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December 29, 2002
Food ok, not marvellous but not expensive either. Pork filled with cranberries etc. was our favourite along with the daily pastas.
The interior is nicely decorated with varied chairs and tables, all very beautiful but some of them way too close to one another making it a little difficult to walk by... I seem to remember a fireplace inside but I think it did not actually have one, just a very warm feeling!
From journal Toronto - food and fun things to do
November 17, 2002
Also suitable for lunch or the single diner, Cafe Volo seems pretty amenable to lingering customers outside of peak dining hours. I'd heartily recommend their bruschetta and Pollo Limone.
From journal Trawna