The best restaurants for a business lunch in Toronto are all about attention to detail and careful planning all while making it look effortless, and of course a location close to high-powered offices doesn’t hurt. Wheel and deal at these places while looking good and eating well.
Here are the best restaurants for a business lunch in Toronto.7 - Buca (King West)
The upscale Italian spot that cuts pizza with scissors is located conveniently near King and Portland, and its sleek interior is perfect for hushed lunches.
2 - Cactus Club Cafe
Located in First Canadian Place, this simple and crowd-pleasing restaurant serves casual and healthy salads and bowls, sandwiches, burgers and tacos, as well as customizable steaks.
6 - Momofuku Daisho
From its third floor spot on University, their main lunch menu features Asian treatments of Ontario meats and large format meals for big groups. The space is also a showstopper for its views.
8 - Nota Bene
Right down the street from Osgoode station, this place is very easy to get to from many offices and the local courthouse. Its stunning Italian-Canadian menu features small seafood and meat plates.
11 - Miku
The flame-seared sushi at this Queen’s Quay Japanese restaurant is sure to impress. Weekday lunches include standard nigiri and sashimi lunch combo options as well as salads and small plates.
10 - Figo
Serving Italian cuisine on Adelaide West in a bright white and clean atmosphere, this place has a group lunch prix fixe with soup, salad and gelato as well as $5 beer and $10 prosecco.
9 - The Gabardine
This Financial District spot is known for serving some of the best mac and cheese in one of Toronto's busiest areas. Its vibrant bistro vibe is great for a casual business lunch with colleagues.
5 - The Chase Toronto
This Financial District seafood restaurant has a powerhouse menu of lobster and foie gras and also offers meat and veg dishes for dignified flexibility.
1 - Drake 150
In our bustling Financial District, this dependable lunch spot has a menu of starters, sharers, pizzas, pastas and entrees like smoke salmon nicoise, burgers and steaks.
4 - Gusto 101
This busy Italian spot on Portland with two patios is where to go around King West for a casual business lunch for larger groups.
3 - Canoe
The view alone from this dazzling Oliver & Bonacini restaurant atop TD Tower will make you feel powerful. Featuring Canadian ingredients, ornate entrees or just spectacularly elegant drinks at their equally beautiful bar will let your partners and tastebuds know you’re serious.
12 - Lena
A Latin American restaurant right near Saks Fifth Avenue at Yonge and Richmond, this place does a power lunch for weekday meetings.
by Amy Carlberg via blogTO