Toronto is a city where dining have high costs, but considering the standard of living of citizens in proportion. In any case, if we are tourists, we can allow a few insane. So here list of three places to eat in the town of Ontario.
360 Restaurant: The restaurant is located on the CN Tower. You can find well-prepared and with good raw materials. The feature of the restaurant is to be “rotating”. While you are sitting, in fact, turn on the tower by showing you the 360 degrees of Toronto, from Lake Ontario with the Island to the different districts of the city. Salmon, salads, but most do not miss the desserts: really good! Good and varied wine list. It is not exactly cheap, especially in view of its exclusivity. Continue reading “Where to eat in Toronto”
The passage is actually simple: from table to tablet, the difference is little! And so in Montreal have created a restaurant pub, the Iburger, that is part of the rampant scene touch to reach out to all those who can not operate over any kind of command that is not activated by touching a glass.
The orders are then sent across the table, which incorporates a huge touchscreen on which appear the beer, sandwiches, burgers and other specialties of the house.
Once past the desire to test whether the system works well using a fork to drive the icons, you can proceed in the choice of Frites Maison, iBurger nachos, Sushi burgers, Vege burger, Dark Chocolate explosion. Continue reading “Iburger: fast food touch of Montreal”
Exploring a city is always wanting to find a terrace or roof garden from which to admire the buildings and squares from continuing to discover small urban features while you rest your feet and savor a good cup of coffee. In the case of Old Montreal this possibility is offered to discerning travelers with a series of choices…
We start from the Jardin Nelson, a restaurant with a green space with fountain and huge umbrellas, that allows you to watch the artists at work in the Place Jacques Cartier.
From 11 to 23 guests have access to Terrasse Nelligan one of the best kept secrets of Old Montreal, eat a delicious barbecue while watching the St. Lawrence River, the old port and the Notre Dame Basilica. Auberge Bonaparte, on the sixth floor, offers guests a rooftop terrace with a very broad view of the old town, to enjoy a drink while the lights of the day give way to darkness. Continue reading “Best terraces and landscaped gardens of the hotels in Old Montreal”