Southern Italian home style cooking, in this busy family run restaurant. Located In the heart of the entertainment district, it is one of the original restaurants down on restaurant row. Kit Kat has been serving Toronto for the past 27 years. With it's focus on fresh ingredients and real good food, Kit Kat remains a popular haunt for theatre goers, sports fans, concert goers, and local and international celebrities.
Some of the favorite dishes include our antipasti, pastas, especially our penne With sausage and the seafood pasta. The chicken, veal, angus steak, seafood and fish satisfy the heartiest of appetites. We have an extensive wine list which includes Ontario VQA, Italian, Californian, and Australian wines. Dinner is complete with our selection of fine desserts.
At close proximity of all major attractions including the ACC, Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Rogers Centre, CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium and most major hotels downtown. There's even a tree growing in the middle of the kitchen! A great night out, for any occasion.
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2 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillThis chicken piccata is so tender and light that a knife isn't necessary, but a crisp glass of pinot grigio is a must! See you soon Ciao
3 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillWe would like to thank everyone who attended today's street hockey game to support front line workers, businesses as well as Transit on King St. It was a great success, bringing awareness to our King Street community and showing Everyone cares, many thanks. Ciao3 weeks ago
Not only that! Discounts are only available through an "app" called Ritual? Whats that all about. Same as the parking deal was tied into a parking "app"?3 weeks ago
Hi Al. Well done with this but what about Food on King. Seems very lame to me. King West habitués used to come down there for the quality and diversity of what the area offers. Not looking for discounts!! The city could start by at least allowing cabs back on the strip at all hours Not just after 10 at night. Parking off street is not sufficient and more and more parking lots are now building sites for the seemingly non stop wave of condo developers who move into "cool" neighbourhoods and instantly drown the " cool" factor.3 weeks ago
What a great turnout despite the rain. Thank you for the invite I was glad to help and participate and bring awareness. See you guys soon!!
3 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillKING STREET HOCKEY PILOT PROJECT
Entertainment, Food and Fun for all with special guests.
5 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillCouple of new features tonight courtesy of Chef Carl. Garlic and chili rapini with white bean puree and crispy sausage. For dessert, chocolate orange cannoli with espresso chocolate dip.
5 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillThe Kit Kat Italian Bar and Grill has been a part of the vibrant Toronto Entertainment District for over 25 years. It’s a popular destination for many residents in Toronto and in fact, for visitors from all around the world. I’m grateful to say that customers and food critics consistently give us excellent ratings and reviews.
If “economic prosperity” is the goal, as a small business owner who has worked on King street for over a quarter of a century, I can tell you the plan is not working. Before the poorly conceived pilot project was introduced, the Kit Kat Italian Bar and Grill was a very busy place. Since the pilot was introduced, there have been days when the restaurant had only 10 customers and 9 staff.
We can all absolutely agree that commuters on the King streetcars need to be able to get to work on time. We just need to find a solution that works for everybody involved.
We’ve suggested restricting the pilot project to the morning rush hour between the hours of 6 and 10AM. The city could also add more streetcars and buses. We’re open to any new ideas that will help commuters while restoring the vibrancy to the King Street Entertainment District.
The cost of this experiment is far too great. I’m afraid many small businesses along King Street may not survive and that would be a shame.3 weeks ago
100% agreed with Mario and Joe, well said Mario,
Al thanks for telling the truth, YOU always do4 weeks ago
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This doesn't surprise me one bit....like Greg said it's never about the small business owner trying to make a living. Keep fighting I will do my little part and share this post...all the best.5 weeks ago
Our government isn't about small businesses. It's all part of a bigger picture to let them have control over EVERYTHING.
5 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillHappening now on King Street! Still waiting.4 weeks ago
6 weeks ago by Kit Kat Italian Bar & GrillChef Carl is featuring braised beef short rib with parsnip puree, roasted mushrooms, rapini and grilled tomato tonight!
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