(Submitted by cerebrate)Sierra Grill  

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Official Website: click here
Date Added: March 5, 2006
Address: 2901 Bayview Ave, Toronto
Phone: (416) 224-1700

Nearest Major Intersection: Sheppard Ave E & Bayview Ave

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Reservations Required: N/a
Delivery: No (or n/a)
Dress Code: N/a

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Reviews: 234Badges: 9This user has a UserRank of 8
Overall: April 9, 2007
9 out of 13 people found this review helpful. This grill serves a melange of North American cuisine, including steaks, burgers, pasta, fish, and so forth. Entree prices range around $17 to $25, and most of the meals include their all-you-can eat salad buffet - their star feature that makes the trip uptown worthwhile. The Salad Market includes dozens of choices, from a number of quality fresh-baked breads, soups, roasted vegetables, bean and pasta salads, fruit, and other gourmet fare you're more likely to find at a high-end grocer's takeout stand. You can get just the salad bar for $15, though I recommend an entree anyhow. They also have daily specials, including their Saturday prime rib special which includes a potato side and the salad buffet for $20.

Sierra Grill also serves what appears to be a good selection on their brunch menu.

It's a very busy restaurant, and not the best place to bring a date. They also don't take reservations after 6:30 pm.

I would have given this place a 5-star review except that our party of 15 had a reservation and the hostess was harassing us and threatening to take our tables away after we'd sat down because some of our guests were late arriving. Their seating policy is not posted anywhere, and we were not informed of it over the phone. The resulting disagreement wholly unsettled my stomach and soured the entire experience for me. If not for the fabulous salad bar, I would call this place a glorified Ponderosa or a mediocre The Keg, and recommend you go to Whole Foods Market for takeout gourmet salad instead.

Fortunately, the rest of their staff was helpful and friendly, and the food was satisfying. A good place to take a party of maybe no more than 6, if you don't mind the wait.

I recommend this place.
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