Unforgettable, stunning, and definitely a must see experience. Toronto’s iconic CN Tower and its revolving 360 Restaurant needs no introduction. It offers a 360 degree view of Toronto as it makes a full revolution every 72 minutes at a height of 351 metres (1,151 ft.).
Boasting one of the best views in the world for a restaurant, it also has great food. The Alberta Prime Rib of Beef is excellent. It came perfectly medium rare, the way I asked for it. It’s served with sour cream and horseradish mash, asparagus, and natural jus. The dessert was also spectacular, a dark chocolate tower with Beamsille sour cherries, and Dillon’s rose gin crème Anglaise. Skip the appetizer, and just order the main and dessert for $65.00. However, if you’re coming with a hefty appetite, the Prix Fixe three course meal is $79.00.
The service is very good, the waiting staff are very accommodating. If I could make a suggestion, perhaps the waiting staff could be a bit friendlier and establish a stronger rapport with the customer.
My recommendation is to reserve your seat an hour to 30 minutes before sunset. So you can experience Toronto by day and by night. Also, by making a reservation and ordering a minimum of two courses you don’t have to pay for the elevator ride which is $35.00 Canadian.
Believe me you’ll have an unforgettable experience! There hasn’t been a student from Greater Toronto Language School who regretted it. It’s money well spent.