Best new Toronto restaurants for fall 2015

This season, we’ve seen some astonishing arrivals. From high end to everyday casual, there’s truly something for everyone here.Here are the top 5 restaurants in Toronto for autumn:

Café Boulud

1
60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 0A4

Sexy, stylish and sophisticated, Café Boulud is THE place to be. The food is simple, yet stellar. The room is swish, yet comfortable. You won’t want to leave and you’ll rush to come back. It’s everything.

Antler

2
1454 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1Y6

One of the most recent openings, Antler has illustrated that game doesn’t have to be heavy or gamey or boring. This is your chance to dig into rabbit, deer, bison, boar and venison, all done with elegance and refinement. Swoon.

Miku Restaurant

3
10 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5J 2R8

Miku brings high-end Japanese to the foot Bay Street at Queen’s Quay. Everything is beautifully presented, using high quality seafood and ingredients. And sake specialist Miki Ellis has curated a fascinating sake selection that is as enticing as the food.

Cactus Club

4
100 King St W, Toronto, ON M5X 1C1

Between the fully retractable, all-season roof (which even melts snow!), an art collection that includes original works and prints by Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat to name just a few and intriguing light installations (by Poul Henningsen of Denmark and Omber Arbel out of Vancouver), the space is a must for architecture and art lovers

On a cold, snowy Edmonton night, nothing says lovin’ like a cup of hot chocolate. It’s no surprise this drink was originally dubbed the “elixir of the gods.” Regardless of the variety you select, or whether you opt for the simplest hot chocolate on the menu, all I can say is ... don’t forget the marshmallows.
You don’t have to travel to Paris to have a true fine-dining experience; you can enjoy an upscale dinner, complete with a five-course meal and fine wine, right here at home. Victoria is a fine-dining destination with an excellent reputation – where talented chefs enjoy crafting delicious gourmet dishes from fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Paired with a nice cup of coffee or topped with a scoop of ice cream, pie is unbeatable comfort food. And yet it faces stiff competition from cupcakes as the city’s dessert of choice. Well, pie is fighting back with old fashioned deliciousness as well as new and tantalizing flavours.
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