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Cuisine type

  • Canadian Cuisine,

Dishes

  • Lobster Mac And Cheese,

Features

  • Wheelchair Accessible,

Atmosphere

  • Trendy,

Products and Services

  • Online Reservations,
  • Caters,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
145 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2L2
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Rates:

  • $26 To $60 ($$$),
  • > $60,

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Ratings & Reviews - Tundra

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    Restaurantica12
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    Great dining experience!

    I had pepper cress and chevre as an appetizer, it was presented very well and was followed by the cornish hen entree which was similarly well-presented and delicious. I tried the panna cotta for the first time and it was well-presented though I don't offer an opinion on the taste. It was mildly sweet and quite light though, which was exactly what I was looking for. My girlfriend had the spring garden seedling salad which was plentiful with premium components. Her entree was grouper, a white fish, with a few strands of leek as a side. It was very tasty, but very light leaving her grateful to have ordered the salad. She had creme brulee as a dessert, which had a citrus infusion and was the best creme brulee she'd ever had. The server was very attentive and helpful, though did linger at another table partaking in a loud conversation which distracted me from my meal and over which I had to raise my voice to be heard across the table by my girlfriend. The ambiance is quite nice. Very relaxing, except if you're sitting by the many windows, in case of which the constant passing of cabs in the hotel drop-off area can become distracting as their lights shine through the window. The total bill was $123 + tip = $140. This was a large bill given neither of us had drinks, but it was worth it. The restaurant provided great service and novel foods that neither of us had tried before.

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    Restaurantica12
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    Impressed!

    OK, typical "nice" Hilton hotel restaurant. Atmosphere was not the best but ok. I was very impressed with the food. Excellent flavour experience. Very well prepared and presented.

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    Winterlicious 2017: $48 dinners

    Winterlicious 2017: $48 dinners

    From the design to the décor to the menu, Tundra was conceived to evoke the image, texture and taste of Canada. Fresh innovative design is inspired by the untamed Canadian landscape enhancing the award-winning, cutting edge cuisine. On the menu for Winterlicious: maple and black pepper compressed butternut squash with house-made ricotta, micro arugula, pomegranate and a sherry reduction; stuffed wild board shoulder with ‘nduja sausage, roasted garlic, Jerusalem artichokes, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato puree and Canadian whiskey jus; and apple funnel cake with spiced, candied peanuts and buttermilk poppy seed ice cream.

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    Winterlicious 2017: $28 lunches

    Winterlicious 2017: $28 lunches

    From the design to the décor to the menu, Tundra was conceived to evoke the image, texture and taste of Canada. Fresh, innovative design is inspired by the untamed Canadian landscape, enhancing the award-winning creative, cutting edge cuisine. Tundra offers seasonal menus using the freshest locally sourced ingredients. Their Winterlicious menu includes tundra seedling salad, with poached pears, pickled fennel, roasted hazelnuts and Ontario plum dressing; beer-braised short rib with Ontario polenta, sautéed kale, house-made kimchee and BBQ jus; and a salted chocolate caramel tart with hazelnut cream and winter berries.

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    Restaurants and bars around Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square

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    Another restaurant serving up contemporary Canadian fare is Tundra; one of the Hilton Hotel’s two on-site restaurants. Favourite dishes include their “Lumachine n’ Cheese” (mac and cheese with toasted truffle crumble and PEI-aged cheddar béchamel) and their maple and butternut squash pasta, served with spiced chestnuts and Ontario goat cheese. For those with a sweet tooth, sample their fine dessert menu or really tuck in with the Tundra dessert board – it’s curated by the chef daily and includes macaroons, chocolate brownies and other sweet treats.

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