Forget About It Supper Club
The restaurant offers a well priced prix fixe dinner menu. It is a great place to eat at before seeing a show along King Street. Our table of 8 was well looked after by the wait staff. Some people ordered off the regular menu and their meals were very good too.
Food was fine. Unfortunately not enough staff as it was a theatre night and we waited a fair bit between courses. I sat in a corner which was very warm.
Normally we love this restaurant. They were really busy this time, and clearly did not have the kitchen staff to handle the extra patrons.
We had a reservation, but when we tried to enter the restaurant the person at the greeters desk put up his hand and said wait. We said we had a reservation and he said just wait. We weren’t even fully in the door, so my husband asked , can we come in?
He said, “ yes, but no self seating. You have to wait.” A very rude greeting to say the least.
We didn’t have a nice table . Although our waiter was pleasant , service was very slow. We didn’t get the pre- dinner bread until after our meals were served.
All that being said, we usually love this restaurant and have a great experience. I am hoping they realize they need to hire extra stuff on holiday weekends or don’t admit people unless you have the staff to serve them .
Server was great. Shrimp and lobster very good, although light in the number if shrimp given how small they were. Hubby loved his veal Parm. Good wine.
Very well done. Awesome!
Great place to go for dinner before the theatre
Pre theatre for Royal Alexandra. A couple of us had the Mussels which were excellent and sauce great. Veal Chop was tasty and tender. Husband enjoyed Calamari. Desserts were a WOW factor. We all had separate desserts and I had Banana Chocolate cake which was fantastic. Would highly recommend this restaurant on King St. Seafood pasta also enjoyed. Noise level low and service very good and attentive.
What a let down! They forgot the wine, didn’t bother refilling water, and generally ignored us. The staff were buzzing around, but the restaurant was not very busy. Not sure what they were doing, but it certainly wasn’t taking care of our table.
Enjoyed a very nice meal on Saturday prior to attending a show at the Princess of Wales. Great location and a very short walk. Service was very attentive and friendly. Only issue was the temperature in the restaurant. Their AC system wasn't able to keep up with the hot conditions and the restaurant remained uncomfortably hot through our meal. Food and overall value were really good
Great time really good food really nice atmosphere
Food was fantastic! Service was slow due to understaffing for theatre night and conference in town. We will be returning!
The atmosphere is conducive to conversation. Our group of seven people loved that there was no loud music. Several of us went with the fixed menu offering, which included 3 courses for $25 and was very good. It was a bit surprising and disappointing that the restaurant was already out of a few desserts when we arrived—our reservation was at 6:30 pm, so it wasn’t as if we were dining late. So, no tiramisu. Seems like poor planning to be out of desserts so early. Otherwise, a nice relaxed dining experience.
The meal was fantastic! Unfortunately, it seemed as the restaurant was short staffed or wasn't expecting the volume of people because our server seemed quite busy and we saw him running at times to other tables and it did take time for us to receive things like drinks, our bill etc.
Other than that the food was delicious!
We did see one table walk out after ordering their meal and hadn't received it an hour later. Obviously the establishment wasn't able to handle the volume that night in particular.
We will be back because the food was delicious!
The food was amazing! The service could have been a bit better, but I understand the restaurant was full and the servers were literally running in every direction. They do a great job of making sure you get out in time for the theatre. Make reservations; that is the only reason we were able to fet a table!
Great food...waiters very courteous and pleasant ... outstanding service
Great value from the 3-course price fixe at $25 and excellent veal options a la carte. Even the wine was reasonably priced for the Theatre District. Our second visit and now a regular on our list.
This was our first time to Forget About It and we certainly enjoyed it. In terms of food, the salmon was beautifully cooked,however, the cilantro will spoil it for anyone who dislikes cilantro, like me. The waiter was pleasant but it seemed at first he was trying to rush us along. There were many open tables and when we “dine” we like to enjoy the atmosphere and each other. We deliberately came early to celebrate a birthday and to asimply enjoy. He seemed to relax a little after a while. The chicken dish was very tasty as were the desserts. Overall a good experience but better with a few tweaks. A thought about menu suggestions, with the overwhelming success of “Come From Away”, why not have a special dish or theatre special Geared to Newfoundland ? And, before you ask, no, I’m not from Newfoundland. Just a thought. Cheers!
