Restaurants in Ontario
Stop in for affordable fare, including beef and Provençal fish stews and build-your-own sandwiches.
Afternoon tea served by hostesses in early-1900’s-style garb.
Authentic Neopolitan-style pizzas are on the menu at this Beaconsfield Village pizzeria, which uses fresh ingredients and a wood-burning oven handmade in Naples for owners Rocco Agostino and Max Rimaldi.
From his humble beginnings in a Hong Kong hotel kitchen, chef Susur Lee now brings his internationally-known talents to LEE restaurant in the King West neighborhood. Inside, the restaurant boasts bright red walls, candle lit tables, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The hotel restaurant does well with the classics, like printanier salad and baked Canadian Brie.
Located on an up-and-coming street in the heart of West Queen West, Union, Toronto serves up culinary Canadiana in a Parisian-bistro-inspired locavore restaurant.