The new and improved Chefs’ House is open for business

chefs-houseAfter new upgrades and refurbishments the Chefs’ House at 215 King Street East is pleased to announce that is now open for business!
“We’ve improved our venue, expanded the menu and redesigned the bar. Our menu now includes a daily $10 take–out special, offering guests a more international flare that ties in with our student’s daily learning. If you’re dining in the restaurant, a featured glass of wine is offered with our lunch special for only $18.” says Jeff Steen, Chefs’ House Manager.
The three-course dinner menu is incredible value at $41 per person, and enables you to pick from a variety of options. Learning is the main ingredient; a way for our young culinary professionals to prepare for their careers in the kitchen.
In addition to the revitalized Chefs’ House, the facilities at 215 King have now expanded to a new special events simulation lab on the 2nd floor, complete with a full service bar, open windows and brick. It is also a learning space for our Hospitality students.
For reservations at The Chefs’ House and for more information on special events or private events at 215 King, please call 416-415-2260 or visit thechefshouse.com

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