This city’s multicultural restaurant scene showcases the diversity of its communities.
BBC Radio named Toronto the most diverse city in the world—and the proof is in the food. Here, visitors can find a restaurant serving the cuisine of nearly every nationality that calls this multicultural metropolis home. The best part? The city’s open-arms attitude and ample space to host large groups of convention attendees means that everyone can enjoy a taste of Toronto.
If you’re hosting a large group, consider the Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie. Housed in the historic Gooderham Building in the Distillery District, Cluny’s nearly 12,000 square feet can accommodate up to 450 guests. The cuisine here is quintessentially French and the ornately appointed dining rooms will make attendees feel like they’ve been transported to Paris.
For a menu that’s from further afield, try Byblos Uptown, a Mediterranean restaurant that uses a blend of traditional and local ingredients and techniques to showcase the flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean. This restaurant is known for its friendly atmosphere and family-style dishes. It seats up to 120 guests, making it a great place for a more relaxed group meal.
The culinary program at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre is also designed to reflect the epicurean diversity of its host city. The Centre delivers memorable multi-sensory dining experiences, where everything is made in-house using local ingredients.
To learn more about the culinary experiences in Toronto or at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, contact Business Events Toronto.