Like Winterlicious earlier this year (my visit to Scarpetta), Toronto also has Summerlicious – two plus weeks where participating restaurants offer 3 course lunch and dinner set menus anywhere from $15-$45, a steal of a deal. Such a great concept that originally started in New York City, only problem is that the Toronto restaurant list has been pretty static for a number of years. Located at the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario), Frank restaurant opened during the renovation of the AGO and is a Frank Gehry designed space, very modern and of course, art inspired. But not only was the space beautiful but so was the food. Having dinner with friends (S, I and F – so aptly named by I as the “Finer Things Club”, if any of you watch the Office), we all tried different items on the shortened menu. The best dish of the night – the shrimp cake, an appetizer – think crab cake but made of shrimp! Just the perfect size, not greasy and perfectly pan-fried. The desserts were also a pleasant surprise, especially the summer berry pudding! When you take a bite, all you can think of is “this is what summer tastes like”! Perfect finish to a really good meal!