Toronto's original Middle-Eastern restaurant.
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Very high ceilings thanks to open balcony instead of 2nd floor. Food was better than average. Excellent acoustics (no echo) even though there was an open atrium. Recommend this for a wedding over One King West which had bad acoustics.
Located in the heart of the downtown core on the corner of Queen and Bay and dubbed the place where Toronto does lunch, The Arcadian Court has been serving dinners since 1929. Offering lunch from 11.30 until 2.00 Monday to Saturday you’ll be able to dine in stunning surroundings and soak up the history and atmosphere. The
also offers Private functions and offsite catering with menus to suit... more
Arcadian Court offers these services: banquets, salles, réception.
Opened in 1929 when Art Deco architecture was a rage, the Arcadian Court restaurant still stands proud and tall today, despite competition from contemporaries. Modern restaurants find themselves unable to compete with Arcadian Courts magnificent natural skylights, wrought iron rails, archaic windows and mammoth chandeliers. Their resident chef is a magician of sorts who will captivate you with... more