The dining opportunities at our Hotel reflect the city’s cosmopolitan population, as well as our culinary staff’s skill and creativity. Your guests can dine on French fare, authentic poutine, dim sum and Canadian comfort foods amongst other cuisines. Cocktails can be created at separate stations during your event, and your guests can even take a cooking lesson from one of our chefs.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED
- Fine French Dining
Both Café Boulud, created by acclaimed chef Daniel Boulud, and d|bar can be privatized for your event or meeting. Host an opening reception or closing-night dinner in the restaurant. Present a private breakfast in a nontraditional meeting-room setting, including a 30-foot LED video wall that allows for presentations and impactful branding opportunities.Details
- Ethnic Edibles
With our “Tour of Toronto” catering menu, your guests can sample favourite dishes from the city’s unique ethnic neighbourhoods, including Greek Town, Little India and Chinatown.
- Intimate Occasions
Our French brasserie, Café Boulud, offers semi-private dining for small groups up to 10 people. Diners can select their own appetizer, entrée and dessert from a prix-fixe menu.Details
- Outdoor Events
Between May and October, d|bar’s spacious terrace can be booked for receptions for up to 40 people. Any month of the year, it serves craft cocktails and shareable plates, such as a charcuterie board.Details
CHEF COLIN HENDERSONChef de Cuisine, Café Boulud
Chef Colin's interest in the culinary arts began at a young age. At fifteen years old, he began working as a fry cook in a small local restaurant, going on to attend the Culinary Management School at Ottawa's Algonquin College. He then joined Ottawa's Beckta Group as Sous Chef, and later aided in the opening of Toronto restaurant Lena. Colin had the unique opportunity to work closely with Chef Michael Tusk in his San Francisco three Michelin star restaurant Quince, learning the finer points of fresh pasta and perfecting the sophistication of food plating finesse.