This also completes my day-by-day description of what I ate during the campaign.
Because today is a special day, with nothing much more for me to do to influence the outcome, I decided to go for a special treat. And luckily, we were staying at the Sutton Place, an old-style hotel which I find quite charming. But the real luck is that it is in front of my favourite french bistro in Toronto, the Bistro 990.
So that is where I went for lunch and I went solo, to finally escape from the media horde, the politicos and other campaign-related people.
The service is always very good (although despite having a menu in french, the staff doesn’t always know a lot of Moliere’s language), and the food is fantastic. Apparently, it is a good spot for celebrity sightings, but I never actually noticed anyone famous while I was there. A good thing.
The 990′s menu is quite diversified – typical bistro fare, although upscale. No croque-monsieur here. You can find foie gras, a few fishies, some pasta and salads, and of course, the meat specialties.