No other franchise can lay claim to overlooking centre-right field at the Rogers Centre (home of the Toronto Blue Jays). A baseball enthusiast's ... More
Hard Rock Cafe
No other franchise can lay claim to overlooking centre-right field at the Rogers Centre (home of the Toronto Blue Jays). A baseball enthusiast's dream, you can eat and watch the game from some of the best seats in the house. They're $30 per, but $23 acts as a credit towards your bill. Inside, legendary blues guitar player Stevie Ray Vaughan's autographed Stratocaster hangs over the pool table—just one of many pieces of rock 'n' roll memorabilia. If you're on Yonge St, there's another Hard Rock across from Eaton Centre.
I had good service and good food here. It is a bit noisy, but that's just part of being at the Hard Rock Cafe. There's a lot of memorabilia from various bands and music artists. Get here early if you don't want to wait too long.
Just don't waste your money in this place; it's a very average restaurant and average food. For two people 2 medium beers and a burger and fajita we paid 71 Dollars plus tip, we could have better in any other place less than half price
We went to this restaurant on Saturday and was dismayed to learn a 15% gratuity was added to the bill automatically - $23.50. Where has the practice of tipping for good/bad service gone? We had a $40.00 cash tip ready for the server, but left with just paying the $23.50. The server is out $17.00 extra because of this practice by the Hard Rock Cafe. No other restaurants that we frequent have this policy. We will not go back.
Whenever there is a Hard Rock Cafe in places I visit I try to go there. I know it's a tourist thing but who cares.
So as I work in Toronto I went there during lunchtime (the downtown location). I did had to wait at all but people told me that there usual is a line and that you should take some time.
The menu is the same as in al the other Hard Rock Cafe. The only differences are the prices I thought that they are a bit high in Toronto. In the US for example I found that you would pay the same price if getting it anywhere else. But not here. At least for Canada I think it more expensive but Ok you eat in the Hard Rock Cafe :)
I got a pasta dish with alfredo sauce wt/ spinach, chicken and sausage. Well I have to admit that it was very good. So I wasn't disapointed. The portion was enough for me as I don't eat that much but ff you come from the US you are accustomed to bigger portions :)
The service was very friendly and considerate too. They paid very much attention if something is missing or if you would need something.
The atmosphere is as usual in a Hard Rock Cafe. Tons of memorabilia and good music to listen too. The Cafe has a hughe wall full of LCD-TV with video clips on.
I would recomend a visit and grab something to eat while you in. Even if prices are a bit more than avarage the food and service is worth it.
We had a very distasteful experience. We waited for almost two hours before our food was served but it was ordered within the first 25 minutes. We were not treated as if we even mattered. Three tables of people that came after us left full and satisfied before we were even served. We questioned it but were told that they were very busy. Busy is one thing but a mistake with the order should have been owned up to and we should have received free food and caring. The manager didn't even handle the situation properly. I'm very tainted against Hard Rock Cafe now.
I'm just tracking down all the Hard Rock's I've been to. I try to get to one when I'm in a big city. This one was on my freshman band trip to Toronto, