Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

December 16, 2017
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Top-of-the-town dining

Eagle’s Eye at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, BC At almost 2350 metres, this is Canada’s highest restaurant — and the one offering the best view of all. You must make advance reservations and take a gondola to get there. The menu emphasizes Alberta lamb and beef, BC salmon and oysters and seasonal specials. Reviews aren’t unanimous, but more favourable than not. (866) 754-5425; www.kickinghorseresort.com

Sky 360 The revolving restaurant at the top of Calgary Tower has shaken its brunch-for-tourists reputation, dropped its “elevation fee” (cover charge) and brought in Alain Chabot, considered one of the best chefs in Calgary. While some are wowed by his locally inspired creations, online reviews remain mixed. Decide for yourself. (403) 532-7966; www.sky360.ca

360 The well-established restaurant at Toronto’s CN Tower is literally considered one of the country’s top. Some folks rave about chef Peter George’s braised beef short rib with foie gras ravioli, pastry chef Joanne Yolles’ coconut cream pie or the award-winning “cellar in the sky.” Others say go up for the view and eat for less elsewhere. (416) 362-5411; www.cntower.com

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac Quebec City’s prized hotel, offers one of the best views around in its restaurant Le Champlain. Breakfast while watching the sun rise over the Saint Lawrence River. Dine on Jean Soulard’s fresh take on local cuisine while surveying Samuel de Champlain’s stomping grounds. (418) 692-3861; www.fairmont.com/frontenac

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