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Toronto, with its culturally-diverse culinary landscape, makes history as the first Canadian city to be featured in the globally recognized Michelin Guide. Earlier this week, the Michelin Guide bestowed 13 Toronto restaurants with stars.

Frilu, a fine-dining restaurant known for their carefully curated 10-course “Kaiseki” seasonal menus, opened just last year on June 2018. For every season, they welcome a new menu, including most recently for spring. Owner and Executive Chef John Vincent Troiano’s concept for Frilu was to bring the uptown area of Thornhill with a fine-dining restaurant as it was not as common as it was in downtown. After working in a variety of upscale restaurants internationally, including Japan, Copenhagen, and 3-star…

“Frilu” brings the downtown Toronto fine-dining experience to Thornhill in an unparalleled 10-course experience in its 28-seater space. Like many fine-dining restaurants, the ambiance is modern and minimalistic, yet has a casual ambiance that has an inviting warm hospitality. Just like the word’s Norweigian origin, “friluftsliv”, meaning one with nature, Frilu combines earthy elements from their leisurely atmosphere (complete with a mossy back wall), and their new fall tasting menu, called Harvest Moon: Changing Leaves.