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  • CN tower Revolving restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Ok so you can't come to Toronto without going to the CN tower restaurant. They kindly gave us a window seat as we were on our honeymoon and i have to say it was amazing!!! - we got there for 6pm so watched the sun set and the lights come on. The food was nothing special. Yes the portions were quite good but the peri peri chicken I don't think had...

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  • Skylon Tower Dining Room

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Niagara Falls Restaurants

    The views made the Skylon so special. We took many elevators and were above the Falls. The floor or the restaurant rotated a full 360 degrees. Service was attentive & our meals were good. Salads and prime rib with all the trimmings were very good. However, this was our priciest meal in Niagara Falls.

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  • Toucan

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Kingston Restaurants

    The Toucan is a great Irish pub in Kingston and offers a bit of everything for everyone! First, the bartender knows how to pour a Guiness. Also, the atmosphere is really nice. On the top floors, you can relax, eat and chat without being overcomed by noise. But in the basement, they have live music, dart boards and it's more of a bar compared to...

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  • East Side Mario's

    London Restaurants

    It's a chain restaurant but the food is still great. And prices are reasonable. I used to live next door so it was very convenient for me! 'East Side Mario's, East Side Mario's, Hey, Bada Boom, Bada Bing' That's the commercial, lol! The bread they bring with the dinner!

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  • Le Marche - Movenpick

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    I went back to the hotel at lunchtime, and walked around in the area to find a place to eat. This Movenpick place looked interesting. Apparently it is a sort of a chain, as there are restaurants with this name in various places in Toronto. Movenpick Restaurant 416.535.8711 650 Dupont St Movenpick Restaurants 416.366.5234 165 York St Movenpick...

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  • Rainforest Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Niagara Falls Restaurants

    I had dinner at there at this international chain restuarant on my first evening at Niagara Falls. I don't remember what I ordered though but I know that I had a nice meal. The menu is similar to those at The Rainforest Cafes Worldwide.

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  • McGinnis Landing

    London Restaurants

    I picked this restaurant for its menu - it looked to me to have a good mix of menu items, for its price - seemed reasonable, and its location - away from the main centre of London. It seemed to be a hit with us all. The service was prompt but not overwhelming. Of course it wasn't a busy period so they didn't seem to mind us lingering and...

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  • Le Papillon

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Le Papillon was the favourite restaurant of my former in-laws, and I always enjoyed it too, so when looking for a place that was different, and nice, for the VT Toronto Meeting, I thought of it. A chance to give some visitors to Canada a taste of Quebecois and French cooking. We had a nice big alcove, sort of a separate room, almost away from the...

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  • Flying Saucer Drive-In, The

    4 out of 5 stars

    Niagara Falls Restaurants

    After staying close to the tourist area to eat, and paying ridiculous amounts of money for not so great food, we decided to venture (by car) down Lundy's Lane. After reading the review of the Flying Saucer before we left for our trip, we knew it was recommended by most. And now we know why! Excellent food, great portions, great prices! You can pay...

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  • Sebastians Market

    London Restaurants

    The food is great here but it's the dessert counter that I really went for. I would sometimes just go and order dessert and take it with me. There's every kind of dessert imagineable. We used to buy birthday cakes here, though they're on the expensive side. But really worth it! This pic from their website. The cake pictured is the Chocolate Grand...

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  • Tim Horton's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Anyone who has been to Canada probably visited a Tim Hortons at least a dozen times. Tim Horton's is Canada's largest chain, surpassing McDonalds in the 1990s. There are about 3000 locations nationwide, a few hundred in Toronto alone. You can also find some locations in US states, as well as the UK and the Middle East. Tim Hortons has rapidly...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe Niagara Falls

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Niagara Falls Restaurants

    Food was very good, as all Hard Rocks. Service was slow and grumpy. Didn't seem happy that we only wanted dessert, even though it was 3:00 p.m. Took 45 minutes from order to food! Had a "server" in the bathroom that had two dishes of money and wanted to soap my hands, turn on the water, and hand me a towel (paper). Like the Hard Rock, I believe...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    After I visited CN Tower, I stopped by at the Hard Rock Cafe at The Rogers Centre (now relocated to Yonge Street) where I had a pleasant meal and saw the Abororiginal Show from the cafe's windows! The menu is of similar international choices as to other venues worldwide.

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  • Boston Pizza

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Niagara Falls Restaurants

    When I spent another evening at Clifton Hill, I visited Boston Pizza, a Canadian pizza chain restaurant, where I had a pizza. I don't remember what pizza I ordered but I know that I had an enjoyable meal and friendly service. The restaurant offers other things such as pasta, appetizers, salads, entrees and desserts. There is a sports bar, usually...

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  • Town & Country Buffet

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    The Town & Country Buffet is located in old train wagons. This gives the restaurant its unique character. You can choose from a great range of dishes in the buffet. They've got everything from meat and fish to vegetables or rice. But of course your fries and pasta can't be left out either. And then there is also an array of deserts. The price for...

