Feast your eyes and fill your bellies! Dining out is no longer focused solely on the food. It’s about the entire experience. The atmosphere, the presentation, the flavours, the creativity and the décor and venue all create a special package for diners. In Toronto, there is no shortage of unique and beautiful restaurants to enjoy a magic dining experience.
When you’re looking for more than just a quick burger, these beautiful restaurants in Toronto will surely meet your expectations.
Walking into Oretta takes your breath away. Between the décor and dramatic ceilings, you may even forget you came to indulge in their delicious Italian food. The restaurant has stunning hues of pink paired perfectly with blues, mustard yellow and greys. Leafy green tropical plants are perfectly placed throughout and there is always a healthy crowd of diners filling the restaurant with cheerful conversation. At this restaurant, you will always have something to talk about.
Who doesn’t love entering a restaurant that makes you feel as though you just got off a flight and ended up in a new location? La Palma is very L.A.! If you were to pass it on the street, you would be curious about the all-white rectangle building with a simple neon sign. Owners, Craig Harding and Alexandra Hutchison drew inspiration for their second restaurant from a trip to California, identifying similarities between Venice Beach and Trinity-Bellwoods. While it’s the next best thing to booking a flight to L.A., it’s very difficult to get a reservation. Good luck!
Located on the 44th floor of the Bisha Hotel, you know you’re in for a treat whether you dine during the day or evening. Executive Chef Ben Heaton will serve you fresh and lively flavours of the Californian and Mexican coastlines. You can also feast your eyes on the calming décor inspired by the Baja Peninsula.
LEÑA is South American cooking served in a stunning space filled with rich blues, marble, gold trimmings and gorgeous patterned tiles that overwhelm the eyes. When you are served your flavourful dishes, the dinnerware is as gorgeous as the venue. Everything about LEÑA is a beautiful experience from the flavours on your tongues to the décor.
If you’re in the mood for pizza that tastes more authentic than the ones you order from the local pizza delivery place down the street, Piano Piano is the place to go. Located on Harbord Street amongst other unique places to dine out, the façade of this restaurants gives you a hint that you’re about to enjoy something wonderful. Piano Piano has a glamorous feel, with dark wallpaper featuring large floral patterns. It truly is a special place. Feast on delicious plates of pasta, large pizzas and charcuterie boards.
Dreaming of Paris? Café Cancan offers a little slice of French cuisine in the most darling narrow bistro that exudes Paris. The gorgeous space was designed by Tiffany Pratt and features pink and blue pastels and wainscoting throughout. It truly feels as though you have landed in Paris when you step inside this perfect French paradise. Sit down for a little Champagne and enjoy some French meals.
Source: Chestnut Park Blog