Toronto’s best fine dining restaurants
If you’re looking for a place with incredible food and great ambiance, Toronto offers plenty of wonderful restaurants. But where to go? Here are six of the very best fine dining establishments in the city:
163 Spadina Avenue
Serving contemporary French cuisine, Alo creates masterful dishes with only the finest seasonal ingredients. The restaurant offers a blind, multi-course tasting menu perfect for those looking try something new. The Dining Room and the Kitchen Counter each provide a distinct dining experience. With Alo’s extensive collection of wines and spirits from familiar and little-known regions and producers, guests can rely on sommeliers to recommend the bottle that best complements their meal.
Auberge du Pommier
4150 Yonge Strret, North York
Auberge du Pommier has a seasonal menu that perfectly encapsulates the meaning of fine food and sophistication. The restaurant serves traditional French cuisine influenced by innovative North American flavours. Flawlessly combining country charm with their contemporary style, Auberge du Pommier is a welcome escape from the bustle of the city with their wood-burning fireplaces and, weather permitting, the option to dine alfresco in the flower-filled terrace.
1 Benvenuto Place
Celebrated by customers and critics alike, Scaramouche has been one of the best fine dining establishments in Toronto for the past 35 years Their wine list features 200 gorgeous bottles perfect to celebrate any occasion. With classic dishes featuring British Columbia caviar, Ontario AAA beef, and Quebec suckling pig, Scaramouche continues to be one of the best fine dining destinations in Toronto.
1 Austin Terrace
Giving guests an elevated steakhouse experience, BlueBlood Steakhouse is located inside the magnificent Casa Loma, the Gothic Revival-style mansion that’s now a museum and historical landmark. Chosen as one of Toronto’s best new restaurants of 2018, the steakhouse stuns with opulent interiors and artwork by modern masters like Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali and French street artist Mr. Brainwash providing the quirky counterpoint. The menu offers the finest cuts of beef from all over the world such as Japanese Wagyu filet and Canadian Prime, aged 28 days. Aside from the wonderful selection of meats, the restaurant also serves fresh seafood and has a wide-ranging wine and spirits list.
118 Yorkville Avenue
With an array of beautiful dining spaces decorated by award-winning design group Yabu Pushelberg, ONE Restaurant radiates an elegant but modern atmosphere. Chef and restaurateur Mark McEwan has created a North American contemporary hotspot to serve his delectable global flavours inspired by seasonal ingredients, along with an extensive selection of wine and spirits. For those looking for a more intimate dining experience, ONE’s tree-lined candlelit patio is perfect for enjoying a quiet evening.
180 Queen Street West
Featured in numerous publications such as Toronto Life, En Route Magazine, and Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants list, Nota Bene gives guests a memorable dining experience. It is owned and run by famous Toronto chef David Lee, who serves seasonal Canadian home-style plates. Nota Bene also offer a pre-theatre menu during evenings when there is a performance at the nearby Four Seasons Centre.
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