TORONTO — The Windsor Arms hotel is now home to the new Living Room restaurant, which has opened in Toronto’s Yorkville just in time for the swanky Toronto International Film Festival.
The luxurious space was designed by Jacques Dinel of Toronto’s Dinel Design, who was inspired by British elegance. “The Living Room is decorated with original print art from the U.K. and a formal dining area with original Charles Pachter paintings,” reads a statement on the hotel’s website. “[It’s] furnished with oversized chesterfields and comfortable leather seating.”
Open from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. each day, the restaurant that has a comfort-food focus, offers more than 60 local craft drafts and beers as well as a breakfast menu, starters for sharing and a day menu that includes dishes such as Skinny Fish and Chips, Traditional Sheppard’s Pie, Moroccan Tagine and Rack of Lamb.