The Dep is thrilled to welcome back Toronto culinary icon Chef Greg Couillard for another fantastic dinner; the menu sizzles with the pan-Asian inspirations that have Greg rightly famous – expect a riot of exciting colours, flavours, and textures.
Spicy and tangy, fresh and bracing; a starter of fresh fish cured in lime juice, Thai chilis, garlic, ginger and kaffir lime leaves, dressed with an Asian herb salad and crispy shallots.
Fresh thick Shanghai egg noodles get a Hunanese treatment with zesty black bean and chili sauce, topped with an Asian greens and tofu stir-fry and finished with a sesame cream.
Honey Garlic Short Ribs
A twist on classic sweets & sticky honey-garlic ribs: hearty beef short ribs, slow-cooked until meltingly tender in a soy, honey, ginger and scallion braise.
Jeweled Rice with Okra and Pomegranate
with fresh tropical fruit and black sesame shards.
B.Y.O.B — no corkage fee
It would not be hyperbole to suggest that Chef Greg Couillard is one of the most influential chefs in Toronto’s culinary history. Through groundbreaking restaurants like The Parrot, Stelle, Avec, Sarkis, The Spice Room and many others, his prescient embrace of this city’s multicultural flavours and ingredients revolutionized fine dining in Toronto, and foreshadowed the eclectic, international menus many now take for granted.
Every weekend The Depanneur invites an amateur or professional guest chef to host a fun, informal dinner party.
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