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The Black Hoof



928 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON M6J 1W3

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(416) 551-8854

55555

5 of 5.0 from 30 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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The Black Hoof Reviews

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  • Meat board, bone marrow and cocktails

    55555 by Alejandro Portela


  • Excellent, cozy atmosphere. Charcuterie board, great variety. Good cocktails. Had the raw horse meat!

    55555 by Kittie Chan


  • A must try spot in Toronto. Definitely try the Horse Tartare, the Bone marrow, Tongue onbrioche and Charcuterie Board. Everything was cooked perfectly and presented wonderfully. Highly recommended.

    55555 by Elina ✈


  • The place was freaking fantastic. A little edgier food (probably not for mom) but great great food

    55555 by Andrew M.


  • Go for the Tatare and Bone Marrow!

    55555 by Elsa Tang


  • Michael Caballo, chef of Edulis Restaurant, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Seasonal sweetbreads.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • They had us at Salt Cod Messaluna. We also loved the Oxtail & Scallops.

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Every dish was amazing...service and atmosphere top notch...10/10

    55555 by Eric Morrison


  • The horse tartare is incredible

    55555 by Jenny Palmer


  • Our server reco'd 4 dishes for two people. We were full after two and veggies. Rich food, nice drink selection.

    55555 by Devon B.


  • If you are a carnivore and happen to be in Toronto, you're doing yourself a disservice if you don't have a meal here.

    55555 by Phil T.


  • Charcuterie, horse tartare and bone marrow are all amazing. Come early if you gave a group larger than 4

    55555 by Joe L.


  • Une excellente table, sans prétention. Ça vaut définitivement le détour. Les@plats sont servis sous la forme de tapas. Mieux vaut y aller a 2, 3 ou 4 et partager les plats.

    55555 by Dave Lamothe-Gagnon


  • Dining alone but want to try everything? They'll do half portions of many things on the menu (including the awesome sweetbreads & tongue sammy)

    55555 by Laura B.


  • Bone marrow already comes with bread!

    55555 by Nathan Yuen


  • Try the Manhattan!

    55555 by Mark J.


  • Everything’s created in house here, from the cocktails to the charcuterie. Jen Agg also has a little gem across the street, and expectations are high for her newcomer, Rhum Corner. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Bone marrow and horse tartare is a must try.

    55555 by Alex P


  • So amazing! Show up around 11 to get a table fast, and try the horse tartare - it's unbelievable!

    55555 by Josh B.


  • The pork carnitas tacos is an underrated gem in their menu!

    55555 by Nidhin Stanley


  • Foie and Nutella - it works.

    55555 by Grace C.


  • It met all my expectations.

    55555 by Tammy Martinez


  • One of my fav restaurants. Head to tail type meat place. Good cocktail bar across the street while you wait for a table (owned by them).

    55555 by John Coates


  • Dont miss out on the marrow

    55555 by Kyle Lin


  • The craziest brunch you'll ever have. The challah toast hits home like no other. Next in line only to the octo & grit... Blood sausage mcmuffin was unbelievably good too. Foie gras is so devine!

    55555 by Joella A.


  • Get three marrows. My fav hipster farg charcuterie joint.

    55555 by Michael M.


  • Nutella and foie, so worth the price. Fun place to try. Can't really imagine any dishes here pairing well with wine since everything is quite light (flavors of the food really comes through)

    55555 by Bea T.


  • You need to be adventurous to eat here, but it’s well worth it. Try their most famous dish: sweetbreads, tuna crudo and spicy mayo with jalapeños. For more, follow us on 4sq or at www.renhotels.com.

    55555 by Renaissance Hotels


  • Everything you've heard about foie and Nutella being best friends is true.

    55555 by David S.


  • Get the charcuterie, marrow, ox tail with scallops and seared foie gras with banana and nutella

    55555 by Irwin Liu


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