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  • Moffat Inn (Niagara-on-the-Lake)

    Niagara Falls Restaurants

    For a Canadian-style restaurant, try the Moffat Inn at Niagara-on-the-Lake: good beer and unpretentious dining in nice surroundings. You can sit in one of the bay windows and look out at 'one of Canada's prettiest streets'. Well, that's what they say. Since old Cliffie hasn't seen all the others, he'll just have to take their word for it. But he...

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  • Hot dog vendors

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    If the weather is warm, there are many vendors selling sausage sandwiches out of trucks in the downtown area. On Wellington Street in the business district, I found one that looked extremely clean. Luckily, I stopped at a time that was not so busy -- and I had a chance to chat with the owner. He is a real connoisseur of sausages! He offers a choice...

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  • Outback Steakhouse

    3 out of 5 stars

    Niagara Falls Restaurants

    I have to admit I couldn't really remember what I ordered, hahaha, but it is two years ago, so maybe that is not surprising :-) I do remember that it tasted really good and that there was plenty of it! You can order anything from seasoned steaks, prime rib, chops, ribs, chicken, seafood and pasta. But remember not to order too much side-dishes....

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  • Pappas Grill

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Monday, Aug 15 - Lunch. This is the first time that I'm writing a review online. This should be enough to tell you how outraged I was by how BAD this restaurant was. I ordered the Bacon and Canadian Cheddar Burger ($11), without onions and with the bacon well-done - I specifically asked "not to see any fat" in the bacon. What I got was something...

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  • Oban Inn

    Niagara Falls Restaurants

    I took my former boyfriend here as a surprise when he was visiting from Scotland. He lives 30 miles from the original Oban Inn located, where else, but Oban, Scotland. The people who built this place were from that Scottish town. There's a great pub in there where you can relax and have a drink or have a full meal in one of the dining areas. As...

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  • Old Spaghetti Factory

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    The Old Spaghetti Factory is a must when visiting Toronto. Growing up outside the city we frequented it often, and even now when I bring visitors to the city, I make sure they try this place. The restaurant is full of all kinds of antiques and interesting pieces, I'm still finding new things and pieces to admire when I visit. With a variety of...

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  • Kelseys

    4 out of 5 stars

    Niagara Falls Restaurants

    Kelsey's is a neighbourhood Bar & Grill. It was very busy when we(HANS & I, ROY & SUE, DIANA & JOSE) were there. Kelsey's menu features more than 70 items to satisfy a variety of tastes--salads, pasta dishes, steak & seafood, ribs, burgers & wings.

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  • Captain John's Seafood

    3 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    There is nothing encouraging as you enter this morgue but do not assume it must be better than it looks. THe place is incredibly grubby; personally I had a hard time deciding whether the waiter's jacket or the refilled tomato sauce bottle was the most offensive. But plenty other options for you to choose your own 'winner'. Good idea for a place....

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  • Spring Rolls

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    If you love Thai, Spring Rolls is great food at a great price. I recommend the Spicy Coconut Soup (Tom Kha) and the Sesame ginger Salad. For entrees try the Pad Thai, its amazing, or the Tango Mango Chicken. If you're not to hungry, I suggest spliting an entree they are huge! It restaurant started with only one location, but has since expanded....

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  • Hot House cafe

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Magda and I went to this great restaurant for our dinner one evening. I don't remember what I ordered but I know that the food was wonderful! I remember the attractive waiter we had and he also served me at brunch the following day! So wonderful that I returned the next day for Sunday Brunch where a buffet was served with a wide range of choices...

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  • Hernando's Hideaway

    3 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    The entrance is not very large, but ascend the stairs and you'll find an excellent Mexican restaurant with a great atmosphere! The food here is really good! Everyone I was with ordered something different (burritos, carne chilli, steak fajitas), but we tried each other's dishes and it was all very good! If you like spicy foods, there are plenty of...

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  • Baton Rouge

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    We ate here on our first night in Toronto after visiting what was then The Eaton Centre. The place was pretty busy but we managed to get a table. The menu was really varied and catered for most tastes. Plenty of delicious cajun dishes on offer. I can't remember exactly what we had but know that it was good. Worth a visit. Tricky Dicky's rating 7.5...

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  • Richtree

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    There are many different Richtree locations across the city. The ones I know of are the one at the Eaton Center and the one at BCE place. Personally I've never had an issue with them and used to think very highly of them until two day ago when I found an olive pit in their pizza that cracked a tooth two days later still getting the runaround from...

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  • Canoe

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    We visited Canoe for lunch whilst on honeymoon - partly because of the excellent reviews of the food but also for the views - which unfortunately due to bad weather the day we came were non existant! - they had very kindly given us a window seat so we could see out. The food was devine - we loved everything that we picked. The waiters were also...

