A Brand New Look for a Lo­cal Favourite!

C’est Bon

Richmond Hill Post - - Food -

What can cus­tomers look for­ward to on your sum­mer menu? Our lo­ca­tion is what’s new this sum­mer!! Over the last month our favourite lo­ca­tion at 2685 Yonge Street has re­cently un­der­gone a ma­jor ren­o­va­tion. From the kitchen to the pa­tio, we have a brand new look!

What dish is your restau­rant fa­mous for? C’est Bon is best known for its Basil Chicken which is pre­pared in a home­made sweet soy sauce with gar­lic, gin­ger and gar­den-fresh basil. But our cus­tomer favourites are plen­ti­ful, dishes such as Gen­eral Tsao’s Chicken, Crispy Gin­ger Beef, Seafood Can­tonese Chow Mein and of course, the award-win­ning Sweet & Sour Chicken. Our restau­rant is also pop­u­lar with Veg­e­tar­i­ans as we have a wide va­ri­ety of op­tions on the menu in­clud­ing a braised tofu dish with shi­take mush­rooms. What has been your proud­est mo­ment in busi­ness? When I in­tro­duced Fried Mars Bar into Toronto, Toronto Star wrote an ar­ti­cle on our restau­rant and sev­eral food es­tab­lish­ments ap­proached us to get our recipe. My younger brother at that time was only 10 and he thought I was like a movie star be­cause kids would come up to me on the street thank­ing me for my in­ven­tion.

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