Quinta Restaurant Coupons and Deals
Few things are as satisfying as a good meal or the thrum of a crossbow as it sends a bolt into a ham. Hit the spot with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $20 for $40 Worth of Portuguese Food $85 for a three-course dinner for four (up to a $180 value) that includes: Four appetizers (up to a $64 value) Four entrees (up to a $100 value) Two desserts (up to a $16 value) Entrees include pork belly and clams in a seafood broth ($20), cornish hen marinated in herbs and spices ($18), and seared albacore tuna loin in ...
The Fine Print
Voucher expires on April 30, 2013 Buy 1 voucher for yourself, unlimited as gifts Limit of 1 voucher per table and reservation Reservations required, call 416 534-0407 for bookings 24 hour cancellation policy or voucher is void Must mention Buytopia voucher when booking Not valid for market price items or daily features Includes a shared appetizer, 2 entrées, and a shared dessert Valid for all regular priced menu items Taxes not included No cash back or credit Not valid with any other current offers, promotions or deals Voucher redeemable as of January 25, 2013
It seems that great dining in the city is a game of hit or miss. You keep following the popular trends, and it surprisingly gets you nowhere. Excuse you if your idea of a great meal doesn’t involve overly packed restaurants, inattentive service, and overly priced meals. Anything you stumble across is either highly over-rated or simply generic, sparking no excitement to your food-loving taste buds. Luckily, you’re not one to give up. You’ve set out to find it—that cozy little place that shocks you with its service, its portions, and its creative delight. To hell with mediocrity, you want something miraculous.Buytopia is happy to provide you with just the excitement you’re looking for. Quinta Restaurant is a cozy restaurant in Little Portugal that’s ready to shock you with their tasty cuisine. This contemporary and casual Portuguese restaurant wonderfully combines traditional ingredients and modern flair. The result? Delicious, comforting, and creative cuisine. Sit back in this relaxed, tasteful, and charming environment and enjoy delectable cuisine and unmatched service. The unique dishes combine many delightful tastes, driven from rural Portugal, coastal Italy, and even classic Toronto favorites. Come by and try—there’s something for everyone!With this great deal from Buytopia and Quinta Restaurant, you’ll finally get the value you deserve. Stop settling for any less. “Service, great. Drinks, good selection. Food, excellent. EXCELLENT. They have a basic menu with rotating specials. Been here a few times already and tried a lot of their food. Everything I've tasted has been amazing....from the Little Fishes (oh please bring it back!) to the chicken to the pork belly & clams to their own version of fried rice...If you want to eat really well with great service, don't skip this place.”- Joe M.“I couldn't figure out why this place was so empty when I walked in... and after my meal, I still can't figure it out! The food and coffee were great, good music (Black Crowes was playing when I walked in and they also put on the Psychedelic Furs!). I also like a small menu... it means that every time I go back, I try something different. Big menus are overwhelming and I always eat the same thing. I had the potato rosti - fried grated potatoes, cream cheese and lox, topped with arugula and yummy dressing! So go on - fill that place up, yo!”- Shannon F.“Yum. Seriously. Yum. Run, don't walk to Quinta and try everything on the menu. I love the way they are updating classic Portuguese dishes with French precision for modern diners. The clam and pork dish was a great combo of flavours and textures. Don't forget to try the daily specials or the cocktails. Prices are very reasonable. The drinks are all around $10, which is cheaper than average now. Food runs in the teens and low 20s. The service is good. Management and staff are really nice and friendly. Enjoy!”- Melinda M.
The streetcars rumbling by on Dundas may say "city," but the word, "quinta" means "country house" in Portuguese, and -- true to its name -- today's deal from Quinta Restaurant combines the best of city sophistication with country quality: pay $49 for a three-course dinner for two, including two servings of cava, an appetizer and dessert to share, and two main dishes (a $103 value). Quinta's chef Leor Zimerman has worked in upscale Toronto bistros between stints in rural Portugal and Italy, resulting in a carefully crafted menu designed to feature city faves like charcuterie and country staples such as piri piri cornish hen. Spacious and welcoming, this 60-seat neighbourhood eatery located in the heart of Little Portugal is praised by reviewers for its "exceptional local and Portuguese flavours" -- so even though you may get there by streetcar, you'll soon be in the Portuguese countryside.