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Tesoro Traditional Italian Food | Collingwood Restaurant

Tesoro Voted Collingwood’s favourite Italian restaurant. Our traditional Italian menu offers a wide range of appetizing entrées & basic Italian specialties. Gourmet thin crust pizza, antipasto platter & fresh salads are a hit at lunch with your favourite pasta or frittata. Dinner offers everything from spaghetti & Sicilian meatball to AAA beef tenderloin and fresh Kolapore Springs baked trout. Tesoro uses

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Kim Black said 4 years ago
The absolute best place to eat in this area. Staff is always friendly and knowledgeable and the food is incredible. We go frequently and we are always blown away by how good the food is.
Ram O. said 4 years ago
The service was a bit slow BUT the food was great, which offsets the waiting time. Even our toddler enjoyed eating here because that's how tasty the food is. We will definitely go back here when we are back in Collingwood.
wwx 126 Rowe said 4 years ago
06-12-2016 What can I say-- been at this place several times --and never once been disappointed. Amazing food, atmosphere and ambience. I am Italian and brought my mother with me and she loved it. Accommodated our menu requests perfectly. Please visit and experience this amazing restaurant. I highly recommend it. Five star quality all the way very pleased. Will come back again. Ms. Rowe
Chère Genest said 4 years ago
Really nice staff. Patient, funny, easy going. They even bring two separate portions when we asked to share a plate. The chicken liver pate was delicious, the mushroom risotto too. Wine was a bit overpriced, and there wasn't a big selection of white wine.
Dave Deco said 4 years ago
Low key italian place in downtown Collingwood. Food is tasty. We had the antipasti platter and pasta as a main. Portions are too large, I would say.

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