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Restaurant Details
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Price range
$$$$ ($61-$100)
Alcohol
No
Service feature
No
Formal/dressy
Yes
Accepts reservations
Yes
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EmilyP
3 Reviews
10 months ago
  • I liked the food, the service was good too. Did...
  • Overall
    4.0 stars
    • Food
      4.0 stars
    • Services
      4.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      5.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $61-$100
    • Visit Again?: Yes
    • Party Size: 2
  • I liked the food, the service was good too. Did not appreciate the prices, but I gave in because THAT VIEW. I think it's hard to rate the restaurant highly just because you go in having pretty big expectations seeing as how your eating like a million miles up in the air and the prices are really high. It was still good, just didn't reach my expectations.

  • Order: Salmon entree
 
MissE
1 Review
2013/05/14
  • Horrible Service!Entree per person is a must or else they will refuse you!
  • Overall
    3.0 stars
    • Food
      3.0 stars
    • Services
      1.0 star
    • Atmosphere
      4.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $61-$100
    • Visit Again?: Maybe
    • Party Size: 6
  • I've been at 360 many times, on a romatic date or family dinner or some friends night out in toronto. Never once we had any problem ordering either appetizers or main or just desserts. Last vist on Saturday May 11 was just a horrible experience, apparently they will force you to order 1 main per person even if some people in your group only wants an appetizer. Terrible waiter we had, very argumentative and loud, he try to make a scene when i ask if we can have everything out all at once.last time i check im paying the bill so i believe i can request how i want my food to be brought out. I stopped talkign to him as he's being very lour and I requested for a different waiter, the manager Arianne came by, she also have an attitude, not even a smile. When I explained to her what happened and gave her our order, she said that each person HAVE to order a main, its their policy but she said she will let it go this time, a $300 bill I paid that night and for that amount of money, Customer service was very poor and they made me feel like they let me stay out of pity and yet my total bill is $300. I dont consider myself cheap taking to consideration that I paid for everyone. Arianne also brag about the view and the lookout floor which is free if you dine at 360 but she even confirmed that at that night there was no view as its a cloudy, rainy day. I've been to 360 many times and I looked over their site just now to see if there's anything there that sayd each guest have to order a main or else they will refuse you to give you service or to let you stay. I even asked her that and she said its their policy so i just said wow so you will refuse customers if they dont order a main, as far as I know that against some law, you just cant refuse customers no matter what they order off the menu, as long as they're dressed right and dont misbehave. Overall experience was terrible, we didn't have a good time at all, terrible people here at 360. The night after we went to Niagara Copacobana, all the waitress, staff are very attentive, every 15min or so they check up on us and fill our water and give us new plates. I will never recommed 360 ever again but niagara copacobana is amazing, what a huge difference on service and the experience we had, great service is definitely a must!

  • Order: 2Salmon, 1halibut, 2squid, choc truffles
 
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TheHenrys
19 Reviews
2013/01/04
  • A wonderful way to see Toronto
  • Overall
    4.0 stars
    • Food
      3.0 stars
    • Services
      3.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      5.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $100+
    • Visit Again?: Yes
    • Party Size: 4
  • After far too long in Toronto we finally went to the Tower. Should have done this years ago! Okay, yes it is expensive, but for that view..... We timed it perfectly and did a full revolution in the daytime and one at night - at an outside table! (5:10 arrival for a 5:30 reso on a late October Saturday). MAKE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY AND ARRIVE EARLY! The view truly is spectacular. The evening was a celebration, so we started off with cocktails and enjoyed a couple bottles of wine with dinner, Service was barely adequate - we needed more attention, plus he screwed up payment at the end of the meal. Anyhow, we all decided on the prixe fixe menu and were satisfied with the choice. Really for the price, a perfect meal is to be expected, and was not attained but there were no big complaints. The tuna appetizer was delicious, and yes small, but this is part of a multi-course menu - how much can you people eat!?! The salmon and beef were tasty enough, but sadly not hot, just lukewarm. Sigh. Ode to food served hot & on-time..... Dessert was excellent - tender apple crisp and rich chocolate.... We would have stayed even longer to enjoy the company and view, but sadly an early morning beckoned. We'll be back for a special occasion and think its a must-do if you're looking for a fancy meal and you're just visiting the area - its a beautiful way to see the city!

  • Order: Prixe fixe menu, cocktails, red wine
 
Pino
2 Reviews
2012/07/03
  • Don't Do it
  • Overall
    3.0 stars
    • Food
      1.0 star
    • Services
      4.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      3.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $61-$100
    • Visit Again?: No
    • Party Size: 9 or more
  • What a huge disappointment yet again. We only go there for the view. The chef must be a sugar addict.
    Caesar salad dressing was absolutely not Caesar and SWEET. Tuna appetizer was an insult. So small.
    Steak was nice and tender but SWEET tasting. The tortelloni was served cold and far beyond aldente. Even crunchy. There were 10 of us with eight from Australia. Most were not happy with the meal.
    The table next to us returned several dishes. I paid for us all and I felt robbed. Never again.

