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620 Church St Toronto, ON M4Y 1N3
620 Church StreetCAOntarioTorontoM4Y 1N3
+1 416-922-6647onoir.com
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Blind staff serves French-Italian fare in total darkness & surprise dishes test patrons' taste buds.- Google
"The blind waiter was great - caring and efficient."
"A truly unique dining experience."
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Tyler Oberding
2 weeks ago
DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY! The food absolutely sucks. My veggies were ice cold when I received them, and all the food tasted like a TV dinner. I know this is not really important, but it bothered me, because the meal costed about $100 for two people; the tables were cheap folds outs from Walmart and the chairs were also cheap. Considering the price this place is not worth it. If the meal costed $20 per person i would give it 2 stars. In my opinion order or make your favourite dishes and enjoy in the dark, in the comfort of your own home. Also my date thought this place was terrible and overpriced as well... not even worth the experience. The only positive thing was that the servers were good.
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Raymond Mattila
2 months ago
Excellent experience! I've been to the location in Montreal twice and this location is just as great if not a little better location wise. Food is good although the sauce on my calamari tasted like craft Italian dressing of which I am not a fan. Will definitely come again.
Omar Moharrem
6 months ago
very bad service. Waiter yelled at my gf, when she tried to put her glowing watch in her purse, she got a text and a lit up. Waiter kept yelling at her and she got upset and asked to go the bathroom. I went out with her and on the way back. I told the waiter he made her upset and he said "she deserved and if she does it again I will yell at her" Lights can go off but service can't. Manager tried to defend the waiter but in the end we did get an apology but from the waiter. Worse service and very creepy place. should also not lie to people and tell waiters and waitresses are blind. I dont know how that disrespectful waiter saw my gf's glowing watch. It sucks its not worth spending your money at.
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Sara Moreira
8 months ago
Loved this restaurant. Yes it was slightly loud but we didn't mind at all and just accepted it as its natural to speak louder when in a room that is completely dark. We loved our server Gavin, he was very attentive, professional and friendly. The food was pretty good and cooked just right. All in all it was a great dining experience! If you are not completely open to the experience of eating in complete darkness ( and yes sometimes having to use your hands) I would suggest dining elsewhere. A few of the bad reviews had complaints of the food being over/under cooked and cold which is an acceptable thing to complain about however the individuals complaining about the noise and it being "too dark" shouldn't have even dined there in the first place. This is a unique and different dining experience that I would recommend and high maintenance attitudes should be left at home.
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Maria c
4 months ago
I had an amazing time! The food was well cooked and tasty. Servers were kind and patient. If you're going to this restaurant you have to keep in mind that it is an experience to try something different and fun. When going to the washroom I over heard someone complaining about the "presentation" of the food, yet you cannot see anything while you're eating, so does it really matter?... This is not the restaurant for close-minded individuals it is supposed to be fun so you're going to have to set outside of your "comfort bubble".
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AC Guevara
7 months ago
I thought the food was really tasty, the shrimp was the BEST, soon good. the side which was potatoe wasn't great, the service was excellent, so the lady deserved every penny from the 15% she got. Also had pulp and it was also good. The chicken wasn't great but my wife liked it a lot. It was an interesting experience , from the sitting down to eating. The place looked clean and the service was good. The only problem is that they should leave the door open or someone in the entrance of the restaurant , because it always looks like its closed. I would maybe go again for sure. Price is ok for the service and food quality, its not a extremely fancy place so you don't need a suit to get in or anything like that.
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Grant Easton
7 months ago
The food is fairly good but they do not make the most of the setting. There should be more focus on flavours and smells on the surprise menu. I can think of loads of dishes I have had at normal restaurants that would have been incredible as a surprise in the dark. However overall we had a fantastic time as a group of 9 eating there. Our waiter Dave was an absolute star and totally made the night for us... Great experience but I wouldn't rush back as the food didn't impress enough.
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Dan Ribbens
8 months ago
The restaurant has been well thought out and they were able to deliver fabulously the designed experience for us. The food itself did not disappoint, portions, flavor, temperature, it was all very good. The music, which we found out later was a selection from staff, just happened to be my friend and I's taste of music, but even still set a good atmosphere for the evening. My only complaints are that people really don't seem to know how loud is appropriate to be in this dining experience. As the first and last table sat in our room, we found that newcomers were exceptionally loud in conversation. I guess some people moderate their speaking volume from visual cues of how to be audible to your target, yet not too loud for your peers to hear you. Fantastic experience, I really would recommend you try it at some point for the dining experience as well as the cultural awareness training.
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