Yonge & Front
in BCE building
Take out & Eat-in
King subway station
Every day, 7:30am-2:00am
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Le Marche Movenpick / Richtree Market
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Le Marche Movenpick / Richtree Market is a
concept-restaurant, where you can see your
prepared for you and right in front of you.
menu is extensive, with food stations
sushi, pizza, pasta, seafood, Swiss, Asian
noodles & stir
fries, salads, fresh fruit juices etc. The food
generally good and fresh. The dessert
itself quite large; the cakes tend to be
simple (homestyle maybe), but they are all
prepared right in the
restaurant and worth trying; the caramel-
cheesecake or the various fruit flans are
LATEST USER REVIEWS
Where's the protein?
Honestly why do they carb load at this place? Classic bait and switch sure it looks freshly cooked and delicious but most of their food comes with a miniscule protein portion.
Makes me suspicious if they are cost-cutting on portions they surely are cost-cutting on the quality of their food.
I wouldn't eat here, too many better places to try. This place appeals to the eye, but makes my stomach turn away.
From: Rosana Richardson
I agree with Betty, it's pure expensive crap. Nothing to do with Movenpick at all. The pasta dishes, the cornish hens, fish and meats used to be fantastic. Now they are just tasteless and expensive. Nice concept but I'm not going back :(
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