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Unique Business-Ready Restaurants

Here are some unique Canadian restaurants, in a variety of cuisine types and price ranges, that would work perfectly for business dinners.

A spirited show at Medieval Times.

A spirited show at Medieval Times.

Medieval Times – Seating 1,350, this amphitheatre-style venue offers a four-course medieval feast accompanied by a lively jousting competition. Multimedia available in main theatre and Knight Club room (seating 275). A third business-meeting room seats 22. Toronto location.

Hashimoto – Master chef Masaki Hashimoto crafts set-price, multi-course Japanese kaiseki meals whose refinement and quality warrant their steep prices. Mississauga location seats six; North Toronto location seats 10, and is reportedly the only kaiseki restaurant in North America that includes the traditional tea ceremony. Reservations must be made at least a week in advance, so ingredients can be ordered from Japan.

Koko! Share Bar – Modern Korean and Japanese fare, served at communal tables in an intimate space in Toronto’s upscale Yorkville ‘hood. Chef is the acclaimed Shin Aoyama. So pull up a sake and go nuts.

Miga – Cook-your-own Korean barbecue on tableside gas grills. Chicken, beef and seafood available, as are private grill rooms at both the Mississauga and downtown Toronto restaurants. Mississauga location serves sushi, too.

La Fonderie – Chinese, Swiss, bourguignon and chocolate fondue is the name of the game, along with Swiss raclette (melted raclette cheese served with potatoes and garnishes) at this Montreal eatery. Hanging vines accentuate the space, giving the look and feel of a Mediterranean garden.

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