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Chotto Matte

$$$$

161 Bay St, Toronto
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Chotto Matte specializes in Nikkei cuisine, but it’s specifically a great place to go for a standout savory brunch. This Financial District spot with graffitied walls and a heated patio only does brunch on Saturday, but you’ll get the rare treat of a daytime tasting menu filled with shared plates like the robata-grilled Amazonian BBQ salmon, tuna tataki, and a king oyster mushroom tostada. All of it pairs perfectly with the cocktails like the Pisco’Cha, a riff on pisco sour with a touch of matcha.

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