“Our goal at e11even is to ensure our guests feel at home,” said Robert Bartley, the director of Culinary. “The menu is familiar, yet refined and contains all of the items you might crave from your favourite restaurant. It’s a place where you can feel comfortable coming to before an event, out for a drink with friends, family or entertaining clients.”
Leather banquettes, wooden tabletops, antique mirrors and masonry floors provide the setting for dishes of seared tuna salad ($21) and a platinum service kosher hotdog ($16) for lunch and tuna tartare ($18) and twisted primavera ($19) for dinner.
Aside from the food, beverages are also a top priority with more than 600 selections of wine and a communal table made from excavated hemlock timbers that serves as the bar where New York’s Fred Dexheimer acts as mixologist.
E11even is located at 15 York Street, just outside the Air Canada Centre.