CN Tower-360 Restaurant At The Tower
301 Front W, ON
It may not be the world’s tallest free standing structure anymore, but Toronto’s highest hot spot is still at the top of the CN Tower.
|Cuisine Type |||French, Fusion|
|Ambiance |||Meet For Drink, Fine Dining|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Great Wine List, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$41 and more|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Union station|
|Cross Street |||Front and John St|
|Daily: Lunch 11AM-2PM, Dinner: 4:30PM-10PM|
Profile Last Updated: March 11, 2008
Standing at a height of 1,151 feet, the CN Tower’s 360 restaurant is perhaps best known for a wine selection that is even more dazzling than its view. The 360’s “cellar in the sky” is stocked with over 550 varieties of local and international wines.
To Everything There is a Season
Though the menu changes with the seasons, some of the lunch dishes you might find include appetizers like the New Brunswick Acadian old sturgeon caviar parfait with potato, smoked salmon, chopped egg and parsley oil and the Canadian Charcuterie platter. An appetizer that sounds like a meal on its own, the platter is a feast of wild boar sausage, Niagara prosciutto, venison salami, cured duck breast, Quebec farmhouse cheese, Marcona almonds, olives and gherkins. Save some room though–the main dishes are equally mouthwatering. Pan-seared east coast halibut fillet comes with Quebec escargots, mashed potatoes with roasted mushrooms, double-smoked bacon and a lemon caper hot butter. Braised rabbit and duck leg come with potatoes and spaghetti squash, while the half chicken dish is coated in a roasted lavender honey glaze and served alongside sweet potato mash and root veggies drizzled in gingered cranberry sauce.
Sometimes Simplicity is Best
Even the most refined palette can crave the simpler tastes. Try the 360’s gourmet take on fish and chips, which comes with a collection of dipping sauces. Be sure to ask your server about the preparation method, for the fish is done differently each day. There’s no shortage of desserts at the 360–from the granny smith/cranberry crumble, to the dark chocolate mocha tart served with sour cherries and salted caramel ice cream, the 360 kitchen knows how to make a big finish.