Auberge du Pommier ★★★

Price: Over $50-100+

I went to this restaurant during Summerlicious, it cost me $40-50 for a 3 course meal with a drink and coffee. Restaurant itself feels like a cute cottage and inside is very nice. Food was good but I found the presentation of it to be very stark. Coffee and tea were also bland and not worth what they charge you for it (about $4). I found my main (chicken) to be tasty, while appetizer and desserts were okay.

This restaurant is ideal for quiet lunches/dinners with older relatives and a more mature crowd. Not sure if its appropriate for the “business crowd” though.

4150 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M2P 2C6
Telephone: (416) 222-2220
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:45am-2:30pm
Dinner: Monday-Thursday 5:30-9:00pm, Friday-Saturday 5:30-9:30pm

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Canoe Restaurant & Bar ★★★★★

Price: Over $50+

I have to say the best restaurant I have been to so far is Canoe and it continually has been so for the past few years. Canoe has great service, friendly staff and “foodie goodness” food. Haha. It is a place where you can pick anything off the menu, no matter what foreign names they use and still know the food will be good. With an exception to the watermelon soup, I am not a fan of that at all.

I highly recommend it because the restaurant itself is very nice and provides a scenic view of the C.N. Tower and lake. It is a good place for dates, lunches/dinners with your boss or coworkers. To get the maximum experience, I suggest when making reservations to ask for a table next to the window, preferably facing either the C.N. Tower or lake. Optimum times to eat should be in the afternoon/evening, during the sunset.

Location: 66 Wellington Street West, 54th Floor of TD Tower, Toronto, ON M5K 1H6
Telephone: (416) 364-0054
Hours: Monday to Friday: 11:45am to 10:30pm, Saturday & Sunday: closed for private events

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