Food & Drink

Best Toronto Restaurants

The Greater Toronto Area is home to an incredible array of vibrant cultures and personalities. Crossing paths with one another, inhabitants in the area tend to come up with some brilliant culinary experiences. As a result, Toronto is home to a mouth-watering variety of dining experiences. Here are some of the best restaurants in this foodie-friendly city.

JOEY Eaton Centre

This upscale dining brand has begun to unfurl across the country, with its cutting-edge and sophisticated menus making their way across British Columbia, Manitoba, Alberta, and Ontario. Toronto’s Eaton Centre location offers succulent cuisine in an intimate and exciting atmosphere akin to an upscale lounge or nightclub. The JOEY penchant for fresh, premium quality ingredients handled by an experienced and professional staff makes for an impeccable level of service and food quality. Particular standouts on the menu include the Osaka Style Pressed Salmon Sushi, Hawaiian Tuna Tacos, California Chicken sandwich, Bombay Butter Chicken, Spanish Paella, and Raspberry Butterscotch Budino. JOEY might operate as a chain, but they behave like a quality-centric upstart.

360 Restaurant (CN Tower)

It would be sacrilege to not mention this coveted sky-high dining room, which works overtime to present sumptuous Canadian dishes in unprecedented style. No visit to the CN Tower is complete without indulging in 360’s lunch or dinner menus, offering everything from poached Atlantic lobster and Perth County smoked pork rack chops to specialty Canadian cheeses and locally sourced ingredients. Reservations are usually required to guarantee a seat in this world-renowned rotating observation restaurant, but well worth it.

The Hot House                         

For a dining experience in a slightly lower price range with a multicultural kick, head on over to The Hot House at 35 Church Street. Boasting a comprehensive selection of Canadian, Italian, and other international dishes in a vibrant atmosphere, this restaurant and bar is just a short walk away from the Hockey Hall of Fame and Union Station. Offering a tantalizing range of pizzas, seafood dishes, pastas (including their signature penne), burgers, sandwiches, fresh salads, and specialty cocktails across a variety of unique menus (including their Award Winning Brunch Buffet), you’ll do no wrong with paying a visit to this local much-loved gem. Providing immaculate gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian alternatives, The Hot House is a highly accessible location for those from all walks of life eager for a premium quality experience, complete with prices that continue to bring in new visitors rather than scare them away.

The Carbon Bar

Step into an edgy and thoroughly delightful fusion of industrial and retro style. Located at 99 Queen Street East, The Carbon Bar attracts a more youthful and artsy crowd to its bare brick walls and iron décor. Putting the bombastic, rock/discotheque-inspired interior design aside, this establishment offers a vivacious and equally exciting menu complete with snacks, plates, and platters galore. Wild Shrimp Ceviche, Heirloom Beet Salad, Duck Tacos, Grass Fed Bavette Steak, Octopus A La Plancha, and Blackened Mahi Mahi are just a few of the exotic gastronomic dishes available in addition to a trendy selection of undeniably unique cocktails. Perfect for an edgy night out on the town, The Carbon Bar is a great dining choice with a standard-shaking personality.

Toronto is a city rich in culinary options, and there are simply thousands of wonderful dining venues located in the GTA. While these choices are but a taste of what’s out there (pun intended), they’re great locations to experience some of the city’s most exciting cuisine.

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