  • Order: Appetisers, caesar, tortellon, steak
 
AnneT
18 Reviews
2012/06/18
  • We did the prix fixe menu and were really happy...
  • Overall
    4.0 stars
    • Food
      5.0 stars
    • Services
      3.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      5.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $61-$100
    • Visit Again?: Yes
    • Party Size: 2
  • We did the prix fixe menu and were really happy with our meals. GREAT food. Service was not very good but not awful either. Tip- go at night or at least dusk, the view would have been much better, we timed our reservations poorly for the summer! Dessert was excellent as well

  • Order: caesar salad, cornish hen, chocolate tower
 
Hungryparents
2 Reviews
2012/04/25
  • Go for the experience not the food.
  • Overall
    3.0 stars
    • Food
      2.0 stars
    • Services
      4.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      4.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $61-$100
    • Visit Again?: No
    • Party Size: 4
  • While visiting Toronto with our young children my wife and I thought the compliimentary ride to the top of the tower would justify an expensive meal at the 360.

    We ascended to the top of the tower with high hopes of a fantastic meal to accompany the amazing scene out of the restaurant. Unfortunately it was only the latter that did not dissappoint us.

    The stuffed pork tenderloin itself was good, but the rest of the dish was too busy with flavours one of which was bacon. Doesn't pork tenderloin taste "porky" enough? Keeping the flavours simple would have improved the dish. The side (spatzle gratin) was unrecognizable. It was thought that it had been replaced with a bad rissotto.

    The arctic char was served on a bed of vegetables and was very good, even though it looked and tasted suspiciously like salmon. It was served with a grey foamy slosh of mushroom puree' that when served made the plate look completely unappetizing; nevertheless, we dug in and once one overlooked the appearance, did find the taste somewhat appealing, but not great. The celery root and potatoe gratin just did not have a good flavour, and the bread crumb was dry and flavourless taking a marginal side and making it completly undesirable.

    The kids chose from the children's menu. Chicken fingers and fries (good chicken fingers, fries not so much) and a pasta and chicken dish with white sauce (it was ok).

    Given the quality of the mains along with how anxious the kids were getting, we decided to take a pass on desert.

    We thought the wait staff did a very good job especially, as mentioned, when the kids were getting noisy. Everyone was very kind and made us feel welcome neverthless.

    In the end we don't regret going, all of us will remember eating at the restaurant at the top of the CN Tower while Toronto spun around below us. We all had a great time looking out the window and pointing at all the sights as they came into and then faded from view. It just seems a shame that this beacon of Canada couldn't have come with an equally memorable showcase for Canadian cuisine.

  • Order: STUFFED QUEBEC PORK TENDERLOIN; PAN SEARED ARCTIC CHAR FILET WITH NIAGARA MERLOT REDUCTION;
 
Ryan
1 Review
2012/03/30
  • It’s funny how one might remember their...
  • Overall
    3.0 stars
    • Food
      1.0 star
    • Services
      4.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      4.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $100+
    • Visit Again?: No
    • Party Size: 2
  • It’s funny how one might remember their anniversary, be it a subtle nudge from your spouse or a reminder in your calendar. This year, my wife and I decided to celebrate at the top of Toronto A.K.A the CN Tower. And let me tell your folks…. That was probably our first mistake.

    On the night in question (march 18th, 2012) we thought it might be fun to celebrate during a bleak (and possibly thunder storm filled night) at the tower. Let me first state how incredible the service was. I state this because things went downhill fast and never pulled out of the nosedive.
    We decided to partake of the prix fixe menu. My wife started with a cute amuse, followed by a lovely charcuterie plate that was well presented and according to her, “rather lovely”. I had a nice salad of fennel, beets, hazelnuts, and fiore di latte.
    And then it all went wrong…. And they were so close. For the mains my wife tried to enjoy the bacon wrapped halibut with seared scallops. I went for the risotto. We should have taken the hint when we were informed that they had run out of scallops and would offer an extra piece of fish. When our meals arrived the fish was un-sauced and dry as a bone (not to mention luke warm and I am being charitable here folks) and my risotto was cool and paste like, certainly not very appealing.

