Scaramouche Restaurant

Scaramouche Restaurant

February 27, 2009 08:00 ET

Scaramouche Shells Out Crustacean Celebration

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Feb. 27, 2009) -

Attention: Food and Lifestyle Editors

Scaramouche announced today it is following up its highly successful Lobsterlicious menu with 'Crustacean Celebration'. The new menu will run in the restaurant and Bar and Grill Mondays to Thursdays from March 9 to 26.

"After the tremendous success of our Lobsterlicious menu - which was good for patrons, the restaurant and the Nova Scotia fisherman - we were able to source 450 kilos of King Crabs from Norway," says Scaramouche Executive Chef Keith Froggett. Chef Froggett's crab cake recipe is sure to surprise and delight dinner guests as will other dishes including Crab and Parmesan Ravioli, Crab Caesar Salad and Crab Risotto with Butter Poached Lobster.

"We anticipate the Crustacean Celebration menu will be as successful as Lobsterlicious," says Scaramouche partner Carl Korte. "In these difficult economic times, Torontonians don't want to experiment with their precious entertainment dollars. Instead, they are looking for 'tried and true' restaurants that consistently deliver exceptional food, service and value which is what we've been doing at Scaramouche for almost 30 years."

The $55 per person prix fixe menu will include a choice of three appetizers and three main course dishes as well as dessert. Taxes and gratuities are extra.

About Scaramouche

This award-winning restaurant, tucked into the corner of a stately condominium off Avenue Road, has been earning accolades for its fabulous food, stellar service and glittering skyline view since 1980. Whether planning a romantic dinner for two, a family celebration or an important business meeting, Scaramouche promises a memorable dining experience. Scaramouche is open for dinner Monday to Saturday and is located at One Benvenuto Place, four blocks south of St. Clair. For reservations, call 416-961-8011. To view the menus and wine list, visit

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