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  • Wayne Gretzky

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Cheese Cappeletti travelled from Newfoundland my girlfriend got food poisoning the next day throwing up from 6 am to 12 noon it has ruined are trip do not recommend Cheese Cappeletti and chicken macroni

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  • Pho Hung

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Just north of Dundas West on Spadina, you cannot ignore and laugh a little at the name of Pho Hung. However, don't get fooled, they make amazing Pho. The menu either is not too overwhelming unlike some Chinese restaurants (I understand, this is a Vietnamese restaurant). The menu is simple and easy to read. And yes, they're THAT inexpensive....

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  • Cora's Breakfast & Lunch

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Cora is also a cozy place to eat breakfast the servings is not that big as Eggsmart but the fruit included stand out. They only serve 2 eggs, 1 sausage etc but in Eggsmart it's doubled. The taste is almost the same. The inside was organized, with paintings and they have more staff that made service much faster. They have other location too at Blue...

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  • Cafe Crepe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    I just left this little place called Cafe Crepe, which has been there forever, at least as far as I can remember. I ordered a grilled panini to go, paid for it and as I waited I saw the cashier, the same girl who I gave 20 bucks to pay for the sandwich, going to the fridge and grabbing a ready made sandwich with her own bare hands and bring to the...

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  • SALAD KING

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    The food is of very good quality, the service is friendly and competent, and the prices are definitely affordable, despite being located directly on Yonge street. But really, that's not why you're here. You're here because of their infamous "1-20 chili" scale. Those lamenting the blandness of other restaurant's "spicy" dishes will not leave here...

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  • Shopsy's.

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Whoever thought that finding a good old deli in downtown Toronto would be so difficult? I asked, I researched online, but there doesn't seem to be anything famous in the same vein as Montreal's "Ben's" or "Schwartz's" restaurants. So, what's a person to do with a craving for smoked meat then? It's Shopsy's... I realized that Shopsy's is the...

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  • Elephant & Castle

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    This restaurant/pub was very close to the hotel. The food is basic like all of the other Elephant and Castles around the country, but it was good. I ordered a chicken sandwich both times I was there and it came with a small salad as well for about $ 10. All I had was the chicken sandwich, so that was my favorite dish ;)

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  • Bier Markt

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Don't go to the Bier Markt. They are *** when it comes to bringing in innocent cupcakes to celebrate someone's birthday. They went as far as saying that we may "poison people" around us with the cupcakes. The GM guarded us at the entrance making sure NOTHING comes in. We were forced to go outside to eat. What's stopping me from giving these...

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  • Dangerous Dan's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Absolutely the worst customer service I have ever witnessed….. My boyfriend and I had heard amazing things about Dangerous Dan’s Food so we decided to try it one weekend when we were in Toronto. We are both in our 30’s and had a couple with us who are in their late 50’s. Unfortunately my boyfriend is diabetic and on our way to the restaurant his...

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  • Ginger

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    I think I ate here the most during my third visit to Toronto and I like it so much. They got my taste on noodles . I tried all their soups and my favorite is the seafood noodles. It's very affordable and there are more asian cuisine you can choose from. I think this is the best Vietnamese restaurant they have in the city. Seafood noodle

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  • Pickle Barrel

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    My family and I had a great experience at the pickle Barrel last night. The restaurant was very busy and but that did not affect our service at all! Once we sat down the waitress arrived within a few short minutes and was very attentive to our table throughout the whole meal. The Food was very good and arrived at our table at the same time. The...

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  • The Purple Onion

    5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    The food is amazing at the purple onion I have been there countless of times for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The food comes pretty quick, and the place is filled with old novelty items such as old soda bottles, and plenty of pictures lining the walls.

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  • Alice Fazooli's

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    General restaurant atmosphere open concept place like Jack Astors and such places. Menu is normal and not daring. Normal fare selection. Service is good. The place is located is a good place downtown so that afterwards you can go cruise the ladies at the bars nearby, with that garlic breath ;) Have fun chowder heads. Pastas! Sure you can make the...

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  • Giovanna's Trattoria

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    I am italian (actually, a proud "roman"!) living in the US. My husband had some business meetings in Toronto and I went with him. We travel quite a lot and in different parts of the world. Our hotel was centrally located and I went for a long walk to Little Italy. I walked into a local italian music and video store where I inquired with an italian...

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  • Fionn MacCool

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    I visited the new Fion Macools at the Toronto airport this morning prior to an early morning flight, looking for a sit down breakfast at a decent restaurant. This one seemed to be the only one available after going through security, and it looked alright, so we decided to try it. The breakfast menu had the typical eggs sausage or bacon, home fries...

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  • Sushi On Bloor

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Sushi on Bloor used to be my favorite though now I lean towards "New Generation" which is also on this same street. I went in for lunch today on a whim and it was super. I must say I have always preferred Sushi on Bloor's salad; I have no idea what dressing they use (though you can purchase a tub of it for $5.00) but it is a great combination of...

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