Results 1-6of 6 Reviews
Bogotá, Distrito Especial, Colombia
December 10, 2010
September 11, 2005
From journal Weekend in Toronto
September 18, 2002
It's a bit loud at times and very, very popular. At night there's usually a line up - the wait can be anywhere from 15 minutes to half an hour. It's a great place for a casual lunch or after club snack, but dinner can be a little pricey - it's not really the individual items, it's that you lose track a bit. The food is quite good, the coffee is really good, and the desserts are something special.
The best part is the variety and freshness of the food you're getting - it's cooked right in front of you. I'd recommend the steamed mussels with cream sauce or the lentil salad for something light but filling. And for breakfast they have wonderful omelettes.
From journal Toronto - Way Downtown
by Irish lassie
Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania
July 2, 2001
The atmosphere of Marche is extravagant to say the least. It is an 18,000 square foot hive of culinary and market activities. It abounds with color from the mounds of baked goods, meats fishes, pastries, fruits and other foods. Hand made tiles, flagstone floors, bright awnings and ceiling hangings, barrels, and wagons create the atmosphere of a European market.
Whether you're looking for groceries to pack for a picnic on the islands (they will make it all for you), or strolling around the neighborhood, this creative market/restaurant offers gourmet international delights that will have your mouth watering. Take a tray (or basket if you're planning to take out) and load up with freshly squeezed juices, the seafood grill cooking any fresh seafood to your order,five or six homemade soups, Italian sandwiches, Indian specialties, and entrees like meatballs paprika or salmon steaks on a bed of curry rice. Come back for a gorgeous French pastry and espresso and finish it off with a scoop or two of Marche's signature ice creams. Enjoy it all on one of three outdoor patios or in the cozy indoor eating area and you'll be hooked.
The wine cellar stocks over a million dollars in wine, so no matter what your dining choice is, you can find a wine to compliment it.
Everything is made fresh daily, the bread, pastas, sauces, salads, soups, etc. If it is not sold by the end of the day they continue to mark it down until it is sold that night. Nothing is held over. They are open from 7;30 AM till 2 AM every day. Don't miss it!
From journal A weekend in Toronto with Mamma Mia
Fort Worth, Texas
March 16, 2001
From journal Toronto - A Canadian City
November 11, 2000
From journal Toronto from a Suburbanite's Perspective