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Romance Your Palate

These restaurants blend intimate ambience with mouth-watering menus. An unrivalled view and savoury Canadian entrées earned 360 the Restaurant at the CN Tower Where Toronto‘s 2007 Most Memorable Meal (MMM) Award for most romantic dining experience. Toulà, too, offers above-the-city vistas, plus high-quality Venetian fare. French classics like mussels in cream sauce and steak frites make for a lovely pre- or post-theatre meal at King Street’s airy Marcel’s Bistro, while Trattoria Sotto Sotto sends hearts aflutter with candlelit ambience and authentic Italian cuisine. Le Trou Normand is a similarly charming setting in which to enjoy la gastronomie, or try 7 West Café (7 Charles St. W., 416-928-9041) for a casual dinner date, 24 hours a day. Friendly environs and top-drawer live jazz at Olivia’s at 53 make it an ideal spot for sipping vino from the resto’s own microwinery. At Kaiseki Sakura, make sure you opt for the superior omakase tasting menu. In midtown, choose Scaramouche for unobtrusive service, great city views and acclaimed cuisine.

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