The Belvedere sports both a restaurant for an exquisite experience, as well as a lounge for something a little bit more casual. The Belvedere's decor is both urban and rustic with walnut paneling, exposed brick, subdued lighting, and red velvet couches. This isn’t a family establishment, only adults come through the door, so you won’t need to worry about loud disruptions or sticky fingers. The restaurant boasts the largest wine list in the city, so you won’t have to worry about not finding your favourite port here.
The Chef’s Tasting Menu
Your meal at The Belvedere starts with one of their tempting appetizers. You may want to try out the Pacific tombo tuna duo or perhaps the French escargot gratinee. Continue on with a tender piece of Quebec Arctic deer saddle for two, a rosemary infused pomme purée with cedar and roasted shallot game reduction. For the non-meat eaters, there is the vegetarian flight, organic agria potato gnocchi and wild mushroom crostini. There is also the chef’s tasting menu that comes with five or seven courses that the entire table will be sure to enjoy. The dessert menu is eclectic and includes nightly specials.