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Odd Seoul, as the name suggests is a Korean cuisine restaurant with an understated decor. Their food, however is absolutely delicious and includes dishes such as deviled eggs, bulgogi cheesesteak, pork neck and avocado slaw, along with an interesting range of cocktails. One will often find old school hip-hop playing in the restaurant to add to the overall relaxed vibe. The staff is very friendly and helpful; however the restaurant is small and it is advisable that you make a reservation.
Redesigned in the mid 1940s, this restaurant has been serving generation after generation of dedicated customers. While pouring maple syrup on a pile of pancakes hot off the griddle or sipping a thick-beyond-belief chocolate milkshake, you will realize that this classic spot, close to the Eaton Centre, Ed Mirvish Theater and City Hall, has become a Toronto landmark. They have separate timings for their lunch & dinner services; take-away services are also offered.
Located in the busy Financial District of Toronto, Bymark is a classy fine dining establishment that serves some of the best food in the city. Their clientele generally consists of businessmen, but it is also good for a special family dinner. Located on the top of a skyscraper, this restaurant has a terrace area that provides one with stunning views of the Toronto skyline, and is also less formal than the indoor area. Wooden tones dominate the interiors, offset by the glow of candlelight in the evening. Standout dishes include celery root puree with chicken confit, Ontario burrata, black cod and honey bourbon sage creme brulee.
Weslodge Saloon is one of the classiest places in Toronto. It attracts some of the most sophisticated audiences and provides a civilized drinking and dining experience. The entrance to the restaurant is through a bright yellow colored door and insides are decked in wooden hues. The servers here are dressed in swanky dark denims. The place is known for its innovative mixed drinks which are addressed with interesting names like Smoking Ponch and Chai Vieux Carré, followed by subtle descriptions. The food is a mix of lots of steaks, burgers, raw fish and Middle-Eastern specials. The place attracts an eclectic mix of high-profile guests.
The extended patio of Hungary Thai Bar & Eatery is perfect to enjoy a sunny summer afternoon with a drink and some delicious Thai cuisine to accompany you. They have a classic Thai menu which also features Hungarian options. The Chicken Pad thai is a must try along with Shrimp or Chicken BBQ which is glazed with BBQ sauce and served with onions and peppers and lots of spices. As good as the food is, the drinks are equally solid, their Margaritas and Mojito are strong and leave your tongue tingling. The beautiful and unique amalgamation of Hungarian and Thai cuisine works wonders with your palate.