On Top of the World!

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When visualizing Toronto, Ontario you may think of the Hockey Hall of Fame, St. Lawrence Market, and the Steam Whistle Brewery. All three are great places to visit during the day, but in the evening, don’t forget to reserve your table at the CN Towers 360 Revolving.Last week Tastebud B and myself took a trip with friends to visit our neighbors to the north. We spent most of our trip in the beautiful city of Toronto, Ontario. On one evening a friend made reservations for the whole group at the CN Towers 360 Revolving and we knew this would be the perfect chance to expand our website and experiences with our readers and fans.

I have to start off by saying that this is an amazing experience. The view is breathtaking, the menu has plenty of options, and the service is on key. It is a place to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, romantic night out, or to enjoy good times with friends. And with a “smart casual” dress code you can’t go wrong with dress jeans and nice shirt or suit and tie.

Now time for the good stuff…the food!

I went with the Prix Fixe menu. The options for this were fun and exciting and it was easier on the credit card as well than ordering for the regular menu. Plus, by doing this, it left open the cash flow to order wine or a special drink.

The Prix Fixe for 68 Canadian Dollars is a four course meal and my selection was:

Watermellon and Feta Cheese

Niagara “Pingue” Prosciuitto and aged Parmesan Cheese

Slow Roasted, Aged Canadian AAA Prime Rib of Beef – Prepared Medium

Summer Berry Shortcake
As you can see the meal looked great…it tasted even better! The whole meal and experience is something that I will never forget. The next time you are in Toronto make sure to experience a great time On top of the World
Below is a picture of all of us. Check out the view! Remember, it does revolve, so your view slowly changes so you get the lake and city.

One thought on “On Top of the World!

  1. I ate dinner at the CN Tower with my parents on a family vacation in the mid 1980's – I had forgotten about that until reading your post! Now I want to go back, enjoy the view, and eat that shortcake!

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