I was just thinking after hearing about the Korean Grill earlier about the novel 'date' restaurant or 'visiting guest' place. This restaurant would give a lot of time for talking, but also something to do besides just fill the mouth with food.
For an example the one Fondu place I've been to while visiting a friend in Atlanta, took us 2 to 3 hours till we got out of but it definitely didn't seem that long, we were cooking our food and dipping and eating and talking and time just slipped away. This was a fun memorable experience.
Is there any fondue places in Toronto?
I noticed a Hot Pot buffet on Baldwin just west of Chinatown, where all the food you recieve you put in a pot of boiling water in front of you and then place in a mixture of sauces you put together; has anyone tried this place?
I also think the Korean Grill mentioned in another discussion sounds like it would be entertaining... any other korean cook-your-own worth mentioning?
What about a Japanese Steakhouse where they cook it all in front of you? I have noticed some very expensive chains that I have seen in many U.S. cities in the downtown area. Does anyone know of any small neighborhood Japanese Steakhouses around?
I am sure there are many other fun/interesting places around the city I am not aware of can anyone think of any?