My late summer/early-fall visit to Shōtō was a nice time to be in Toronto. It was at the tail end of the Toronto International Film Festival (bad for hotel rates, but good for liveliness), and the weather was still summer-like most of the time. Even though I had been there only two months before, the menu was going to be mostly different.
They were kind enough to pour me a taste of the sparkling wine from Ontario. After that, I went with a glass of the rare pour of the Chardonnay from Montrachet.
The first snack to start things off was an East Coast oyster with pepperoncini. After that, it was a new item – herbed cornbread with some cheddar and cultured butter.
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