Located on the 54th floor of the TD Bank Tower, Canoe Restaurant is often regarded as on of the best restaurants in the city. The décor is simple yet elegant, exuding a swanky and luxurious feel. The food can be described as regional Canadian, with a touch of international inspiration. The bar boasts a variety of fine wines from around the globe and a cheery cocktail menu. Owing to its location, the restaurant affords delightful views of Toronto's skyline. Not only can guests enjoy a gastronomic journey like no other but can also do so while basking in the picturesque panorama.
Richmond Station is a classy venue to have a meal on a special occasion with family, friends or someone special. The restaurant excels in Canadian cuisine, artfully serving a mix of contemporary creations made with local ingredients. Dishes on their menu include charcuterie, beef carpaccio, fennel and potato pierogies, chilled corn soup and a lot more. One will also find their daily menu on their chalkboard, in addition to their à la carte menu. The desserts here are quite noteworthy as well.
Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse serves some of the most deliciously handcrafted steaks. Located in the Fashion District, this steakhouse also doubles as a piano bar, where you can sit for hours and listen to the pianist play. Offering a lavish ambience and courteous service, the restaurant serves an eclectic menu of meats, which are sourced from the best possible places. The menu consists of a wide range of dishes to please everyone's palate. Try the Kurobuta Pork Ribeye, Caesar Salad, Beef Tartar and Seafood Tower, which promise to be as awesome as the list of house-aged steaks. Round off your meal with one of the delectable desserts on offer. Reserve a table for that special occasion, and allow the team at Jacob's to take you on an unforgettable gastronomical journey.
A lavish treat for all your senses, George Restaurant at Queen Street East is true delight in every possible way. Magnificent interiors are beautifully designed to suit and reflect the cuisine on offer. Serving contemporary Canadian dishes, George is quite famous when it comes to fine dining. A beautiful outdoor patio awaits for those who choose to dine amidst charming lights, greenery and open air. Impeccable service and fine quality food is served with much grace and elan, to take you on a memorable culinary adventure. Poached Shrimp and Tuna Tartare for starters, while Black Cod and Cornish Hen for mains are some dishes that you must try on your visit here. Also, don't forget to try their mouth-watering desserts like Chocolate Espresso Mousse, Coconut Banana Pie and Lemon Tart. To compliment these artistic dishes, are a range of handcrafted cocktails and high spirits to choose from.
If you're looking to sample some exquisite Spanish delights, you need look no further than Bar Isabel. Located in Little Italy, this restaurant serves some of the best Spanish cuisine that includes unique dishes such as Roast Bone Marrow and Tongue on Brioche. The restaurant is always buzzing with people, creating a warm atmosphere that is highlighted by the dimly colored lights hanging from the ceiling. Without a doubt, a meal at Bar Isabel guarantees a lovely night out on the town.
With rich flavors and fresh herbs, Thai cuisine has earned itself many fans worldwide. However, if you are in Toronto, and want to indulge yourself in some authentic Northern Thai food, then you must visit this little gem. Located at Ontario Street in Moss Park, it lies in close proximity to Old Town. Dimly-lit interiors and a simple decor, offers an intimate ambiance, which proves to be perfect for a romantic date, or dinner with loved ones. While all the dishes on their menu are fantastic, it is highly recommended that you try the Sasi Golden Flowers with Piccalilli, Green Goddess Avocado King Prawn, Special Pineapple Fried Rice and Cashew Stir Fry. Do choose to end the meal with authentic desserts like Thai Sweet Coconut Sticky Rice or Green Tea Tropical Ice Cream.
Adega Restaurante is the place to savor some of the most exquisite Portugal and Spanish seafood classics. This is the perfect spot for a night out where you can enjoy the delicious food and unwind in the charming atmosphere with loved ones. Make sure you order a bottle from their impressive underground wine cellar.
Around the corner from Ryerson University, Salad King Restaurant feeds its patrons throughout the week. The cafeteria-style seating houses long stainless steel tables anchored by wooden benches in a space that reveals a cool Asian-fusion vibe. Healthy portions include popular dishes like the famous Phud Thai and Green Curry. Many of the mains feature a choice of chicken, beef or vegetarian dishes while you can test your spice tolerance on any dish by adding chillies. Finish your meal with a classic Thai dessert, Mango Sticky Rice, a sweet serving of fresh mangoes accompanied by rice dressed in palm sugar and coconut milk.
Rasa is a cozy restaurant serving innovative Canadian cuisine in Toronto. The place has an intimate setting with appropriate furnishing and an open kitchen. Their menu keeps evolving and Smoked Trout Dish and Beef Tongue Steak are some of the popular items from their extensive list. The restaurant has a friendly staff and they offer sharing as well as tasting menus for the benefit of the crowd.
Abokichi began as a stall at a farmers' market and has now grown to occupy a small space on Dupont Street. The interiors feature exposed brick and whitewashed walls, with dainty chandeliers and a bookshelf. The specialty here is Onigiri, the Japanese version of a sandwich made from triangular pieces of rice filled with different ingredients and finally served wrapped in nori with Okazu sauce. Popular ones include the Gomoku and Sorauren. Salads, grilled sandwiches, and drinks are available, too. For those with a sweet tooth, New Moon cookies, pastries, muffins and rolls are served fresh every day.
Unique taste and simplicity are the unique propositions of Japango Sushi & Noodle Restaurant. Making sushi is an art and Japango seems to have perfected this art. Only freshly caught fish goes into all the dishes which gives patrons a distinctive dining experience. Some of the specialties that you could consider trying are Ocean trout sashimi, BBQ eel sushi, Lobster or Salmon roll, Gyoza dumplings and some Chirashi. The place is quite tiny but the compact size adds to its charm. The interiors look absolutely adorable, decorated with Japanese paraphernalia that adds an authentic touch.
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.