creme bulee and Jell-O. Sometimes you just crave for the simpler things that will give you more comfort.

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    November 22, 2007

    Ah~ The infamous 7 numbers. I had heard so many mixed things about this place that I wasn't sure what to expect. From the decor to its staff and the cooking, the toronto crowd seems to have split in opposite directions. It seems like either you love it or hate it.

    The best way I can describe the restaurant is that it feels like the Italian mama is cooking for her children while your cousins are serving you. It is home cooking at its best, not pretentious, nor elaborate, but simple, warm, and hearty. The food is good, the mood is fun, but it can get loud later at night as they blast the music.

    It is a mixed crowd ranging from couples to groups of friends, from young to mature. I would actually recommend that you go with a group of friends for your first time. They have a set menu for $27 per person for groups of 5 or more, which includes assorted selection of anti pasti and primi to be shared family style, with your choice of secondi. This will allow you to taste most of the things on their menu. I had the 'lamb shank' as my secondi which I looooved.

    For those who have seen the movie 'My Best Friend's Wedding', the perfect description that pops into my head is the battle of the creme bulee and Jell-O. Sometimes you just crave for the simpler things that will give you more comfort.

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