Olde Towne Oyster Bar (use to be LUCIEN)

Downtown Toronto

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Customer Reviews

671 Ratings

Great service and delicious food, thank you!
Terry-Ann W. · October 28, 2012
This was our second meal at Lucien and the food was exceptional, only to be matched by the service. We'll definitely be back! Thank you for a lovely evening.
Martin F. · October 24, 2012
Was very grateful to Saturday night's staff for allowing a conversation to continue through attentive but not interuptive service.
Sumitra R. · October 22, 2012

What You'll Get


Many Canadian bistros differentiate themselves from their European counterparts by serving region-specific dishes and replacing waiters with Alanis Morissette. Enjoy artisan cuisine sans irony with this Groupon.

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  • $30 for $60 worth of dinner cuisine
  • $59 for $120 worth of dinner cuisine for four or more

    The menu features dishes crafted from locally sourced ingredients, delighting diners with entrees such as slow-cooked berkshire pork ($28) and pan-seared northern coho salmon ($29). Appetizers include red-deer tartare ($17) and albacore-tuna crudo ($17).

Lucien

On a nondescript St. Lawrence Market District street corner, one of the area's top fine dining establishments hides inside an unassuming brick building. Lucien's almost industrial-looking facade is a stark juxtaposition to an interior where chandeliers and velvety red curtains contribute to a refined yet welcoming space. Customers dine flanked by an elegant marble-topped bar and a sectioned wall behind which the kitchen staff can be spied conjuring up the restaurant's acclaimed dishes, all made form locally sourced ingredients.

Experienced restaurateur Simon Bower crafted the eatery's attitude, decor, and classic menu, which stars such gems as red deer tartare and foie gras torchon. Thanks to Simon's vision, Lucien's genial milieu exudes the elegance of fine dining in an unstuffy, cozy setting. The establishment has won numerous awards for its overall quality, being praised as "the city's best new restaurant" by Toronto Life magazine and placed among enRoute magazine's top 10 restaurants in Canada.be capped off with an artisanal cheese plate ($16) or tiramisu ($11).

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Oct 24, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner. Not valid for Summerlicious or Winterlicious. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Lucien


On a nondescript St. Lawrence Market District street corner, one of the area's top fine dining establishments hides inside a historic brick building. Lucien's almost industrial-looking facade is a stark juxtaposition to an interior where chandeliers and velvety red curtains contribute to a refined yet welcoming space. Customers dine flanked by an elegant marble-topped bar and a sectioned wall behind which the kitchen staff can be spied conjuring up the restaurant's acclaimed dishes, all made form locally sourced ingredients.

Experienced restaurateur Simon Bower crafted the eatery's attitude and decor while chef Etienne Lemieux created the menu, which stars such gems such as grilled bincho octopus and red deer bresola. Lucien's genial milieu exudes the elegance of fine dining in an unstuffy, cozy setting. The establishment has won numerous awards for its overall quality, being praised as "the city's best new restaurant" by Toronto Life magazine and placed among enRoute magazine's top 10 restaurants in Canada. Meals can be capped off with an artisanal cheese plate ($17) or sake cherries jubilee ($12).

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