This restaurant is situated in a converted tiny house on an unassuming street. The eclectic mood of this restaurant is what strikes you at first – not a place you would expect fine-dining. At night the candle lit room is a romantics dream. Run by a husband and wife team, Michael Caballo and Toby Nemeth, both well trained and highly travelled, they worked in Spain, Italy and Panama before settling back into Toronto to open Edulis in 2013. Their style is rustic-refined. She runs the front of house, while he mans the stoves. The food is the finest seasonal ingredients, the wine is perfectly paired, but the service is what will capture your heart. Every detail is considered by your host Toby, but her relaxed style makes you feel like family. If you are not on a date, then consider trying their “Sidreria” Sunday lunch. A price fixed Spanish menu and a nod to their time cooking together in Spain as newlyweds.