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The Best Tasting Menus in Toronto

The Best Tasting Menus in Toronto

The Best Tasting Menus in Toronto

You are fearless in your plight for flavour, and that journey continues with Toronto's best tasting menus. You've tried everything. Twice. You need a dining experience beyond a couple of great dishes, and this is a list of those higher meals.

Tasting menus feature the best a kitchen can muster, its technical merit and creativity. Unlike dining à la carte or by prix fixe, where you select your courses, the chef builds the menu for you. You're relinquishing control to the restaurant, so bring guests with few aversions to particular foods and savour the adventure of Chef's Choice.

66 Wellington St W 54th floor

Canoe

Canoe

Toronto shimmers out the window, and Canada sparkles on your plate at Canoe. Praising the Canadian landscape like no other, Chef Ron McKinlay is exceptionally creative, and his tasting menu offers the restaurant's best.

503 College St

DaiLo

DaiLo

When guests request the tasting menu at DaiLo, Toronto's best New Asian Cuisine is on the way. Though his food follows French tradition, every dish is a love letter to Chef Nick Liu's Hakka heritage.

1132 College St

Ten Restaurant

Ten Restaurant

Ten is the number of seats at this vegetable-forward restaurant. You'll find a friendly team led by Chef Julian Bentivegna, who showcases veggies, their versatility and sustainability. Any given menu can include meat or seafood, but only in support of the plants he offers.

163 Spadina Ave

Alo

Alo

Alo is a guiding star for Toronto's restaurant landscape and offers contemporary French cuisine. Patrick Kriss, Nick Bentley, and Tim Yun are in the kitchen, Christopher Sealy holds the cellar key, and Lee Bonds is at the well. This dream team sports excellence.

7713 Yonge St

Frilu

Frilu

Building wonder uptown at Frilu, John-Vincent Troiano and So Sakata balance the complexities of flavour with nature's straightforward beauty. Their thoughtful approach stems from Japanese tradition, an Italian influence and their close partnership with Willowolf Farm.

The Best Tasting Menus in Toronto

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The Best Tasting Menus in Toronto

Francis Wellesley

Francis Wellesley

You are fearless in your plight for flavour, and that journey continues with Toronto's best tasting menus. You've tried everything. Twice. You need a dining experience beyond a couple of great dishes, and this is a list of those higher meals.

Tasting menus feature the best a kitchen can muster, its technical merit and creativity. Unlike dining à la carte or by prix fixe, where you select your courses, the chef builds the menu for you. You're relinquishing control to the restaurant, so bring guests with few aversions to particular foods and savour the adventure of Chef's Choice.