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15 Restaurants So Beautiful In Toronto You Have To See To Believe

Toronto has some pretty amazing restaurants. We've got tons of cool cultures and niche restaurants that will surely ease your appetite. We've got places for Instagram foods, restaurants with waterfront views and more!

READ MORE: 21 Yummy Foods For Under $10 To Try In Toronto This Summer

If you're looking for a restaurant with more than just delicious food, look no further than this list. The interior design in these places will seriously blow your mind. Have you ever been to these spots:

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Baro // 485 King St W

Latin culture and cuisine seriously come to life at this beautiful King St restaurant!

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Bar Raval // 505 College St 

This Spanish bar has some of the most amazing walls in the city!

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Ricardas // 134 Peter St

This common brunch spot has incredible fare, and is perfect for the gram.

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Oretta // 633 King St W

Traditional Italian cuisine and an interior to match!

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La Société // 131 Bloor St W

You will actually feel like you're in France at this french bistro with incredible ceilings.

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Dailo // 503 College St 

This spot has a multi-cultural menu and decor to match!

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Colette // 550 Wellington St

This chic French restaurant has has an outdoor terrace to match the beautiful interior.

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Piano Piano // 88 Harbord St

This popular Toronto restaurant is absolutely beautiful! The exterior mural is stunning.

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Cluny Bistro // 35 Tank House Lane

Cluny is an incredible restaurant is distillery distract who's pretty food matches the inside perfectly.

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Planta // 1221 Bay St 

Planta is a plant based restaurant that has beautiful green decor to match it's menu.

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Alo // 163 Spadina Ave

The stylish decor of this restaurant matches the delicious French food.

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Leña // 176 Yonge St

Lena is an Argentinean eatery with a casual vibe.

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Dandylion // 1198 Queen St W

Dandylion is located in the gladstone hotel and has beautiful decor and delicious food.

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Byblos // 11 Duncan St 

This 2 story restaurant has beautiful fixtures, and amazing food.

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Scaramouche Restaurant & Pasta Bar and Grill // 1 Benvenuto Pl

This sophisticated Toronto restaurant has comfortable seating and decor to match the great food!

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