Friday 9 September 2011

Urban Eatery, The Eaton Centre, Toronto, ON

The Eaton Centre is undergoing a $120 million renovation.

The food court at the north end reopened last week ... it's now called Urban Eatery.

Twenty-four self-service restaurants will welcome you this Fall, offering a variety of menus - from authentic Japanese to popular Indian cuisine to savoury Thai dishes. Of course there will be North American favourites, as well as wholesome vegetarian and vegan options.

As part of the $120 million revitalization of Toronto Eaton Centre, the 980-seat Urban Eatery is being created by top Canadian designers to provide a modern contemporary alternative to downtown dining, while also putting the best sustainable practices in place.

With cutting-edge design, diverse meal options to please every palette, reusable glasses, plate settings and cutlery, this will be the city’s freshest new dining experience.

The Eaton Centre had two food courts ... crappy dirty food courts. The one on the south end is now closed to make way for more retail.

Here's the new and definitely improved one at the north end.

It definitely must be a better eating experience!


Darlene said...

But I bet they have the same crappy food you get at every other food court...?

Teena in Toronto said...

Same restaurants ... but you get to eat it on real plates!

BunnyMummy said...

I was there on Wednesday, thought of writing a blog but then thought "Teena will do it". I was not impressed. No attempt made to fake natural light and I couldnt figure out what to do with my tray. The stations are hidden away.