A restaurant's atmosphere strongly depends upon its artistic and creative design within the venue. There are several restaurants in Toronto that are visually appealing and have beautiful decors, the list can go on and on.
Each restaurant has a design that is unique and charming in its own way. Dining in a beautiful environment will compliment the flavour of your dish and leave you with an unforgettable experience.
Here's a list of the 8 most beautiful restaurants in Toronto that you should have dinner at, at least once :
1. America Restaurant // 325 Bay St.
America is located on the 31st floor of the Trump Tower. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week. It seats 110 guests all together in their dining area and resto lounge. Some evenings the restaurant turns into a nightclub, that offers bottle service and exquisite cocktails.
2. Bar Raval // 505 College St.
Bar Raval measures up to the art nouveau histories of the pinxto bars in Barcelona. It features a carved mahogany interior, with polished sculpted wood that has different patterns and linings. The tapas bar serves authentic Spanish cuisine in an artistic and unique environment. It can accommodate 40 people inside and will have space for another 50 once the patio is ready.
3. Byblos //11 Duncan St.
Byblos is a Middle Eastern cuisine restaurant that is decorated with traditional statement pieces such as Turkish coffee pots, rugs and gold chandeliers. The interior colours, air lighting and overall atmosphere enhances the flavours of Middle Eastern dishes served at Byblos.
4. R&D // 241 Spadina Ave
R&D serves modern Canadian asian cuisine in a spacious environment, with three different rooms for seating that are decorated with unique Chinese street art. This extraordinary restaurant is owned by Alvin Leung, who is the winner of Master Chef Canada.
Photo cred - Tappo
5. Tappo Wine Bar & Restaurant // 2 Trinity St.
Tappo is an upscale-casual Italian restaurant that is located in the Distillery District. It serves traditional Italian cuisine in a fine dining environment that is very welcoming. The stone walls, high ceilings and antique items compliment the strong gothic flair present in the restaurant.
6. Bent // 777 Dundas St W
Bent is an Asian fusion restaurant owned by one of Toronto's greatest chefs, Susur Lee. The elegant bistro has a light and fresh decor, complimented by patterned tiles and vintage furniture. The unique wall in the dining area instantly attracts the eye with a variety of dolls and figurines positioned inside the mantelpiece.
7. The Sultan's Tent & Cafe Moroc // 49 Front St E.
The traditional decor and ambient lightening makes The Sultan's Tent very cozy and appealing. The restaurant features beautiful statement pieces such as tents, furniture and artistic objects that highlight the wonders of the French-Moroccan culture.
8. Blowfish // 668 King St W.
Blowfish offers a fine dining experience in a beautiful casual atmosphere. Enjoy a variety of Japanese inspired French fusion dishes in this vibrant environment. The luxurious chandeliers and modern decor creates an overall flattering look and ambiance at Blowfish.
9. La Société // 131 Bloor St. W
The Parisian style decor is vividly projected through the huge stained-glass ceiling, patterned tiles and floral arrangement. La Societe has become one of the most popular French-bistros in Toronto, not only for its delicious food but for its charming atmosphere.
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