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Jackie R.
Report | 3 days ago
Le Petit France is one of our favorite restaurants, the service is great, the food is delicious and it's very comfortable. We are guaranteed a good meal.
Lynda H.
Report | a month ago
The food and service was excellent Wonderful staff with superb food I would highly recommend
don h.
Report | a month ago
excellent menu
Mona M.
Report | 2 months ago
Menu had variety; prices were good. Service could have been more welcoming.
Jason M.
Report | 2 months ago
Great food, great service!
Helen W.
Report | 2 months ago
It's a small piece of Paris in the GTA.
Chris L.
Report | 2 months ago
Friendly local bistro. Good food with nice portions. An enjoyable evening.

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Instructors Junyan Boon and Danielle Nash get bodies moving during salsa and fast-paced Brazilian zouk lessons that encourage students to make new friends and build confidence. They also tone bodies with Zumba classes, which cause muscles to dance in synchronization with international beats in a party-like atmosphere.

As the sun sets and the lights dim, the studio transforms into a hopping social scene where live blues music fills the air with a soulful beat and feet sweep across the dance floor. Though the Brazilian zouk parties held these nights may seem intimidating at first, with scores of skillful dancers gyrating perfectly to the beat, it soon becomes apparent that the more experienced dancers love teaching newcomers basic moves so they can quickly join the fun.

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