If humankind never learned to play with its food, it would never have learned to play with its ingredients, and the world would be one bereft bowl of gruel. Celebrate advances in eats with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of fine wines, foie gras, and more at Trevor Kitchen and Bar, located downtown on Wellington Street East. This Groupon is not valid in conjunction with restaurant promotions such as “after work” specials, Summerlicious, and Winterlicious. It is valid for dine-in only.
Trevor Kitchen and Bar uses fresh ingredients and passionate cooking to forge a dinner menu of sophisticated and seasonal comfort food. Corral buckwild appetites with an appetizer such as the bacon and tomato salad ($14) or the ricotta gnocchi ($15) with smoked trout. Foie gras fanatics will rejoice at the roster of fattened livers on tap at Trevor, including seared foie gras with blueberry-muffin top and clotted cream ($19), macaroni and asiago cheese with seared foie gras ($21), and a truffled goat-cheese poutine with seared foie gras ($23). Guests can add seared foie gras ($15) to any entree as well. Entrees include a lobster and prawn spaghettini in cognac and chive sauce ($25) and roast chicken with confit leg and Riesling jus ($26). A lounge menu is also available for foodies who have been advised by doctors that they can only enjoy eats in close proximity to wine, cocktails, and beer.
In addition to rocking the tongues and taste buds of Toronto foodies, Trevor Kitchen and Bar doubles as a gallery space for up-and-coming artists. Patrons can pass judgment on paintings and photographs while they await entrees or simply revel in the romantic ambience of the restaurant's dining rooms. Invite a secret crush to divulge a crushing secret while you enjoy the intimate eats of Trevor Kitchen and Bar.
- It's a smart, arty menu. [Executive chef Trevor] Wilkinson pairs flavours that are generally crowd-approved, then throws in appealingly esoteric little flourishes. – Kathryn Borel, Eye Weekly
- …Trevor is, at its heart, a fine-tuned eatery with little more on its mind than serving up a delicious mini Kobe burger. Wilkinson aptly describes his restaurant as an "anti-elitist, fine dining establishment". The atmosphere is hip and the food upscale. Most importantly, the focus remains on the relationship between diner and meal. – Jessica Lubell, Martini Boys
- Desserts play with your mind and tongue, too. – Gayot