In no particular order, we have created a list of our top 3 Steakhouse picks to try in Toronto.
Perhaps the most famous steakhouse in Canada, opened by Harry Barberian in 1959. Guests of Barberian’s will enjoy the top-grade, dry-aged steaks, expertly prepared on the hardwood charcoal grill. With more than 15,000 bottles of wine to choose from, servers provide expert wine recommendations to pair perfectly with each cut. The atmosphere of Barberian’s features original Canadiana inspired art, creating a welcoming fine dining destination.
A steakhouse with a focus on establishing itself as the “best you’ve ever had.” Located in the historic Toronto Harbour Commission building at Harbour and Bay Street in Downtown Toronto. Their menu features classics like the double porterhouse steak to the exotic A5 Japanese Kobe served with truffle au jus.
A 180-seat steakhouse, complete with private rooms and a piano bar located at King and Spadina. Contrasting from the traditional style of a steakhouse, Jacobs offers an extensive, regularly changing menu featuring a wide array of steaks from around the globe. A5 Kobe Black Tajima-Hyogo Prefecture from Japan anyone?