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International
Old Town & Downtown
14 reviews
If the name brings to mind a woodsy interior with lumberjack tchotchkes, think again. — Concierge
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Diners
Midtown
7 reviews
Up on a hillside overlooking the dazzling downtown lights, Scaramouche is the perfect hideaway for falling in love with food or your dining companion. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Italian
Midtown
5 reviews
It'€™s no wonder this elegantly contemporary place is consistently packed with loyal customers who dress to the hilt. — Gayot
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Mediterranean
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
7 reviews
It's all relaxed elegance here, beginning with the fine selection of appetizers at Senhor Antonio Tapas and Wine Bar and continuing through the French doors to the dining room. — Fodor's
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Burgers
East of the Don River
6 reviews
Toronto has no shortage of Irish pubs; this one's classy, polished-oak Manhattan feel is a nod to New York's famous bar of the same name. — Time Out
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Diners
Downtown
8 reviews
"Deluxe", "carefully prepared" Chinese dishes, including "the best" dim sum "outside of Hong Kong". — Zagat
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American
Downtown
5 reviews
Try the excellent chunky lobster cocktail and buttery mushroom fettuccine. The eclectic menu is simple but gratifying, priced right and complemented by a well-paired wine list. — Lonely Planet
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Diners
Downtown
6 reviews
Classic French bistro dishes such as onion soup and cassoulet, and reasonable prix fixe meals. Diners help themselves to bread from the baskets hanging above the tables. — DK Eyewitness
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American
East End
4 reviews
Creative farm-to-table comfort food is the game at this homey restaurant, run by two of Toronto's top chefs — Lonely Planet
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Diners
Downtown
8 reviews
“Heavenly” oysters reign at this King West “institution”, an “old-school” fish house where fans “get hungry just thinking about” the “amazing” seasonal seafood, including lobster, crab and chowders. — Zagat
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European
Midtown
4 reviews
Much like a precisely prepared dish from its Five-Star chef-owner Daniel Boulud, Café Boulud Toronto is a study in delectable contrasts. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Asian
Downtown
6 reviews
Definitely “not your usual Chinese meal”, this “cool” Little Italy Asian features French-accented dishes and dim sum crafted with “really interesting” flavour combinations. — Zagat
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Diners
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
5 reviews
"Tremendously creative" chef Tom Thai turns out the "best ceviche in town" alongside other "well-spiced, innovative" Asian "tastes" with a heavy Pan-Latin accent. — Zagat
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Mediterranean
Midtown
5 reviews
If your mama could cook this good you would never, ever leave home. New Zealand-born chef-owner Andrew Milne-Allan cooks pure Italian from the soul. — Gayot
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Steakhouse
Dundas Square Area
6 reviews
A Toronto landmark where wheeling, dealing, and lots of eating have gone on since 1959, Barberian's is also romantic. — Fodor's
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Italian
Midtown
5 reviews
"Homestyle" Italian fare "enhanced with mouth-watering flavours" plus "fabulous" "thin, crusty" pizzas all at moderate prices. — Zagat
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Diners
Downtown
4 reviews
Chef/owner Alida Solomon, a native Torontonian, worked in Tuscan restaurant kitchens for years, and the results are worth a visit to her friendly restaurant. — Frommer's
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American
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
5 reviews
Selections change regularly and not all of the works will be on display at one time. — Michelin Guide
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Spanish
Downtown
6 reviews
What does being recognized as Canada's Best New Restaurant look like? If you're Bar Isabel, it's killer cocktails, Spanish-Canadiana fusion dishes, and a full-service late night menu. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Italian
Downtown
4 reviews
It's rare to find creative cuisine in a chain hotel (even one as upscale as Toronto's Ritz Carlton), but TOCA is an exception — Frommer's
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