The dishes at Lucien were a work of art but the portions are so tiny:(
Then again guess cause it's suppose to be more of a fancier restaurant so when it's fine dining means the prices are higher and the portions are smaller.
Complimentary bread and some very very very salty chips. You need to drink 3 glasses of water just to eat one chip.
Here was the yellowfin tuna with beets, corned beef pumpernickel and mustard. It was so pretty when it arrived at our table. At first it looked pretty but on closer inspection it kinda look like a mess but a pretty looking mess lol. That doesn't make sense does it. Anyways it was delicious. The tuna was fresh. However, $32 for this plate seemed a bit too much for me. For that price I could've ordered a bunch of sashimi and sushi at a sushi restaurant.
Here was the beef tenderloin. The placement of that mushroom sure just doesn't look right wonder if they did that on purpose? Regardless it was yummy.
The food was good but to eat here would be a splurge for me. But then again it didn't wow me enough to make me want to return. There just wasn't anything extraordinary about the food.
TOTAL BILL $77...MAY EAT AGAIN?!
36 Wellington St. East
(east of Yonge)