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Please create a list of top high end Toronto restaurants with an overview of menu presentations.

The top high-end restaurants in Toronto are Canoe, Auberge du Pommier, Scaramouche, BlueBlood Steakhouse, ONE Restaurant, Piano Piano, Nota Bene, Colette Grand Café, 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower, Rosewater, and Sassafraz.

Four of the restaurants on the list have simple text menus. Two of the restaurants on the list provided basic text menus as well as PDF menus. Three of the restaurants on the list have basic text menus with PDF wine lists. And two of the restaurants on the list have only PDF menus. None of the have touch-based menus on their websites.

In the rows 25-36 of the attached spreadsheet, I have provided the following information-
— Source
— Restaurant
— Type of menu

Further information about the menus of the restaurants has been provided below.

FINDINGS

To build this list, we found two pre-compiled lists of the best high-end restaurants. We came up with a list of eleven restaurants and details about their menu types. Below is a list of these restaurants with additional information about their menu.

1. Canoe
Canoe offers Canadian food. It has a simple text menu with a PDF menu as well. It also has a PDF wine list.

2. Auberge du Pommier
Auberge du Pommier offers classic French food. It has a simple text menu sectioned into Dinner, Tasting, Lunch, Dessert, Cheese, Wine & Cocktail. It also has a PDF wine list.

3. Scaramouche
Scaramouche offers two separate dining experiences at the same location in the form of the restaurant and the pasta bar & grill. It has four separate PDF menus for the restaurant, pasta bar & grill, dessert, and wine.

4. BlueBlood Steakhouse
BlueBlood Steakhouse offers traditional steakhouse fare with a modern twist. It has a simple text menu sectioned into A La Carte, Desserts, and Cocktails.

5. ONE Restaurant
ONE Restaurant has a basic text menu sectioned into Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert. These sections are further divided into numerous drop-down sections.

6. Piano Piano
Piano Piano serves Italian food. It has a simple text menu and a more elaborate PDF menu. The menu is divided into Snacks, Appetizers, Pizza, Pasta, family, sides, and Dessert.

7. Nota Bene
Nota Bene has a basic text menu divided into Lunch, Dinner, After, Theatre, Wine, and NB Bar. It also has a PDF wine list.

8. Colette Grand Café
Colette Grand Café serves classic French food. It has a simple text menu sectioned into A La Carte, Brunch, Cocktails, and Desserts.

9. 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower
360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower serves classic Canadian cuisine. It has a PDF menu which shows appetizers, mains, grill and seafood, and desserts with wine pairings displayed for each option.

10. Rosewater
Rosewater is an Italian restaurant. The menu is not displayed on their website and thus had to be sourced from a different website where it was displayed in simple text and divided into Dinner, Bar, Wine, and Corporate & Group menu.

11. Sassafraz
Sassafraz is a modern French restaurant. It has a basic text menu which is sectioned into Cocktails & Martinis, Lunch, Dinner, Weekend Brunch, Canadian Artisan Cheese, Desserts, and Wine. It also has a downloadable PDF wine list.

CONCLUSION

The focus of online menus seems to be on simple text with PDF options often provided as an accompaniment. The PDF format tends to be preferred for wine lists.


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