Exhibition Place is home to an array of unexpected culinary experiences for all tastes—from Japanese cuisine with breathtaking views at Valerie to the thrilling spectacle and historical fare of Medieval Times. Impress your clients with a unique lunch or dinner at these memorable spots, ideal for those in-the-know.
Located inside Hotel X, Valerie is a rooftop fine dining concept serving Japanese-influenced dishes and a panoramic view of the city below. Valerie’s menu features curated cocktails, hot & cold Japanese- inspired snacks, nigiri and chef’s selection of maki. Impress your guests with Valerie’s elevated atmosphere, live music, breathtaking rooftop terrace and sushi bar.
Best for: Elevated Views
Must Try: Teardrop, made with hamachi, wasabi, truffle and scallion
Roses Cocina is tailor-made for clients that love fusion fare—its cuisine blends modern North American flavours with a Mexican flair. Inspired by culinary trends across the continent, Chef Adrian Niman’s menu features standouts like the Roses Chopped Salad, Taquitos and an elevated version of a Cheeseburger. With an inspired cocktail menu and views of Lake Ontario, this culinary experience within Hotel X is not to be missed.
Best for: Fusion Fare
Must Try: Sausage Rolls, made with chorizo, coriander and tomatillo sauce
Grand Bizarre, housed in the former Horticulture Building, is characterized by its 60-foot crystal dome in its interior. In addition to this striking architecture, this spot serves up small plates of inventive Japanese cuisine in a trendy setting ideal for sharing a festive meal. The interior transforms from a classic dining environment to a chic, intimate lounge at dusk, including headliner DJs on the weekends.
Best for: Striking Architecture & Lively Atmosphere
Must try: Steak Board
Situated amidst beautiful monuments and waterfront views, Acqua Dolce makes for a cozy spot to entertain your guests. Enjoy the intimate corners of the interior, alongside the comforts of traditional Italian cuisine.
Best for: Cozy, Comfort Fare
Must Try: Insalata Burrata
Not your typical client dining experience, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is more of a show inspired by an 11th-century feast and tournament featuring medieval-style games. Guests are served a four-course banquet as they cheer for knights competing in the joust, sword fighting and other tests of skill. Definitely a meeting to remember.
Best for: Unique History-Inspired Entertainment
What to order: Her Majesty’s Four-Course Feast