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The Best Hotel Restaurants in Toronto

The best hotel restaurants in Toronto aren’t just for tourists. Many of them don’t require you to be a guest of the hotel to dine at them, and rather than sheltering visitors from the local colour they invite it right into the dining room. Because they serve as food ambassadors, these are actually some of the most impressive and reliable spots in town. 

Here are the best hotel restaurants in Toronto. 


Constantine
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Constantine

There’s a Mediterranean restaurant centred around an open kitchen on the ground floor of the Anndore House near Yonge and Bloor by the same people behind Campagnolo and La Palma, serving up pasta and small plates.

Buca (Yorkville)
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Buca (Yorkville)

This Yorkville location of a popular Italian restaurant is open early so Four Seasons guests can get their bombolone and espresso early, or crudo later on.


Drake Hotel
3

Drake Hotel

One of the best restaurant burgers in the city can actually be found at this restaurant inside a rock n’ roll boutique hotel on West Queen West, where maki rolls, meatballs and cocktails also grace the menu.

Kojin
4

Kojin

This Momofuku outpost is located at the Shangri-La, serving up a refined Colombian menu of grilled meats, burgers, sausage and bread with dips.


Thompson Diner
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Thompson Diner

The nearly 24-hour diner at this hotel near Bathurst and King has some of the most comforting mac and cheese, grilled cheese sandwiches, and brunch in the city, and is even known to have hosted a celeb or two.


Luckee
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Luckee

Located at the bottom of the Entertainment District's Soho Metropolitan Hotel, this stunner from Susur Lee serves a dim sum menu and delicate cocktails.

Mother Tongue
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Mother Tongue

Under the Templar Hotel lies this Asian-Filipino-centric sharing-based snack bar, serving longanisa sammies, mussels, steak foie gras fried rice and dumplings that all go great with a sleek cocktail program.


The Civic
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The Civic

The Broadview Hotel in Riverside has this restaurant that pays homage to the neighbourhood’s heritage, bringing dishes from the previous century like venison tartare into the present.

Akira Back
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Akira Back

Adjoining Bisha Hotel, this Japanese restaurant is part of a legacy of multiple restaurants worldwide from a chef by the same name. Sophisticated sushi and an elegant tuna “pizza” are on the menu.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at Kojin

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