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Restaurant type

  • Lounge,

Cuisine type

  • American Cuisine,


  • Vegetarian Cuisine,


  • Restaurant With Party Services,
  • Reservation,


  • Casual,
  • Family,

Products and Services

  • Dinner,
  • Tournament,
  • Dinner Theatres,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
10 Dufferin St, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $26 To $60,

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Ratings & Reviews - Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

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    Loved it!

    I went to Medieval Times for the first time and I loved it! The food is good, and there is so much of it. You won't leave hungry. If you can't finish your meal, they package it up and you can take it home. Keep in mind that you don't get any utensils, but they provide several wet wipes throughout the meal. The entertainment is the best part of the night. The horse tricks, jousting, sword fighting - it's all amazing. It was a little expensive ($65 per person), but we ordered online and upgraded to Royalty for free (a $20 value per person) which gave us seats in the second row. When we checked in to get our tickets, they upgraded us to King's Royalty for FREE (a $40 value per person!) We sat in the front row, got a free DVD, free banner for our knight and a free program. I was very impressed with that. The gift shops are kind of expensive, but still fun. I would definitely go again, but not for $65 per person. I would only go if I had the group rate of $35 per person. My only complaint: the signs for parking said they take cash and credit, but once we got to the gate, they said they only took cash. We had to run around and look for an ATM, which was a pain in the butt. Be sure to bring a little extra cash to tip the server as well.

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    It is what it is....entertainment.

    Meh. I think we all know what this is--entertainment with included food (rather than the other way around). That said, the food is nothing special--chicken and ribs, garlic bread, potatoes, pop and a pastry. Typical "family entertainment" type fare. Be sure to bring lots of wetwipes and Purel though, as part of the novelty is that you don't get any cutlery (as in "Medieval Times"). I personally find that barbaric (I like my hands clean), but hey, I guess that's all part of the "fun"... The tournament is amusing, but I don't think I'd need to see it more than once. All in all--a fun, kitschy thing to do once in a blue moon.

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    It's one of the best entertainment for the family. Just bring wet wipes as one does eat with hands and no silver ware.

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