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Dining In Toronto

A slice of metropolitan cool rising up from the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto (a less than 7 hour flight from the UK) is a bustling cultural metropolis, bolstered by the recent opening of hotels such as the Ritz Carlton, Four Seasons, Trump and Shangri-La. It's diverse residents are made up of no less than 80 different ethnic groups, and as a result, Ontario's capital boasts a vibrant culinary scene crammed with atmospheric cultural neighbourhoods such as Chinatown, Greektown, Little Italy and Little Portugal to name just a few.

Great Places to Dine in Toronto


Auberge du Pommier

Auberge du Pommier, part of the Oliver & Bonacini group, has been serving Toronto since 1987. The divine restaurant offers modern French cuisine and a selection of over 500 label wines. Enjoy the surroundings in the winter with the cosy wood burning fireplace, and the floral terraces in the summer. With its French country inspired décor, the restaurant is a perfect setting for a romantic meal for two.

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Toca at The Ritz-Carlton

For an exquisite fine dining experience, Toca at the Ritz-Carlton is the chicest address in town. With serious attention to detail starting with the hand painted plates, the whole experience is designed to make you feel ultra special and ultra cool. The traditional Canadian menu captures the essence of the country with its unique tastes and home grown ingredients. Toca's Wine Director has carefully selected a collection of unique Canadian wines to match perfectly with every perfect plate on the menu. If you like cheese, you'll love the RC's cheese cave!

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Critically acclaimed to be among Canada's best restaurants, Canoe's unique location high atop the TD Bank Tower affords a breathtaking view of the city. The design is clean and simple, yet absolutely stylish - a brilliant reflection of this country's rich, raw environment. That same brilliance is captured through the flavours and textures of Chef Anthony Walsh and Chef John Horne's inspired regional Canadian cuisine.

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360 at the CN Tower

360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower features unforgettable food combined with a magnificent revolving view of Toronto more than 351 metres (1,151 ft) below. 360 offers market-fresh cuisine, featuring regional ingredients and one of the most extensive wine selections in Toronto, featuring more than 550 labels from around the world. Make sure you bag a window seat for thee best view of Toronto and beyond.

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'Campagnolo' meaning 'country' in English, brings a bit of Italian country to Toronto. With its simple food and extremely tasty ingredients, Chef Craig Harding's mission is to bring a bit of his grandma's ('nonna') cooking to the table. An authenticity-obsessed trattoria it's not; it's a cosmopolitan hang out that offers electrifying atmosphere and true Italian hospitality.  From appetizers to desserts and delicious cocktails, Campagnolo promises a youthful but sophisticated experience in downtown Toronto.

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