Worth The Splurge Restaurants In Toronto

Worth The Splurge Restaurants In Toronto

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Go ahead and blow your paycheck - these decadent spots in Toronto are worth it.

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    shrimp pesto flat bread was good , the chicken souvlaki would've been better on a thin wrap than the pita. I want to go back and try the chicken lettuce wraps and some of their drinks looked nice. -- Terralyn Cable via Foursquare
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    Beer...lots of beers to choose from...a great place to hang out with good friends and have a great night. -- Gordon Chan via Foursquare
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    Although the most popular item at this patisserie is the macaroon — in every flavor and color imaginable, from caramel to pistachio — the pain au chocolate with almonds is also a notable. -- ToryBurch via Foursquare
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    Bills itself as the city’s largest sports bar which includes 112 taps, 29 beers and North America’s largest indoor HD screen. We're sold. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    The burritos should be called spring rolls. I made sure to put the lime wedge next to a piece of burrito to give perspective of the size -- Anne via Foursquare
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    The Bronx Burger Certified Angus Beef patty, beer battered onion rings, roasted garlic aioli, red pepper relish, aged white cheddar and rocket greens, toasted sesame seed burger bun. -- Leo M. via Foursquare
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    Believe the hype for the Tasting Menu. Yes, it's more expensive than the menu, but it's a taste adventure that will bring you 6-8 courses, and fill up your entire evening. Eat it at Chefs table. Yum! -- DJ Friend via Foursquare
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    please take me out on a date I will not disappoint you. my favorite North York feels like downtown hang out joint. -- Above All Event Myriam Sinclair via Foursquare
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    The pizzas are cooked in the woodburing oven for 90 secs so the dough can seem a bit under cooked. Ask for it well done if you want the thin crust shell a little crispier. -- Gavin McGarry via Foursquare
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    food is consistent, things are on the menu for a reason. built in an old courthouse, check out the holding cells downstairs by the washrooms. also, usually pretty loud here. wouldn't change a thing (: -- Mandy Poon via Foursquare
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    One of the most iconic restaurants in Toronto; for its acclaimed regional Canadian cuisine as much as for its stunning views from atop the landmark TD Bank Tower. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Menu is pricey but a main course or prix fixe order gets you a free ride and priority access up the tower - a $25 & countless time value, especially if there's a long line :) -- George Hyros via Foursquare
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