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3.5 stars 73 reviews

C5 Restaurant Lounge

100 Queen's Park
Toronto, ON  M5S 2C6

(416) 586-7928

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February 23, 2013

C5 is located at the pinnacle of the new Michael Lee-Chin Crystal in the ROM. It is a unique dining destination that provides a superlative gastronomic experience and a sophisticated lounge environment. With its soaring peaked ceiling, the interior of C5 reflects the modern finishes and contemporary look of the Lee-Chin Crystal’s architecture, designed by Daniel Libiskind. Award winning Toronto... more

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September 06, 2012

c5 is a unique dining destination featuring menus from the ROM's new Executive Chef, Corbin Tomaszeski. Enjoy a casual yet tasteful dining experience in the c5 crystal dining room or comfortable lounge, located at the pinnacle of the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal.The elegant dining ambiance allow patrons to enjoy stunning views of the cityscape. c5's dining room and lounge are open 7 days a week for... more

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October 28, 2011

c5 Restaurant Lounge, located at the pinnacle of the new Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, is a unique dining destination that provides superlative gastronomic experiences in an unparalleled setting.

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English
June 21, 2012

Daniel Libeskind's angular glass-and-metal addition to the Royal Ontario Museum may be filled with dinosaur skeletons and stuffed birds, but the fifth floor is reserved for the pursuit of fine culinary enjoyment. The space looks something like a postmodern attic—vaulted ceiling, angular walls, open kitchen, slashes of window veering in odd directions—and the crowd is just what you'd expect:... more

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3.5 star rating
January 13, 2012

The renovation of the Royal Ontario Museum remains controversial, but there's little argument that this beautiful restaurant, which is located on the top level and is headed by chef Ted Corrado, is worth a visit. The skylights and crisscrossing window segments provide a gorgeous view of the city. More importantly, the modern and chic dining room is host to fine dining with a distinct local flavor.

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3.5 star rating
March 26, 2011

|| Click here or scroll down for Tim's original sneak peek review: A Look Inside Crystal Five. ||Trying out a restaurant during Winterlicious can be dicey. Many of the higher-end and more established Toronto restaurants don't put their back into the meals and service they present to Winterlicious patrons. I'm not proud of that Toronto, but there, I've said it.So I was nervous about trying out... more

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3.5 star rating
I have often taken visitors
April 13, 2013

I have often taken visitors from out-of-town for lunch at C5, and it has always been a pleasant experience. I prefer C5 to Frank because of the view and the lower noise level. I hope that you re-open soon.

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3.5 star rating
Enjoyed a delectable lunch,
April 03, 2013

Enjoyed a delectable lunch, was pleasantly surprised by the view, nice modern decor. We has a very nice lunch,

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3.5 star rating
Service is not bad, however,
March 28, 2013

Service is not bad, however, it is just too slow. The food took too long to arrive, considering the dining room is not full. Wait staff are slow as well.

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May 22, 2013

Designed by famed architect Daniel Libeskind, the 175,000 square-foot, aluminum-and-glass-covered Michael Lee-Chin Crystal is composed of five interlocking, self-supporting prismatic structures. c5 Restaurant Lounge is located in the top of the fifth crystal, hence the name c5.

c5 Restaurant and Lounge and c5 Catering firmly believes in the philosophy of “think globally – eat locally”. By... more

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September 10, 2011

Be it fine dining or simply to hang out with a few drinks, C5 Restaurant Lounge is menat for all. The place has a flourishing menu offering scrumptious European cuisine and is also open to catering for various events. There is also a Food Studio that offers food made from organic, farm-fresh ingredients.

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