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.
You can't top the truly astonishing panorama here. Gently revolving about two-thirds of the way up the CN Tower, you can enjoy breathtaking views and award-winning cuisine at 1,151 feet (351 metres). Add flawless service and you can understand why 360 Restaurant is booked weeks in advance. Canadian influences dominate the menu with choices such as Roast Rack of Lamb with Braised Leeks and Pork Chops in Smoked Barbecue Sauce. You can also choose from over 400 varieties of wine to complement this lavish fare.
Scaramouche is among the most sophisticated restaurants in Toronto. Located in an upscale apartment building, the restaurant may be hard to find but you'll be rewarded with a stunning view of Toronto's skyline when you walk in. Scaramouche only serves the finest and freshest ingredients and combines classic and unusual ingredients to make memorable meals. You can eat in the romantic Dining Room or enjoy casual upscale elegance and dine in the Pasta Bar & Grill Room. Featuring some tasty contemporary dishes that are innovative and popular, guest will be spoilt for choice with the array of delicacies on offer. The restaurant also has a wide selection of wines so you can pair the perfect drink with your meal.
Set in a historic 1860 house, this classy yet casual steakhouse serves as an eclectic dining spot for families, sports fans, athletes and CEOs. The decor matches the ambiance with a wooden bar and paneling, as well as dark, wine colored accents, topped off by impeccable service. Specialties of the house include Rib and Salmon Steaks. A late-night menu features delicacies such as Cheese Fondue, Baked Alaska, Grand Marnier Soufflé and Crepes Suzette. Wine lovers can choose from rows upon rows of finely aged wines from all around the world. Overall, Barberian's reputation echoes throughout the city and is the prime choice for a fantastic steak any time of the year.
Located near the posh Yorkville area, close to the Four Seasons and Park Hyatt hotels, this upscale Italian restaurant offers classic food in a warm, intimate setting. The most popular dishes at Trattoria Sotto Sotto, range from pastas and veal to fresh fish and seafood. Among the specialties are Mista, Grilled Fish and Shrimp and Pasta with Wild Mushrooms. An extensive wine list includes selections from Italy and California. Celebrities often frequent this hot spot, so bring your autograph book.
This upscale French-Canadian eatery in the posh Yorkville area draws crowds for the usual reasons – great food, service and ambiance. But you might get a bonus chance to catch a glimpse of celebs like Mick Jagger, Charles Bronson and Sylvester Stallone. Included under the same roof is the bistro, with live jazz. Dishes range from Butter Poached Monkfish Fillet and Roasted Normandie Duck Breast to Veal Sweetbread Medallions. The wine list features more than 100 selections.
As its name suggests, this restaurant is known for its incredible city view. Located on the 51st floor of the Manulife Centre, this exclusive dining spot caters to the business and hotel crowd who don't mind paying extra for the experience. Two patios on both sides of the restaurant provide one with a seat above the hustle of Bloor and Bay Streets. The menu is a pricey selection of high-scale appetizers, including standard offerings as Spring Rolls to the more bizarre Ostrich Fillet with Kiwi Chutney.
Located in the Yorkville district, this restaurant specializes in teppanyaki (Japanese entrees prepared at your table), providing the patron with both classic food and entertainment. Slices of Sirloin, parcels of pork and tidbits of Teriyaki are all created before your eyes in a culinary floor show. Best choices are the deluxe teppanyaki combination: sirloin, shrimp and chicken, or Rib-Eye Teriyaki and Lobster Tail. The restaurant's sister establishment, Fune, features a floating sushi bar.
It is hard to determine whether its classy decor or prompt service, what impresses patrons dining at Crown Princess Fine Dining. This fine dining restaurant redefines lavishness and boasts of an elegant decor that leaves you awe-struck. While the ambiance does make a statement, Crown Princess does not simply rely on it, but ensures that its service complements this elegance. Exquisite Chinese and Cantonese dishes that are prepared and dressed elaborately are served with a smile. Right from the starters to the desserts, everything is freshly prepared with authentic ingredients and traditional recipes. A business luncheon or a romantic dinner, Crown Princess Fine Dining will impress all.
Morton's, The Steakhouse combines the comfortable with the classy. Surrounded by dark wood, rich leathers, and crisp white linens, a waiter details the menu by displaying the actual ingredients. If the appetite is there, order the house specialty, Porterhouse Steak, a complete mouthwatering delight. It also offers private dining facilities. For more details, call ahead.
Located in the historic Gothic Revival style Euclid Hall in Toronto, Ontario, Keg Mansion offers the best of both worlds. Primarily a steakhouse, the restaurant sees a classy and sophisticated crowd. An ideal place for a special evening, the steak at the restaurant is absolutely delicious and so is the prime rib. The bar has a good selection of wines and the service is prompt. End your meal with a Billy Miner Pie.