10 restaurants that will have you salivating for a steakFriday , August 14th , 2015
Translated from French, “filet mignon” means “cute fillet,” and it refers to the meat from the smaller end of a beef tenderloin, which is widely considered to be the most choice, and priciest, cut of steak.
A filet mignon makes for the main attraction of any meal, especially when served with a rich jus or herb butter, seasonal vegetables and a robust red wine for the full VIP treatment.
With the following roundup of reputable steak houses, you can live the good life on National Filet Mignon Day, or any day of the year, and indulge in a steak cooked just the way you like it.
One of the city’s most distinguished steak houses, this restaurant offers aged, prime cuts from local farms as well as prized steaks from around the…
A top Toronto destination for premium cuts of steak since 1959, this restaurant owes its longevity to delicious food coupled with warm and attentive service.
Thanks to its central Toronto location, Harbour Sixty is the dining destination for a pre-game steak, as well as for business dinners and intimate occasions.…
This Simcoe Street restaurant fuses traditional steak house fare with contemporary cuisine, fresh seafood and authentic Italian dishes.
Morton’s is a global steak house empire serving up prime USDA beef and offering guests a classic dining experience in Yorkville’s chic Park Hyatt…
With steak houses across North America and a Toronto location in the Hilton Hotel, you can trust Ruth’s Chris to deliver a memorable dining experience…
For more than 50 years, House of Chan has been serving the finest USDA steaks coupled with East Coast lobster and delicious Cantonese and Szechuan flavours.…
The Keg does filet mignon right, wrapping the choice cut in applewood-smoked bacon for ultimate tenderness and serving it with a buttery Béarnaise sauce.
Seasoned with Louisiana steak spice and served alongside a peppercorn sauce, potatoes or fresh veggies, your filet mignon is offered with a side of southern…