Toronto’s cultural diversity means visitors can enjoy any ethnic or national cuisine they could imagine. From Japanese sushi bars to Chinese restaurants, Italian restaurants to bistros, Toronto offers a variety few countries can compete with. Some of the World’s best chefs offer their culinary genius to those who want to sample the very best in Canadian dining. Toronto restaurants offer exciting new menus and delightful tastes for the adventurous, or those just looking for something new and special like the CN Tower 360 Restaurant. Tasting menus have become very popular recently, which has made restaurant dining even more enjoyable forTorontonians and visitors from outside Canada.
Toronto restaurants vary in price, type of cuisine, and location. We’re presenting Toronto’s restaurants by type of cuisine since most diners know what they prefer eating. Now Toronto’s best Italian, French, Japanese, Chinese, North American, Mediterranean, Seafood and Bistros are all at your fingertips. Enjoy a different type of cuisine each day during your visit to Toronto. Many downtown restaurants in the entertainment district are located near theatres, so you can dine before a great Toronto theatre performance.
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In the heart of the Entertainment District is the BB33 Bistro and Brasserie. Located in the Delta Chelsea hotel, diners at the BB33 brasserie can choose from elaborate buffets or a creative à la-carte menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. BB33 offers an upscale yet relaxed atmosphere. You’ll enjoy a featured selection of hearty salads, Canadian cheese and mouth-watering entrées including roast beef and fresh Maritime seafood. BB33 bistro is a showcase of Chef Kevin Philip’s skills in producing delectable Canadian cuisine. If you’re visiting Canada and are eager to sample Canadian dining, BB33 is the premier Toronto restaurant for Canadian food.
Indisputably the height of dining in Toronto, The 360 Restaurant takes dining to the top in many other ways. Besides exquisite menus featuring lamb, beef, chicken, and seafood, you can enjoy one of Toronto’s best wine cellars. Here is an experience many people dream of, but never quite make their reservation. If you visit Toronto infrequently, dining at the 360 Restaurant is an essential part of your CN Tower experience and a satisfying visit to Toronto.