A dish from Ngogo restaurant.

You can get three courses for only $38 at this new French restaurant on Queen West

Amid Queen Street West’s vibrant food and shopping scene, Ngogo is a new family-owned eatery is offering fantastic fare at shockingly affordable prices.

Ngogo Restaurant serves up a multi-course tasting menu brimming with delicious French-inspired dishes for just $38 a person. The price tag doesn’t mean quality is sacrificed, though, as the fine dining experience offers options like steak and seafood.

Chef and owner Bob Park, whose impressive resumé includes stints at acclaimed Toronto spots like the now-defunct Globe Bistro, keeps it fresh with a monthly changing prix- fixe menu, plus an à la carte option for specific cravings. The prix fixe offers three choices in each category — appetizer, entree and dessert — catering to both meat lovers and vegetarians.

A dish from ngongo restaurant.

The menu boasts Asian cuisine prepared with French finesse, yielding mouth-watering, Instagram-worthy dishes that excel in both flavour and presentation. Think Hokkaido scallops, tagliatelle, a daily sorbet and more.

The current menu at Ngogo for June includes a choice of delicious dishes like salmon crudo and strawberry gazpacho for starters, grilled mackerel and white bolognese as an entree and white chocolate panna cotta and toffee pudding for dessert.

Those seeking a grander experience can opt for the $74, five-course menu. À la carte options include beef tartare, parmesan frites, red snapper strip loin, risotto and surf and turf, ranging in price from $19 to $39.


Ngogo Restaurant lights up the weekends with a sweet surprise: brunch. Indulge in omelettes, French toast, pork belly Benedict and
more, all at prices that are equally as wallet-friendly.

The cocktail program boasts a small yet satisfying selection of beers and wines, catering to every flavour profile. Plus the deals don’t stop there — enjoy half-priced bottles of wine every Wednesday with any à la carte meal.

Ngogo is located at 646 Queen St. W. and is open from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends.

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