Address: 100 Queen's Park
Daniel Libeskind's glass-and-metal addition to the Royal Ontario Museum is filled with dinosaur skeletons and stuffed birds, but on the fifth floor it's food that is on display. The space resembles a postmodern atticvaulted ceiling, white angular walls, slashes of window veering in odd directionsand the crisp, stark concept is followed right down to the cutlery and salt shakers. The restaurant's name is echoed in its quirky menu formatfive categories, beginning at C1 and ending at C5, from which diners create their own tasting menu. For appetizers, try the raw tasting platter or the grilled octopus, followed by the roasted squab with seared foie gras. Attentive (but not overly so) staff are more than capable of pairing each dish with the ideal glass of wine (entrées, $28$38).