2 out of 3 meals were amazing disappointed with "Angel hair pasta w/ blush sauce". Barely blush - more like tomato sauce. Service slow at 1st (felt ignored & wasn't busy), but it got better. Overall recommend for Italian food lovers.
Excellent experience. I would recommend this restaurant to others.
Our dinning experience was second to none
The food was excellent and the service as well
Would return and I am letting all my friends know of our wonderful time at your establishment
Had a lovely table with delicious food and good wine. Waiter Raoul was very attentive. Have already recommended.
Raoul was a gracious server and attended to our every need including moving our party to another table after being seated initially too close to a very large, loud group. The staff were all wonderful and exceptionally friendly.
Made a reservation due to being a theatre evening and expecting it to be fully booked. Surprised the restaurant was quiet with few customers. Many delicious options plus a set dinner menu option with very nice choices. Service and food were very good. Near the theatre.
Food was really good ... service was great ... was accommodated to be finished and ready for the theatre
This iis the second visit here and the service was great and the food was very good. The waiter knew we were going to the teather so the service was prompt but not rushed
Service was terrible, we waited 1 hr after appetizers before we got the main dishes... I asked 3 times for a second Diet Coke that never arrived... my friend left because could not longer wait. Would not come back
We do not often get to Toronto but when we do we make sure to always go to Forget about It. The meals are always outstanding. Highly recommend this restaurant
We went for a pre-theatre dinner. Upon arrival it was over 90 minutes before the theatre, and we told the waiter we had theatre tickets and he said we had plenty of time. Our appetizers took almost 25 minutes to come out. There were only 3 small shrimp in the shrimp cocktail for $17. Our main courses were slow to come out. I had the veal scallopini and it was very salty. With 30 minutes left before the theatre we asked the waiter if we had time for dessert and he said plenty of time. We ordered a piece of the banana chocolate cake to share - another 10 minutes. It was stale and we sent it back. Almost another 10 minutes for the waiter to bring a fresh piece. The restaurant has a large diverse menu, but they need to work on accommodating the pre-theatre crowd in this neighbourhood.
Good selection on menu including fixed price 3 course meal. we had a round table in a booth that was perfect for conversation during dinner. Service was attentive without being obtrusive.
Food and service was good. Strange seating and ambiance. Disappointed they said they weee not part of Mirvish discounts even though it was on the Mirvish list of restaurants.
Great food at great price and service was excellent. Location was so convenient for dining before the show(theatre) and have no trouble recommending it to friends and family.
Very nice welcome upon arrival. Server was courteous and attentive. Nice selection of items on the menu at very reasonable prices. I had the shrimp risotto which was excellent and an ample portion. My wife had chicken parm and thoroughly enjoyed. Ordered wine which was brought as requested with dinner. We were not rushed and would certainly go back again.
Pre-theatre dinner with friends. Excellent service and good.
Food was underwhelming
Service was good
What a pleasant surprise, greeted at the door by name for a reservation, booth for two seating, great wine list and very good food and presentation. Half a block from the Princess of Wales Theatre, this was perfect. Thank you for a memorable night.
Recently tried this restaurant for the first time and both I and my friend were very pleased. We were there for a pre-theater dinner, and both ordered from the prix-fixe menu. We both found the starter salad (sliced tomatoes with goat cheese & balsamic reduction) to be excellent, as well as the accompanying garlic bread. I had the stuffed chicken as my main, and ate every bite of food on the plate - simply outstanding! My friend had the main course pasta (vegetarian), and enjoyed it equally as much. The dessert (lemon-yogurt cake) was just okay, but by that point, we really didn't have room for much dessert. Great value for the money - we will be back.
Our first time there and were pleasantly surprised with the menu selection and the tasty flavours. Great location for the theatre district.
Been here many times. Great spot
Cafeteria style food no more and service much too speedy as if they wanted to clear the table for others and only 8 people in the restaurant at 8:30 pm.
Excellent meal and we very much enjoyed how quiet it was even tho it was nearly full!
Great service too, we will go back.