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About The Good Son Restaurant
Our menu is a reflection of the melting pot of cultures that has gentrified the Queen West neighbourhood in Toronto. With a focus on local and seasonal organic produce, hormone free and free range proteins, the menu has been designed for guests to share plates, in an effort to create a convivial and social dining experience.
Our Wood-Fire Pizzas are a cross between Roma and Neapolitan styles; cooked in a wood-burning M.A.M pizza oven imported from Italy. It yields a crust that is thin but sturdy. Wood-fire capabilities are critical for our menu as the flavour imparted on the food is exceptional and unique.
Our cocktails are equally thought out as our food. Our bartenders serve up a no-nonsense cocktail program featuring fresh, seasonal ingredients that are all made in house.
Toronto, ON M6J 1H9
Global, International, Pizzeria, Vegetarian
Hours of Operation:
Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday - Thursday: 6:00pm-11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm-11:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11am-3:00pm
Mother's Day Brunch: 10am-4pm
Sunday Dinner: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Queen & Dovercourt
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Weekend Brunch, Wine
We offer a semi-private dining experience on our Chef's table, a full private buyout for the whole restaurant or our events space Wayward located above the restaurant.
The Good Son Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
On holiday in Toronto came across Good Son as it was local to our accomodation and saw it had been recommended on the Internet. Service first class. Food first class. Amazing burgers and pizza. McDonalds and Dominoes this place is not !!!! Classy, delicious, great atmosphere. Was only in town 4 nights. Ate there twice. Next time back in town will certainly be going back.
Fun lively place. Service was wonderful, only wish that our waiter (after asking if we wanted sparkling or flat) how much the water was for each bottle. As we were surprised at $7./bottle, would not have ordered a second bottle that we barely had a glass from.
Menu was nice but realized (for us) not a lot of choices that enticed us, seemed mainly popular for their awesome pizzas, priced fairly.
Overall we enjoyed our anniversary there, had to speak loudly to each other over the noisy open concept restaurant.
Food was delish and mostly priced reasonably.
Beautifully decorated and nice atmosphere. The food was good but not worth the price, especially the charcuterie board. Listed as a sharing plate, we recieved four little pieces of bread one per person and tiny crumbs of cheese that would feed one person. For $19 it was laughable. Luckily the prosciutto pizza was large and plentiful. Very nice. Ribs were also delicious. Nice place if you can afford it.
My son recommended the restaurant, said they have the best burger in town. I took my friend for her birthday and we shared the burger and short ribs. Wow wow he was right. Also our server Andrew provided the best service I have ever had. He certainly could teach Toronto what patrons are looking for when they dine out.
We love this place! Our favorite WQW spot. The food is always great, the service excellent, the mood is very cool... this is our go-to spot for any dinner outing, and it's a really great place to take family members that are from out of town; they always love it!
I booked two tables on a Sunday for a friends birthday dinner. When we were booking the table there was only high tables available for a larger party and one of the guests in my party had a broken leg and unfortunately could not sit on the higher stools. I called and talked to the hostess, she was really wonderful and found a way to accommodate us which was really appreciated. The service and food were amazing as always. The half price wine feature was also a nice addition to the dinner. Would highly recommend The Good Son.
I have been to this restaurant before and keep coming back. The food is always outstanding and the atmosphere is great! Service can get a tiny bit slow during peak times but completely understandable given how busy this place always is. Service staff is very helpful, knowledgeable and attentive. The only negative thing I would have to say is that the hosts at the front can sometimes be a little arrogant but really, I never let that ruin my dining experience. Highly recommend!
The place was good. I really enjoyed my meal and it seemed worth the cost.
I made a reservation and got seated quite quickly...but the server took nearly 10-15 minutes to even acknowledge us for drinks. I'm wondering if because we were in our 20's he didn't treat us with as much urgency as a table with older individuals(even though they came after us). That was off putting. The server was a little pretentious. Not sure if he was going for that image but it was really obnoxious to deal with when ordering. It was like you couldn't have a real conversation with him without him saying something nonsensical. Trying to behave too uppity is a turn off. Just treat me with respect and do your job well and we're off to a good start. He was just quite condescending and seemed like he was trying too hard. If anything the server ruined our mood- but the food did make up for it.
I might be back for more of an important or special event instead of just a weekend evening dinner and maybe then the atmosphere could match that type of vibe.
So in short, food was great, server's skills were fine but his attitude/tone was not.
Great location, great inside decoration and atmosphere. the food is delicious. best Benedict eggs in Toronto (my opinion). Staff is really nice as well; just a great experience overall. been there many times and never disappointed.
Received the tartare 10 minutes after ordering, but received the short ribs 1hr and 20mins after ordering, and you could taste that they were sitting under a heat lamp for most of that time.
The tartare was great, with good flavour, and they brought us more bread for it when we asked, but it was tough to get the wait staff to look at you.
4 old fashioned drinks for $60 before tax and tip!
I thought we had it bad but the people we were sitting beside ordered before us and waited even longer! (Name one restaurant in Toronto that makes you wait almost 2 hrs for a burger)
As my son said: this restaurant is a perfect representation of quality over quantity. Food and ambiance are very enjoyable but brunch options are overpriced for what you get and will not make you feel full. The French toast with roasted apples was delicious but you just get the slides from a quarter of an apple. The guacamole in the huevos rancheros is a table spoon from half avocado. Long story short, we had to share a pizza among the 4 of us to complement the 105 CAD brunch for food and coffees.
Second visit and was as good as the first. Came back for the Tartare. Excellent again. Ordered the bulgogi short ribs, found there was not enough kimchi slaw. Our server Tyler was was great. He managed the table beautifully. Hopefully he isn't scarred for life.
Great ambience and attentive staff. Shared plates were delicious. Mains were hit-and-miss and we waited too long between courses. I loved my papadelle but my friend was not as keen about his (undercooked) kimchi rice and short ribs. Overall, an enjoyable experience and would go again.
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