Toronto Restaurants, Find Any Type Of Food You Desire

By: Adriana Noton

Toronto restaurants run the gambit from expensive and elegant to budget and eat on the run. They are truly an international city with representation of cuisines from many parts of the world including Italian, Asian, Greek, and their own Canadian style of cooking. There are steakhouses and burger joints giving patrons a little bit of everything for a variety of prices. If you enjoy food, then Toronto is the place to be.
One of the most elegant and visible restaurants sits a top the CN tower and revolves a full 360 degrees with floor to ceiling windows for a full view of the city of Toronto. The name is, appropriately, the Restaurant 360 and it offers a moderate menu along with a choice of over 550 different types of wines from all over the world. This restaurant has won awards for the food but has won more for the novelty of being 114 stories above ground level. Reservations are advised and meals will cost about C$70 to C$100 and wines can go upward to over C$1000 per bottle.
If you want to impress someone take them to either Splendito or Truffles for meals that may cost over C$100. Find Splendito in the Distillery District. The menu changes with the season as seasonal foods are used to create some of the best modern Mediterranean food on earth. You can choose from two menus. The regular a la carte menu is available but you may want to try the tasting menu where you will only get a small sample of many different choices of food. Go to the four Seasons' Hotel to the restaurant called Truffles for some really wonderful award winning food. The ambiance is very elegant and the food is true French Cuisine.
If you prefer to go to a restaurant where you don't have to rob a bank to enjoy it you can find many restaurants in Toronto that will cost about C$30 to $75 per meal. If you want to sample Canadian Cuisine go to the Canoe Restaurant and Bar on Toronto Harbor. You will find an abundance of menu items using maple sugar as well as local fruits and vegetables. You may even want to try the caribou or venison offerings. The place looks like a lodge in the woods. You need reservations to go there and it is not open on weekends at all.
Lolita's Lust in Greektown not only has an interesting name, it is also an interesting place. The menu has an interesting a delicious variety of meats and seafood.
Budget restaurants in Toronto will give you great food at a great price. Fran's in the Midtown area is a down to earth place that gives you food at a great price and a lot of it. Meatloaf is supreme here along with chicken wraps and tuna melts. It is open 24 hours and serves a huge breakfast platter at all times.
If you prefer health food go to Bloor Street to Fresh on Bloor where you will find organic entrees that will knock your socks off. This restaurant is unique because of the 40 different juices it offers, some of which are made of very interesting ingredients.
For those who are budgeting, remember to factor in taxes. Toronto imposes three different taxes on food consumed in a restaurant that will not be included in the menu price. They are added on to the bill after you eat. They include the 8% provincial sales tax, 10% alcohol tax, and the 5% federal goods and services tax. Irregardless you can find exactly the type of food you want to satisfy in Toronto. The restaurants above are a minuscule sampling of what is available in Toronto and you only have to go to the city and explore to find many more.

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See what the City of Toronto has to offer by dining at a Toronto restaurant this weekend. If you're in Quebec, then a restaurant Montreal is a great idea for spending some quality time.

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