Rating: NNNNNGRACE GALLERY CAFE (3310 Yonge, 486-1495) Quite possibly one of the most unusual dining experiences in town, this family-run.
GRACE GALLERY CAFE (3310 Yonge, 486-1495) Quite possibly one of the most unusual dining experiences in town, this family-run Korean art gallery also serves surprisingly tasty and healthful noshes. Although it’s a bit unsettling at first, the atmosphere warms when 13-year-old daughter Grace knocks off some Chopin fantasies on the piano. Best: Jap Chae — silver cellophane noodles topped with sirloin strips, peppers, snow peas and onion sticky rice topped with shiitake mushrooms, shredded tofu ‘n’ carrot, lotus root and bamboo shoots elementary but inexpensive sushi like dwarf banana combined with English cucumber several subtle homemade hot sauces. Complete meals for $15 per person, including all taxes and tip. Open Monday to Saturday for lunch 11 am to 3 pm, and for dinner 5 to 8 pm. Unlicensed. Smoke-free. Access: 34 steps at door, washrooms on same floor. Rating: NNN