Want to make an impression this Valentine’s Day?
Toronto has hundreds of beautiful dining places in ambient settings in which you can celebrate togetherness. This Valentine’s Day, we’ve selected five restaurants for you to consider visiting. Everything is provided in the selection below!
Address: 66 Wellington St W 54th floor
Tel: +1 416-364-0054
On the 54th floor of the TD Tower, you’ll find style and sophistication.
Canoe has long been a Toronto classic, where businessmen gather for essential business meetings and families celebrate significant occasions. This historic restaurant has re-established itself as one of Toronto’s most important dining destinations thanks to a renovation.
Aside from its spectacular city views, this sophisticated, premium restaurant is well recognized as a romantic date destination for gourmets with refined tastes. The decor is rich in copper accents, wooden chandeliers, and romantic lights.
Beyond maple syrup and poutine, the menu of contemporary Canadian cuisine pays respect to the North. Canoe pulls out all the stops, from Atlantic halibut with sea lettuce tartar and exquisite onion rings to an aged Alberta filet that will make you drool.
Address: 55 BLOOR ST. W., 51ST FLOOR
Tel: +1 416-967-0000
The atmosphere at AP restaurant is great for a romantic evening with your significant other. Black marble tables and soft, floral-patterned banquettes complement the romantic setting. It may be challenging to tear your gaze away from the city’s magnificent sight to look into each other’s eyes, but the view is worth it.
Delicate bluefin tuna tataki swimming in a ginger emulsion, crispy gyoza, and maki rolls are among the exquisite dishes available. Then, for the main course, try lemongrass lamb chops and wagyu steak, both of which will make your date swoon. Wine and beer are available, but it would be unwise not to taste some of their wonderful sake selection. Cocktails here are as sophisticated as the cuisine, with layers and textures.
Address: 365 Bay St, Toronto
Tel: +416 364 6600
An unwavering commitment to fine food, excellent service, and perfectly cooked steak.
It’s the perfect place to celebrate life’s grandest occasions, or just enjoy great food and drink every day. Hy’s is known and beloved for serving the freshest beef and seafood tableside along with the best beef and seafood.
Address: 485 King St W, Toronto
Tel: +1 416-363-8388
The soft lighting, comfortable seats, and shared dishes at Baro make it ideal for a romantic date.
In its multi-level area, this bustling King West restaurant welcomes many group hangouts. Some of the areas are better suited to partying than dining. The main dining room, with its plant-fringed walls and comfortable chairs, has the most romantic appeal. The menu is inspired by cuisines from all throughout Latin America. The redesigned duck chaufa, a variation on the Peruvian delicacy “arroz chaufa,” is perfectly caramelized fried rice mixed with duck confit, edamame, and chili served in a hot stone bowl. The drinks menu features classic cocktails as well as unique mixes inspired by Latin American cuisine.
Address: 225 King St W Suite 100
Tel: +1 416-519-9182
Minami is an excellent choice for your first date.
Vancouver’s hottest contemporary Japanese food destination has arrived in Toronto’s lively King West area.
Minami is ABURI Restaurants’ fourth culinary concept, along with sister venues Miku Toronto, ABURI TORA, and ABURI HANA in broadening the reach of revolutionary Aburi cuisine within the Toronto culinary community.
The restaurant’s specialties include flame-seared sushi, wagyu served on a sizzling stone hot plate alongside black garlic miso, truffle kimizu (egg and rice vinegar sauce), and seasonal vegetables.
Minami’s award-winning decor, which includes lit arched screens made of glazed fabrics and a painting by Japanese painter Hideki Kimura, will already provide enough food for you and your companion.
Minami’s broad selections, sensual interior, and adherence to safety set the new King West standard, showcasing contemporary Japanese food and a large assortment of creative cocktails, wines, and spirits.
Where will you take your valentine to dinner this Valentine’s Day?