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3-of us dined at Hy's on Dec.09 for a friend's Birthday. To be completely honest we were hoping to dine at either Jacob or Barberians, but had to "settle" for Hy's as we waited too long to get a reso. Neither of us had dined at Hy's before but all were nothing but impressed. décor is as expected in a Steakhouse (and as it should be)... steakhouse's are classic establishment and shouldn't be tamper with, at least in my opinion. Service, was nothing short of outstanding, if not some of the best I've experienced in the city. Our servers Sylvia and gentleman (sorry forgot his name , goatee with no hair) were pleasant, insightful, gracious and honest!! they guided us through the menu with truthfulness, which is a lost art in Toronto. our food consisted of Oysters, which were fresh and shucked correctly. table side Caesar, which was also fresh and excellent... lightly dressed in the savory house made dressing. 2-Rib steaks and the Fillet Neptune. Our steaks were all cooked perfect and decent flavor for wet-aged beef. potato with all the fixing were accompanied. all in all a very good meal. again what really stood out, was the impeccable service we experienced that evening. our water and wine glasses were never empty, we were never rushed, coarse spacing was perfect, napkins folded each time leaving... etc I must say they went out of their way to insure the night was special... even a few libation on the house. delightful experience. is the food the same quality as Jacob ? no, but Hy's is something all on its own. they serve Canadian Only beef (like it or hate it..) with classic steakhouse fare, all done well. I highly recommend next time thinking of steak, give Hy's a try rather then the usual haunts. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The food was absolutely phenomenal. The chefs came out and personally introduced each dish to us which was such a lovely experience. The wine pairings were perfect. You could feel the passion when sommelier discribed each wine. The layout of the restaurant was beautiful and the ambiance was on point. I’d highly recommend it to anyone looking for a quality dining experience. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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