The view from the 54th floor of the Toronto Dominion Centre in the heart of the Financial District is spectacular. On the south side you look out to Lake Ontario and down on the planes landing at Toronto Island, to the west you can get a fabulous sunset. Competing is the decor of the restaurant itself, which is earth toned, simple yet stylish and featuring table centerpieces that are little trees. Executive Chef John Horne focuses on regional Canadian cuisine. At lunch you can indulge in a lobster clubhouse with smoked cheddar, Canadian bacon, bibb lettuce, and pickled beets. Dinner could be Alberta lamb, Ontario ribeye, wild west coast salmon, or Labrador smoked duck. Very popular: the whipped sheep's milk mousse starter on the lunch menu. The bar is a happening spot for the Bay Street after-work crowd. It can be difficult to get a reservation during Toronto's Summerlicious and Winterlicious promotion periods, so best to call ahead. A tasting menu is $100, or $150 with wine pairings. Ask in advance about complimentary parking for dinner guests after 5:30pm.