Monday, July 14, 2008

Dinner in 360 The Restaurant at CN Tower

On our first night in Toronto last March 2008, we decided to do something special and so we went to have dinner in CN Tower's famous revolving restaurant. I'll be blogging more about CN Tower next but for now, I'll be talking about our dining experience here.

360 The Restaurant, boasts to be "one of Toronto's finest and features unforgettable food combined with a magnificent revolving view of Toronto" is a lovely place to dine in and relax. Located about 1,151 feet above land, it serves fresh seafood cuisine that is really a delight for everyone. They serve shrimps, fish, steaks and ocassionally lobsters, crabs and other seafood.

My mom


View from the revolving restaurant

This is what I had that night, a pan seared east coast halibut fillet.

My mom had fettuccini with torn basil leaves, grill gulf shrimp and littleneck clams.

Me and my mom

Elevation (or ticket) to the observatory is complimentary for every dining individual who will have a main course. We went up the observatory after dinner which I'll blogging about next.

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eunice said...

The dishes served at the revolving restaurant look good! How much is the bill for those? Good food with awesome sceneries, what more can one ask for?

ps: u really look like ur mum! :D
i just recommended ur Thailand articles to a blogger who is going Bangkok next mth ;)

Jasper said...

hi eunice!

i really appreciate the recommendation. i also point my friends to yours :)

about the restaurant, it's quite pricey, i think it tooks us around 200 CAD for this meal. it's worth it though.