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International
Old Town & Downtown
14 reviews
Huge dining-room windows frame breathtaking views of the Toronto Islands and the lake at this restaurant, thanks to a location on the 54th floor of the Toronto Dominion Bank Tower. — Fodor's
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Diners
Midtown
7 reviews
The kitchen knows how to keep customers happy with consistently well executed dishes while the front of house hums a welcoming tune that's friendly yet professional. — Gayot
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Italian
Midtown
5 reviews
Mistura's combination of comfort and casual luxury and its innovative menu make for an ongoing buzz. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
7 reviews
"Every fish lover deserves a visit" to this "high-class" Little Italy Portuguese where the "selection of plates is intoxicating." — Zagat
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Diners
Downtown
8 reviews
In the mood for Shanghai, Hong Kong, Zhejiang, Jiangsu or Shandong dishes? No matter what you choose it will be authentic---and likely well-prepared. — Gayot
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Diners
Downtown
6 reviews
The patio is small but pretty in good weather, the esteemed wine cellar is a draw, and the favorites... are all nicely done. — Frommer's
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Asian
Downtown
6 reviews
Sophisticated Asian fusion dishes abound at this Little Italy hot spot. — Gayot
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European
Midtown
4 reviews
Protege chef Tyler Shedden delivers on the gastronomic side of artistry with an array of delicately designed dishes, presented in four culinary muses. — Gayot
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Diners
Downtown
8 reviews
Rodney is Toronto's original "Oysterman," one of only a handful left now. This spot is a favorite with nearby condo dwellers and office workers, but is also a draw as a destination. — Frommer's
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Burgers
East of the Don River
5 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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Steakhouse
Dundas Square Area
6 reviews
For a bit of nostalgia, and a succulent slab of grilled cow along with the essential side of starch, forgo the chain establishments for this storied destination. — Time Out
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American
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
5 reviews
The Henry Moore Sculpture Centre contains the world's most extensive collection of works by the famous artist (1898-1986), including 689 prints, 139 original plasters and bronzes and 74 drawings — Michelin Guide
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Diners
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
5 reviews
Imaginative array of Latin-inspired Asian small plates highlighted by “some of the best ceviche anywhere” and “lots of fun dishes” to share “with friends". — Zagat
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Italian
Midtown
5 reviews
Despite its pejorative name, Terroni (Italian for 'bloody southerners') manages to attract countrymen in their droves. — Time Out
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Mediterranean
Midtown
5 reviews
Amid a concentration of middling so-called Italian eateries, this warm spot is the real deal. — Time Out
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Mediterranean
Downtown
4 reviews
The Mediterranean menu is served family-style and includes “delectable” small plates, “must-have” whole fish and “lovely” rice dishes, along with many "vegetarian-friendly" options. — Zagat
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American
Downtown
4 reviews
“bustling” Financial District “gem” with a “fantastic rotating menu”, “terrific wine pairings” and lunch specials that “are a steal". — Zagat
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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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European
Old Town & Downtown
5 reviews
The Oliver-Bonacini team that created a number of top-notch Toronto restaurants (Jump, Canoe, and Auberge du Pommier, among others) also invented this good-value, classic bistro. — Frommer's
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European
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
4 reviews
European-bistro-meets-local-forager, that's the theme at Edulis, a restaurant devoted to classic rustic dishes. — Fodor's
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