Set behind a great lawn and cast-iron fence, the stately Osgoode Hall houses the Law Society of Upper Canada. Past a security check - no passport needed - and up a creaky staircase lies a hidden restaurant where the walls are lined with books, and the most popular dress code, after suits, calls for wigs and robes. Bistro fare highlights fresh, often organic ingredients in delectable dishes. The fairly priced menu ranges from fine soups and sandwiches to satisfying mains such as cassoulet and daily fish entrées. This is also your best chance to taste the famous Canadian butter tart (with flaky pastry, caramel filling and warm vanilla sauce).