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Toronto's Top 10 : Restaurants

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  1. Colborne Lane

    This modern, post-industrial restaurant is a mecca for lovers of molecular gastronomy, and Claudio Aprile is Toronto’s most proficient and enigmatic culinary maestro. His tasting menu, bursting with delicious surprises, is a must. Both Food & Wine Magazine and Condé Nast Traveler voted Colborne Lane as one of the most exciting new restaurants in the world.

    • 45 Colborne St

    • 416 368 9009

  2. The Fifth

    This restaurant styles itself as a club (and yes, non-members do pay slightly more); the freight-elevator ride to the fifth floor loft only adds to the exclusive feel of the place. A prix fixe menu favors French classics such as foie gras, duck breast, and langoustine. In winter, candles, fireplace, and couches make things lavishly cozy. In summer, try for a table on the rooftop terrace.

    • 225 Richmond St W

    • 416 979 3005

  3. Canoe

    Stellar views from the 54th floor of the Toronto Dominion Bank Tower make this one of the most enchanting rooms in the city. Lunchtime business crowds may close deals over lobster clubhouse sandwiches on brioche, but the evening ambience is decidedly more romantic. Menu mainstays include quintessentially Canadian caribou and bison .

    Canoe
  4. Starfish

    This low-key, sophisticated restaurant specializes in fish and seafood, particularly oysters – almost 20 varieties of them, with fresh French oysters on Thursdays. Preparations such as lobster bisque give a nod to Gallic cooking, with its classically complex flavors. Save room for dessert, all of which are excellent. The reasonably priced wine list is mainly French .

    Starfish’s catch of the day
  5. Senses

    Presentation is at its artful best at this exquisite restaurant, where beauty matches flavor to titillate all the senses. Chef Claudio Aprile’s tasting menu mixes Asian, Latin, and French elements to delightful effect, with many vegetarian-friendly choices. Scrumptious desserts.

    • 328 Wellington St W

    • 416 935 0400

    Senses
  6. Chiado

    Dine on the freshest fish and seafood to be had in the city, flown in from the world’s wharfs daily and transformed into the most luxurious of Portuguese fare. The wine list is replete with unusual offerings which the waitstaff are expert at elucidating and pairing with dishes. Try wines by the glass at the tapas-style wine bar, Senhor Antonio, in the restaurant’s cozy annex addition, where cheaper prices mean some of the best value in town.

    • 864 College St

    • 416 538 1910

    Chiado
  7. Sushi Kaji

    Masterful chef Mitsuhiro Kaji creates the city’s premiere Japanese cuisine at this farwestend restaurant. There are two private rooms, but better to perch at the eight-seat sushi bar to enjoy the food-as-theater experience. Premium sakes are the perfect accompaniment to excellent – and generously portioned – sushi, sashimi, and creative cooked offerings .

  8. Lai Wah Heen

    With exceptional Cantonese cuisine, this elegant two-level restaurant in the Metropolitan Hotel redefines and updates classic Chinese fare. Haute details include silver chopstick rests and starched linens on the round tables, which are suitable for large groups and conducive to sharing (smaller tables also available). Sunday dim sum is particularly popular.

    • 108 Chestnut St

    • 416 977 9899

  9. Noce

    This intimate restaurant serves marvelous Italian food, delivered with welcoming, friendly service. The homemade pasta specials are always superb, as are grilled and roasted meats. The summer patio is great for al fresco dining.

    • 875 Queen St W

    • 416 504 3463

  10. Ultra Supper Club

    This elegantly appointed eatery strikes a fashionable balance between restaurant and nightclub. Chef Chris Zielinski’s ambitious menu places emphasis on seasonality and originality. Enjoy a cocktail on the rooftop terrace in summer.

    • 314 Queen St W

    • 416 263 0330

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