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Canoe Restaurant & Bar

66 Wellington St W, Toronto Dominion Bank Tower, 54th Floor
Toronto, ON  M5K 1H6

(416) 364-0054

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English
February 23, 2013

From OpenTable:

Critically acclaimed to be among Canada’s best restaurants, Canoe's unique location high atop the TD Bank Tower affords a breathtaking view of the city and Lake Ontario. The design, originally conceptualized by noted designers Yabu Pushelberg and most recently refreshed by Anacleto Design, is clean and simple, yet absolutely stylish - a brilliant reflection of Canada's rich raw... more

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February 20, 2013

Critically acclaimed to be among Canada s best restaurants, Canoe’s unique location high atop the Toronto Dominion Bank Tower affords a breathtaking view of the city. The design, by noted designers Yabu Pushelberg, is clean and simple, yet absolutely stylish – a brilliant reflection of Canada’s rich raw environment. That same brilliance is captured through the flavors and textures of Chef... more

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February 01, 2013

Critically acclaimed to be among Canada’s best restaurants, Canoe’s unique location high atop the TD Bank Tower affords a breathtaking view of the city.

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Reviews [1]
English
4 star rating
mv08 August 24, 2010
good food, great atmosphere

Went to canoe during summerlicious and thought their menu was excellent. would definitelly go back!

Editorial Reviews from the web
English
January 13, 2014

A "spectacular view of the city" (and "fancy people on parade") from a "swanky" dining room on the 54th floor of the Toronto Dominion Bank Tower provides the backdrop for "flawless" Canadian dishes with a "modern twist" at this "upscale" Financial Districter that's again rated No. 1 for Decor in the city; add in "polished" service akin to "having your own personal butler", and it's a "total... more

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June 21, 2012

If the name brings to mind a woodsy interior with lumberjack tchotchkes, think again. This much-loved haven of refined dining is situated on the 54th floor of Mies van der Rohe's TD Centre, which easily takes the crown as the handsomest office building in the city. Like the building itself, the decor is elegant and timeless, with soft blue jean–colored booths and blond wood accents. The vibe is... more

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4 star rating
June 17, 2012

On the 54th floor of the TD Tower, this chic, modern dining room is famous for its panoramic views. But the professional service; sophisticated, elegant Canadiana cuisine; and fine wine cellar are what have established it as one of the city's best restaurants. Executives dominate at lunchtime, when the feel is distinctly corporate; dinner, with the twinkling cityscape backdrop, is more... more

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English
4 star rating
January 25, 2016

There's a lot to enjoy about with this place. The service was fast and friendly (albeit it didn't feel particularly sincere), the view from the 54th level restaurant offered an expansive view of downtown Toronto, and the whole place had a pretty nice vibe. My friend and I went out here for a 1:30pm, Tuesday reso and it was surprisingly pretty packed.

The food itself was pretty good overall. We... more

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4 star rating
January 19, 2016

I went to Canoe for Summerlicious last year, it's expensive, so this is probably the cheapest way to go for the experience. Food was decent, portions were better than I expected. Friendly service, and great view. I originally thought it'd be a bit of a stuck up place, but it felt more like a cafe, which at least I found comfortable. However, I went in the day time, so maybe the night experience... more

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4 star rating
January 18, 2016

My boyfriend took me here for my birthday. It has always been on our list of places to go, but let's be honest - this place is expensive, so you need a good reason to go. For most people, it needs to be a special occasion.

Fun fact - my ears popped when I stepped off the elevator.

We were greeted by two hostesses who knew it was my birthday and wished me a happy one. Then we were seated right... more

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French
4 star rating
September 24, 2004

Food always taste good every time we go. View is great. Not crowd. Highly recommended for couples who wants a romantic, good food dinner.

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4 star rating
June 27, 2004

Overrated

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4 star rating
July 26, 2002

Our party of four arrived at the restaurant and were whisked to our seats, only to wait 10 minutes before someone came to the table to say hello, although they visited the next table 3 times! The food was lovely, although the portions were quite small for the price. Then, after our meal, when I asked to see what the selection of cheese was, I was given a simple list while the table next to us... more

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Business Description from the Web
English
September 18, 2014

A downtown fine-dining destination with spectacular views of the city. Executive chef Anthony Walsh turns out award winning Canadian-themed cuisine that could include Alberta lamb with lentils, Swiss chard and sweetbreads, and Yarmouth lobster terrine with octopus and saffron vinaigrette. Lunch, dinner Mon.-Fri.; private bookings Sat. & Sun. Smart casual. Entrees: $38-$44. AE, MC, V.

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November 04, 2013

Though the restaurant’s name evokes serene images of the Canadian wild, there’s nothing rustic about this haute (it’s on the 54th floor) cuisine. Located in the TD Bank Tower, lunchtime at Canoe is crowded with Bay Street professionals enjoying a wet lunch after a busy morning trading pork bellies. The menu boasts a downright cheeky culinary approach to Canadian regional cuisine with dishes... more

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October 23, 2013

Canoe Restaurant & Bar offers these services: bar, restaurant.

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