Go for the view but eat somewhere else. The prices are high which is OK for the location but the quality is lacking.
We were a large group and some of us have a fear of heights. If you're afraid of heights, choose a table near the center of the restaurant. You will have a beautiful view of Toronto without seeing the height. As I am afraid of heights, I did not go on the glass floor, but several of my colleagues have... More
I went during the night and you have to pay to get to the restaurant which also allows you to go to the top level. The food was ok, the service was excellent and the view was incredible. The view is better at night.
My fiancé and I had dinner at 360 on Friday, November 22 at 8:30PM. It was a perfect start to a wonderful weekend in the city. We were greeted promptly and kindly by the staff in the main CN lobby, the woman working on the elevator and the hosts in the dining room. Our server - Oscar was one of... More
Nice view was a given, as you rotate you'll get to see the entire view of Toronto which is great at night! Food quality is Excellent, we went during Winterlicious and the prix fix menu was excellent and offers plenty of choices! Services is always good of course!
After informing the restaurant of my intention to propose during the day the manager had made sure we had a table right by the window at the ready. The waiter made some brilliant reccomendations on the beer and wine and on the food. He was so attentive (although I never saw him coming) that even when I tried to top... More
My wife booked a table in the 360 resturant. It's c$55+16% tax + gratuity . It's a set menu with miltiple option of appetizer entree and dessert . Food is excellent so is the ambience. The restaurant does a full rotation in 72 mins. It's a great experience and a must if you are in Toronto. Would highly recommend this.... More
The 360 Restaurant was a bit of a let down. The food was mediocre, especially for the price (it was not cheap). The rotating restaurant to me was interesting, but if you don't get a window seat, it's a bit pointless (we did not have a window seat). Also my girlfriend said it made her a bit motion sick. Even... More
First it is quite a process to get to the restaurant. The driver didn't know where to drop us off and we had to walk forever to figure out the entrance. The elevator ride up the CN Tower is really cool, and the operators tell you about the building. Now to the dining - first the food is really expensive... More
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