City slickers arrive early to catch the sunset view over Lake Ontario from its unbeatable location as the highest restaurant in Toronto on the 54th-floor of the Toronto Dominion Bank Tower. No surprises that wood is heavily featured in the décor for a modern yet seductive ambience with an industrious open kitchen.
The menu is a trawl from coast to coast, showcasing the very best of Canada: scallops from British Columbia to oysters from Prince Edward Island, foie gras from Quebec and Ontario beef. It even evokes the woodsy Canadian campfire experience in a starter of coddled egg on grilled toast with prosciutto and slaw, while sticky-date pudding with Canadian bacon brittle is an inspired way to finish.
The destination bar shares the view, and a tasting menu can be paired with its herbaceous cocktails instead of wine.