Visitor needs romantic restaurant recs
I would suggest Canoe it i s very high end but worth it. The menu contains dishes you will not find in many places with accents on Canadian ingredients: roast hind of Yukon caribou with a zucchini and sweet corn bread cobbler in a partridge berry jus.
But the best part is that you are on the 54th floor overlooking the lake at night it is very beautiful... plus on weekends the bar is open late for cocktails..
66 Wellington Street W. (54th floor, TD Bank Tower)
I'll second this.
Service is absolutely flawless, seamless, and professional. As all good service should be, you don't even notice how incredibly competent the service staff is. Everything is simply taken care of for you, without you even asking, and likely before you it even crosses your mind.
As estufarian mentioned, the view is simply astonishing. My boy Keith can cook, too. :)
I have a slightly different take of Scaramouche. The food is fine if unmemorable. However, the much touted view requires it to be dark outside. In the daylight it looks like you are looking out someone's rusty balcony which is essentially what it is (the restaurant is located on the ground floor of an apartment building on a hill). Given that the days are getting longer, I'm not sure it would be sufficnetly dark before 9:00. Service was attentive and ubobstrusive. The only other thing I found was the clientelle was a bit hit and miss. The last time my wife and I were there, there was a very loud fellow sitting at the table next dressed in an undershirt. Kind of took some of the romance out of the evening.
Avalon and North 44 are other places you might consider and personally, I found the food better at both those restaurants.