Since 1969, restaurant, hotel, travel & other witty reviews by a handpicked, worldwide team of discerning professionals—and your views, too.


18 King St. E. (Yonge St.) Send to Phone
Market-fresh beer cuisine and countless ales and lagers mark this upscale financial district bistro.
Your Opinion
Add your own review

Local Deals: 120 * 90

Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun. & Holidays
Open late Mon.-Sat.

* Click here for rating key

Beerbistro Restaurant Review

: Chef-owner Brian Morin cures, marinates, poaches or stews virtually every dish in beer. Shrimp are wrapped in Berkshire beer bacon; pizzas are built upon beer-bolstered dough; and steak tartare topped with a coddled quail egg is seasoned with Belgian strong ale. Portions can be huge, especially if you order the grilled flatiron steak, apple wood-smoked ribs or prime rib. Look, too, for six beer-infused takes on poutine. The homemade beer ice cream and beer butter tart are a great way to round out any meal. The weekend brunch offers up eight different types of eggs Benedict. Whenever you come, take time to peruse the lengthy beer list, which features over 130 thirst-inspiring choices from Belgium, Ireland, England, Czech Republic and microbreweries of North America. A three-draught sample is a great way to whet your whistle while deciding on a pint. Full descriptions of all beers are offered for the novice drinker.

User Ratings & Reviews for Beerbistro


Check out the 2014 edition of GAYOT's Annual Restaurant Issue, which features the Top 40 Restaurants in the U.S., Rising Chefs and more.