Thursday, March 21, 2013
The 3 Brewers
The menu was printed like a newspaper and offers the regular pub fare at standard prices. Overall, I enjoyed the atmosphere of The 3 Brewers, and the food was just okay.
I thought that the nachos ($10.99) could have been better as the cheese was not melted enough so it was hard to scoop it up with the nacho chips. The dish is a reasonable size for the price point so it wasn't too bad.
My personal favorite of the night would have to be their maxi fries ($5.75). The fries are dipped in beer batter and was very crispy.
I personally did not like the flammekueches ($11.99) that we ordered. The one that we got came with pepperoni, mozzarella chees and topped with spicy olive oil. What is a flammekueches? It is a dish that resembles a very thin crust pizza. The entire thing was pretty tasteless and dry to me, which I did not enjoy.
The crème brûlée ($5.99) was good as it was creamy in texture.
Quality of Food: 3/5
Overall Dining Experience: 3.7/5
Price: $$ || Online Menu
Address: 275 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5B 2H1