On the 21st of October, last year I got the chance to eat at this fine cuisine. I think it will do justice to the restaurant if I say I was beyond excited. I was not only excited because it was my first time at the CN tower, but because I got to dine at the 360 restaurant.
You feel the thrill running through your veins once you pass through security and enter the minute long elevator. As you would know, the 360 restaurant is approximately 351 metres from the ground, thereby you get a memorable view. A revolving view of solace and enchantment. The view was somewhat the beginning of my journey there because you get to see the city of Toronto itself, from the Billy Bishop airport to the lake.
Now! let's talk food. I feel I should be a food critic in the sense that I am able to differentiate between good food and bad food. Also, I am able to understand multiculturalism of food while respecting different cultures.
For my appetizer I had cold shrimp with lemon and sauce, for my main I had beef and took out of my brothers baked potato, and for my dessert I had Vanilla ice cream and cookies. I kept it simple because this was my first time visiting the restaurant. Usually when I visit a new restaurant I eat the simplest thing and then the next time I visit, I eat something different. I do this because if a restaurant can't balance the right flavours in a simple dish, then you're in for trouble when you taste something you're not familiar with.
So if you're looking for a breathtaking restaurant known for its ambiance, the 360 restaurant is probably ready to serve you.