Le Sélect Bistro

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Details
432 Wellington St W (at Spadina Ave)
Toronto, ON M5V 1E3
(416) 596-6405
French, Wine Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Wed: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Thu–Fri: 11:30 AM–11:30 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–Midnight Sun: 10:30 AM–10:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Le Slect is nestled away on Wellington where patrons can easily pretend theyve been transported to the bistros of gay Paris. Its more upscale than before, but it still delivers. [Eater 38 Member]
  • If you come here and don't have the Croque Madame for brunch, you did not come here.
  • Late night prix fixe: steak frites and starter or dessert for 20 bucks - can't beat that! And pretend you're Jean Seberg and read the IHT at the gorgeous zinc bar (gamine haircut not included).
  • STEAK FRITESSSSSS!!! (The Lamb burger is yum too!) Make sure to check out their extensive bottled beer menu too!
  • Sunday brunch at the bar: New York Times, coffee and a mimosa or bloody caesar, everything on the menu is delicious
  • Wow. The pancakes here is something unbelievable. Great brunch place.
  • Good place for brunch.
  • Tip: don't leave this restaurant without trying their divine crme brule a la B52.
  • Beef cheeks! It's delicious and unique, tender and rich. Can't wait to go back.
  • Brunch spot which is more stylish and beautiful than you would expect
  • Poulet grille is sooo good
  • There's complimentary wi-fi!
  • Trust the Chef with your life. Enjoy the Bison Tartare
  • steak frites and a glass of bordeaux Perfect
  • For lunch: have the French Onion Soup. For dinner: the steak au poivre avec frites
  • Excellent place! Make sure that you ask about parking as there are free spots at the back.
  • Great terasse + great steak tartare for brunch
  • The whitefish terrine was amazing, the beef cheek was okay, but the chicken supreme was dry to a point we couldn't swallow. Salmon was a big portion but taste wise wasn't very good.
  • Great place to share dishes. Salmon tartare, mussels and cheese board were great. A great, reliable bistro
  • We tried steak and the duck confit but both were too salty. Very French atmosphere.