The dining scene in Canada is anything but ordinary.

But when it comes to well designed spaces that give guests the opportunity to drool over something other than their food, we’re truly spoiled.

From charming garden terraces to breathtaking harbour views, we’ve rounded up some of the most stunning restaurants in all of Canada.

Langdon Hall
Langdon Hall is a contemporary restaurant that’s the perfect spot for guests who enjoy old-world service. This luxury that focuses on tradition; men are required to wear suit jackets to dinner. Located in picturesque Cambridge, Ont., after exploring the stunning grounds, guests can take in the antique and vintage decor as they dine on food that’s inspired by the changing seasons.

Hawksworth
Located inside of the striking Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver, the dining room exudes sophistication and style while offering guests an intimate ambiance. The Hawksworth serves up mouthwatering dishes that are inspired by the pacific northwest.

Maison Boulud
Maison Boulud is an elegant eatery at The Ritz-Carlton in Montreal that features upscale French fare and intimate tables overlooking the stunning garden.

Panache
Located in Quebec City, this intimate bistro comes alive in the evening. Patrons will enjoy the seasonal organic cuisine as they dine amidst rustic stone walls while taking in the picturesque river views.

360
Located in one of the tallest freestanding structures in the world, this restaurant almost appears to float above the glittering city of Toronto atop the CN Tower. Guests will love the magnificent revolving view of the city, which is more than 351 metres (1,151 ft) below, completely shifting the atmosphere as the restaurant revolves.

Wolf in the Fog
We love the rustic styling of this popular restaurant, located in beautiful Tofino, B.C., where locally sourced plates and cocktails are the stars of the menu. If the breathtaking sea views aren’t enough to bring you back, the potato crusted oysters will.

Momofuku
The Canadian group of Momofuku restaurants are located in a three story glass cube in the stunning Shangri La in Toronto’s entertainment district. The space is sleek and modern and features oak, concrete, steel, glass and stone, and when the sun shines through the floor to ceiling windows, the entire space lights up.

(Rene Johnston/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

(Rene Johnston/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

Araxi
Nestled in Whistler village you’ll find Araxi, which is arguably one of the best places to dine in Whistler. Guests will enjoy the energy of the space as the tables are all seated close to one another, which creates a cozy, intimate atmosphere that is perfect for people watching – not the worst way to spend your après ski time in Whistler.

Raymonds
Raymonds is a fine-dining gem located in the heart of Newfoundland. Housed in a historic building that dates back to 1916, guests can take in the stunning views of the harbour as they indulge in the ever-changing menu of locally sourced fare, a large wine list, and tasting menu.

Buca
This iconic restaurant is home to a dramatic space that focuses on rustic Italian fare and is laid out in an upscale setting. Located in the midst of Toronto’s bustling King Street, guests will find an intimate oasis filled with posh interiors.

Buca

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