With the warm weather approaching, Le Dolci is excited to bring back the monthly Market Classes this May! Guests will experience a chef-guided tour of neighbouring Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market and source fresh, local ingredients. The Chef will teach participants how to prepare a delicious meal in Le Dolci’s culinary classroom and, to top off the evening, guests will sit down to enjoy the fruits of their labour and a few glasses of wine.
Sign up for the first Market Class of the season on May 26th and join us in selecting from local fruits and veggies, meats, cheeses and other fine foods to craft a gourmet meal from your handpicked market finds.
Our Valentine’s Day dinner was an absolute success! Chef Dave Mottershall created amazing dishes with chocolate inspirations. Needless to say, everything tasted incredible.
Check out the photos of the sweet evening below.
Due to popular demand, we’ve added another date for the Valentine’s Day Chocolate Dinner!
On Friday, February 13th and Saturday, February 14th, award winning & lovingly tattooed Chef Dave Mottershall of Loka will be hosting a 5 course meal with chocolate inspiration for each course.
Teaser: The main course is a roast duck breast with coco nibs a dark chocolate jus & smoked fingerlings. $160 per couple including wine & honey cocktails from Rosewood Winery.
Read the full menu here and call 416-262-3400 to book your Friday spot!
An evening of food, wine and conversation
This fall the AGO presents Michelangelo: Quest for Genius and will feature dozens of the artist’s exquisite drawings. As the city of Toronto prepares for Michelangelo, we take perhaps his simplest sketches and turn them into inspiration for an unforgettable feast.
We are hosting a special evening to celebrate the art and food of Michelangelo. On September 12, chefs will prepare a delicious five-course meal inspired by the 16th century drawings of Michelangelo. They take the artist’s sketched shopping list filled with Renaissance ingredients and update them into a cohesive meal of Italian classics with wines to match. Michelangelo’s list is typical of his time…and includes requests such as tortelli, fennel soup, loaves of bread, and of course “un boca di vino” (a quart of wine). We use these ingredients and a little anachronistic license for an unforgettable meal.
Guests will dine on traditional panzanella salad, homemade stuffed pasta, traditional porchetta, semifreddo and a cheese course with some of Michelangelo’s favourites. Guests are encouraged to come and eat, drink and share in their love of good food and conversation.
Date: Fri Sept 12, 2104, 7pm
Location: Le Dolci’s Culinary Studio, 1006 Dundas Street West