I'd like to respectfully ask for help to finalize a foodie itinerary to Toronto.
We have too many good options and have to make hard choices between our selection so far and were hoping you could help.
Feel free to suggest other things or give any advice!
We have the pleasure of a visit to Toronto for 4 evenings: Wednesday to Saturday end-of-September.
We'll be staying downtown Toronto and we have something to celebrate so are willing to go all-out, if worth the price.
We are adventurous eaters, real foodies, and looking for fun/unique experiences.
We are from Belgium so like to eat really authentically or exoticly. Also we enjoy tasting menus and long dinings.
If worth it, price is no issue.
At the moment we have the following restaurants in mind:
* Ku-Kum Kitchen, since it looks really authentic/indiginous (seal loin!)
***We were doubting between this and Boralia but think Ku-Kum is the more indiginous option. What do you think?
* George Restaurant, since it is described as a magical Canadian small-plats specialist which is really our thing.
*** This and the previous option would give us 2 authentic Canadian evenings, which we think is a good balance.
* Los Colibiris
*** Described as an upscale Mexican. We really like Mexican kitchen, hard to get good in Belgium. Does it do a tasting menu?
* A Thai restaurant. Doubting between Pai Toronto and Kiin Toronto
*** Which one is 'better'? Or perhaps a better Thai option? We have never done fine-dining authentic Thai before so that is why this caught our attention
*** Upscale Chinese restaurant. We also really like Chinese and this is also hard to get good in Belgium.
Those were our primary options. What do you think? Which would you drop? Would you highly recommend another option?
Thanks for reading, hoping to get feedback!
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