Leif Kravis and Donna Ashley bring a touch of Nordic cool to sleepy Bloordale. Anyone old enough to remember the Copenhagen Room in the Colonnade will be in heaven.
Best: to share, the Smokehouse Platter with house-smoked salmon, organic chicken, trout and cured pork tenderloin with sweet 'n' sour pickles, grainy mustard, fig preserves and Ryvita flatbread; crisp potato rosti dressed with beet-cured gravlax, smoked trout and slow-poached eggs; scrambled ducks' eggs sided with smoked salmon and home fries; smoky bacon 'n' potato hash with over-easy eggs; massive blueberry griddle cakes with whipped maple butter, green-apple compote and dehydrated pear chips; open-faced sandwiches; to finish, gluten-free chocolate cake; house-baked lemon-lime shortbread cookies and black-pepper ginger snaps.
Complete brunches for $35 per person, including tax, tip and an Akvavit Sour. Average main $14. Reservations accepted. Licensed. Access: barrier-free.
Updated May 1, 2014