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One, super-chef Mark McEwan’s ultra-luxe spot, draws in gourmands with the promise of minimally garnished but perfectly prepared meat and fish. A few blocks south, the lofty, modern interior of the Royal Ontario Museum’s C5 echoes the ambitions of its internationally inspired, locally sourced dishes. If exotic tastes whet your appetite, sample upmarket northern Indian fare in copper vessels at Amaya, or head to Greg Couillard’s Spice Room, where dishes like peppered beef tenderloin with ginger and tandoori foie gras heat up its haute cuisine. Sexy yet uncomplicated sophistication defines Marben, where hipsters nosh on global cuisine in an engagingly uncluttered dining room and lounge. And in an area increasingly flush with hot eateries, Old Town’s Lucien offers a stimulating spread of contemporary classics.

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Tip! If you’re looking for a great place to pick up new recipes for your favourite food-lovers, try The Cookbook Store. It’s a veritable trove of tomes about every kind of cooking, with many books by top chefs like Toronto’s Susur Lee and Jamie Kennedy!

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