The swanky Ritz Carlton dining experience comes to Toronto in the form of Toca. Here diners partake in dishes like smoked eggplant, salmon en papilllote, and halibut fish croquettes with squid ink tempura, or homemade cavatelli pasta and well-aged steaks for the traditionalists. The dining room, a blend of tastful beige and brown, has a curvaceous wood-beamed ceiling and a glass cheese cave. High rollers can sit at the chef's table, inside a private dining nook in the
kitchen. Skip your hotel breakfast and come Sundays for the Market Brunch; a cold seafood station of oysters, shrimp, and lobster await, or sample a made-to-order omelet. Another enticement: it's all-you-can-drink mimosas and bellinis.