We were three people and shared a few appetizers. They just changed their menu from the summer one to the fall. The Bavette, fish and guinea hen were great. Loved the Zucchini blossoms, wild mushrooms and the sour dough pasta stuffed with pumpkin and squash which melted in your mouth.
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With a side of roasted carrots, everything down to the wine was great. Would highly recommend. Very good vegetarian options. This is a really casual spot. When we had dinner at Woodlot, next to us was a man in t-shirt and jeans and another wore a baseball hat. Napkins are disposable rather than cloth. You have to ask for fresh cutlery between courses. Fine; we've been to places like this. The dining area is up a flight of 12 stairs.
Music was loud jazz, heavy on the bass, although it calmed down over time. We ordered sparkling wine that had no sparkle. A mushroom appetizer was mostly not mushrooms.
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Reserve a Table. Find a table. Ranked of 10, Restaurants in Toronto. Cuisines: American. Restaurant details Dining options: Late Night, Reservations. Description: Woodlot Restaurant offers honest and simple handmade cuisine. Reviewed March 19, via mobile. Date of visit: March Ask bruceg about Woodlot.
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Apply for trade account Continue. This leads to his fateful encounter with Gerry, the hearse driver and to the equally fateful encounter with his ex-editor who commissions him to interview Rosalind Munlochy. Anyway, that is enough about the plot.
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You may have gathered by now that there is a certain glorious, compelling insanity about this book, and that you will not want to put it down. The writing is, as you would expect from James Robertson, melodious, lyrical and quite entrancing. The storytelling and characters are Dickensian. The humour will have you grinning from page to page, and sometimes laughing out loud [probably not to be recommended on a No 11 bus in Lothian Road, Edinburgh, unless you relish disparaging looks]. This book is truly an event. It is an astonishing tour de force by an author at the peak of his powers.
Long may he continue to write books of this calibre. Feb 27, Sam rated it really liked it. This book starts slowly on the day of the main characters uneventful 50th birthday. I wasn't convinced it was for me during the first chapter but I'm glad I continued reading.
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The main character is Douglas Findhorn Elder, who may be in the grips of a mid life crisis, having just turned 50, or he may be about to start to live. Everything in Douglas's life seems to be in the past, his girlfriend has distanced herself, his father has gone, and his job as a reporter is over. His father is still aliv This book starts slowly on the day of the main characters uneventful 50th birthday. His father is still alive, and most definitely kicking, but he can no longer live at home.
To fill time Douglas decides to pen a novel and enters into a relationship with a toad I kid you not! Is the toad a manifestation of Douglas's thoughts, or is it a real, talking, opinionated, and clever toad?
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Things are pretty mundane in Douglas's life excluding the toad until he is offered a freelance role to interview Rosalind Munlochy. Rosalind, a lady with an eventful history, is about to turn Rosalind lives in the Highlands of Scotland, in an impossibly remote place, and our man Douglas sets off to visit her and in doing so he visits himself.
What follows is a romp through the Highlands: throw in some criminal activity, a bit of love, some delightfully strange characters: then add a splash of whisky, and you will find yourself hooked. The characters are great I need this wise little toad in my life! Whilst reading it I was reminded of of those old black and white films that transport you to a gentle place and time. Think subtle humor, a gentle albeit quirky story, and a bizarre take on reality. Read it and smile. Jan 21, Helen McClory added it. The kind of book that should be stocked in Highland youth hostels and small hotels, to wait there for walkers coming in off a long cold day on the mountains.
It's the kind of book that needs to be read by a crackling fire, whisky in hand, maybe a restful old dog lying at your feet, and the rain coming down outside. Sep 03, Mandy rated it really liked it. This book is really quite crazy and I normally run a mile from anything surreal or picaresque or which is described as a romp. But Robertson completely won me over with this zany novel about Douglas Findhorn Elder, who has just turned 50 and is looking forward to a bleak future without his partner or his job.
But then he makes a new friend.