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Described as the most romantic restaurant in Toronto, you'd be hard pressed to get a reservation for Valentine's Day at La Maquette. This intimate space, just east of Yonge, boasts vaulted ceilings, intimate lighting, a fireplace, fresh flowers springing from every possible place and a solarium where you can be entranced by a waterfall. A wide-ranging menu includes several rich pasta and seafood combination.
A part of a successful chain of restaurants in Canada, Earls Kitchen and Bar is a sophisticated diner that serves delectable food. This restaurant is located at the center of the financial district and is a perfect spot for business lunches as well as pre-concert dinners. Walk in here to savor the delicious tuna poke nachos, the bronx burger and the Californian prawn pesto pizza along with the lip-smacking libations. Open on all days until 2a, Earls Kitchen and Bar packs a punch when it comes to serving a piquant treat. The restaurant does not accept reservations for dining on the patio, so make sure you come in early and grab the best spot.
Pai Northern Thai Kitchen, is a family run restaurant known to cook authentic Asian cuisine with a traditional touch. The restaurant has also been featured in Now magazine for being one of the best restaurants in Toronto. Some of the specialties prepared here are Kung Tawt, Thai Fried Rice and Panang Beef Curry. A must try for trying out some of the best Thai cuisine, prepared by chef Nuit, who left her profession as a nurse to become a great chef here.
Byblos is an authentic Mediterranean restaurant in Toronto. The place has a classy ambiance with elegant furnishing and appropriate lighting to complement. Their cooking is a blend of traditional and modern ways and their preparations are delectable served in an enticing manner. Labneh, Braised Lamb and Black Truffle Rice are some of the popular items from their extensive menu. They have a great wine list to complement the fare and is an ideal place for a romantic dinner.
Located in Commerce Court East, a few steps away from the Yonge street, jump Restaurant is where high-tension brokers unwind after a stress-filled day at the Toronto Stock Exchange. Elegant and bright interiors coupled with the glass walls further elevate the views enjoyable on the courtyard patio. It has been voted Best Restaurant Bar by 'Where Magazine' in the past. The chef specializes in meat preparations, with a few offerings from the sea.