    When we sent it back, the manger suggested a change of items and my wife accommodated by selecting the roast pork loin asking for it medium well to well. I simply asked for a fresh and hot risotto. As a note we had made very clear our allergies (my onion issues and my wife’s citrus allergies. Both of us carry serious allergy relief in both benedryl and epi-pens). What arrived was a catastrophe. Pork in a pool of blood served rare at best and certainly un-rested. Sadly my risotto came our hot but served with lovely wilted chives all over it. My wife enjoyed half of my risotto and I enjoyed a glass of wine.
    I figure that was the point we gave up and ordered coffee and calvados. Once again the service was great but after 2 cocktails, a bottle of wine and 2 brandies each of the course of the evening, the $328.00 bill left us wondering what we actually enjoyed about the meal other than the view.
    The CN tower / 360 rotating restaurant seems to come around once every decade. I would suggest you let it rotate for another 10 years and give it a pass.

  • Order: prix fixe
 
Chimneysweep
19 Reviews
2012/02/03
  • Forgettable
  • Overall
    2.0 stars
    • Food
      2.0 stars
    • Services
      2.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      3.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $26-$60
    • Visit Again?: No
    • Party Size: 3
  • I ended up going her for Winterlicious and for a friend's birthday. I gave this place the benefit of the doubt and was hoping for some good things. After all, you're elevated while eating - that's a good thing.

    I don't know if its because it was a Tuesday night, but all the staff seemed confused about how to handle the restaurant layout. They had trouble bringing dish, manoevering around tables. It was a bit of a mess. Simple things like providing dessert utensils were challenging to them. Even the matire'd had trouble figure out how to seat a reserve party of four. It was just an awkward, uncomfortable experience all around. On top of that, they incorrectly processed payment at the end of the night.

    The food was underwhelming. The cauliflower bisque wasn't too bad, but served a little cold. The gnocchi was completely rubbery and the sauce was bland. It could possibly be the worst gnocci I've ever had. I figured they'd at least try to make the only vegetarian entree edible. Oh well.

    The high point for me was the apple crumble, which had a very good vanilla bean ice cream accompanying it.

    I'm aware Winterlicious is presented to customers as a price advantage. The prix fixe allows us to dine for a lower cost, but that's no excuse for serving cold, bland, ill-prepared food. I have no non-Winterlicious benchmark to compare it to, but I'm guessing this place is a dud all the time.

  • Order: Cauliflower Bisque, Gnocci, Apple Crumble
 
12 Reviews
2010/10/25
  • My boyfriend and I just came back from here for our 1 year anniversary and..
  • Overall
    5.0 stars
    • Food
      5.0 stars
    • Services
      5.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      5.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $100+
    • Visit Again?: Yes
    • Party Size: 2
  • I have got to say that this was one of the BEST restaurants that I have ever been to. I don't understand some of the bad reviews, but it also depends when you go too. The service was pretty good, I found the waiter was really nice and even made conversation with us which was quite pleasent. At first, I was nervous about coming here due to some of the negative reviews, but I figured that it wouldn't hurt to try and we agreed that if we didn't like it we won't go back. I would LOVE to come back another year from now. The atmosphere is amazing too, we got to sit right by the window. Luckily we went there half hour to an hour early than our reservation to reserve the window seat, but the real reservations were made 2 months in advance. My boyfriend and I really enjoyed the wine, the meals, dessert and my boyfriend really enjoyed his tea. I don't understand why the bad reviews, but then again to each of their own and everyone has different expierences. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone for an anniversary, birthday, it's one of those restaurants that you would be better off going on only for special ocassions due to the price. Best time to go for a beautiful atmosphere is at night time when all the lights are on.

  • Order: 360 Caesar Salad w/o croutons, Pan seared filet of atlantic salmon w/mashed potatoes, summer berry shortcake
 
9 Reviews
2010/10/02
  • Great view, awsome cocktails, OK food, OK service
  • Overall
    4.0 stars
    • Food
      4.0 stars
    • Services
      3.0 stars
    • Atmosphere
      5.0 stars
    • Price Range (per person): $61-$100
    • Visit Again?: Yes
    • Party Size: 2
  • Our server was occupied with serving the table behind us because it was a party of 6-8, it kind of made us feel neglected and the food arrived 25-30 minutes after it was ordered and wasn't hot.

    They cook a steak properly, unfortunately I found mine to be a bit dry and not flavorful enough. The bread pudding that it came with was like a really good bread stuffing, but nothing to write home about. The seasonal vegetables were just bok choy and some asparagus (perfectly cooked asparagus). The grilled asparagus ordered on the side was really great except for the gross amount of overcooked mozzarella on top. Thankfully it was dried out enough that you can just peel it away.
    The lychee martini I had was stellar and one of the best I've had to date.

    I wouldn't recommend dessert since it's quite pricey and you get a teeny tiny portion which tastes adequate but not great.

    I recommend this restaurant to everyone at least once for the experience and the food is good, just not great but I think the cost is high because of the location not the quality.

  • Order: 8oz. New York strip steak, lychee martini, rosemary bread pudding, seasonal vegetables, chocolate mousse tower w/ seasonal fruit
 
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