We booked dinner through 'Open Table'; a great third party to deal with! My only criticism was we were not reminded to check the calendar for events at the Rogers centre & got stuck in traffic; luckily we left very early and had time to spare! This is handy & important information for visitors and 'newbies' to the city; especially when road closures prevent access in the one-way street maze that is the city centre!
The views were breathtaking and we could see forever, being blessed with clear conditions. Food presentation was outstanding and flavour was high quality. Waiters were attentive at the outset but their care dwindled as our 'sitting' progressed, like we were not being encouraged to stay and enjoy, but rather rushed out for the next group's 'sitting'. The ambience was nice but spoilt by placement of tables reminiscent of a sardine can.
A very expensive evening but worth it to do once and tick off the bucket list. Loved being able to go out on the viewing deck after a nice meal and take in the fantastic cityscape at night. Some might think a revolving restaurant is tacky, but we enjoyed it. Definitely a place to take visitors to Toronto. The kids enjoyed working out the speed of rotation and slowly passing fixed landmarks. The fish stickers on the glass caught their attention too.
WARNING ... don't sit backwards if prone to motion sickness - hubby didn't 'feel right' at the beginning of the evening but was fine once he changed sides of the table, lol!!
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