We saw the reviews on trip advisor and wanted to try it out so met some friends there we all were happy with the food and wanted to order more and more. The price is good. We will return when next in the area.
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As Chef Nathan says, "it's a trust experiment..." You trust the Chef and the Chef trusts you. Every dish and drink pairing was perfect. We really enjoyed this food adventure.
The owner of this restaurant is The Batman of cooking as far as I'm concerned. Who is he? What's going on? Where am I? Chef Nathan... what a guy. Like a shy barnacled chill farmer sea captain. We went for my birthday dinner and I...More
It was kismet that this dining experience would be sublime! With no dinner reservations on a Saturday night with good friends and scanning reviews desperately it looked like take - out when Nathan called from Atlantic asking if we still wanted to come for dinner....More
Absolutely unique dining experience. I guess the restaurant got a boost of popularity after being featured on the popular show 'million dollar review'. I booked it and I wasn't disappointed. Atmosphere is romantic, a bit dark though, but it works. Food was great, I asked...More
After seeing a show called the Million Dollar Critic and his review of the Atlantic Restaurant here in Toronto - we thought we would try this eclectic place out. Nathan the chef is this unassuming sweet gentle soul that obviously loves to cook for people....More
Amazing, original and creative food. Friendly, humble host. I felt like we were guests in chef Nathan's home. It's an interesting concept. No menu, no set hours per se, no price list.... wait, what? My friend and I were greeted warmly upon arrival with an...More
My boyfriend and I went to The Atlantic for my birthday and had the most amazing meal. Chef Nathan made us the most delicious unique food and drinks made with local, ethically sourced ingredients. He does not have a menu or a price list -...More
Guaranteed to be unlike any experience you have ever had at a restaurant, the most liberating aspect of The Atlantic was the lack of any distractions other than the food itself (with the occasional beverage pairing). No front of the house looking over your shoulders,...More