This spring, get reacquainted with some of Toronto’s top chefs.
1. Join the city’s high flyers 54 storeys above Bay Street at Canoe, where chef Anthony Walsh presents a menu inspired by Canada’s diverse natural bounty.
2. One of the city’s best kept secrets, George features seasonal dishes—some made with produce grown at the restaurant—created by chef Lorenzo Loseto. His 10-course tasting menu, $130, is an epicurean’s dream.
3. The first and most renowned of star chef Mark McEwan’s three local establishments, North 44° offers sophisticated Midtown ambience and gourmet continental cuisine.
4. Chef Keith Froggett oversees the French-influenced menu at exceptional Scaramouche. Leave room for dessert: pastry chef Joanne Yolles makes a coconut cream pie to die for.
5. Pan-Asian and classical Western flavours and cooking techniques are combined by chef Patrick Lin, whose signature dishes at Sensesinclude wok-fried lobster tail in preserved black bean, $45.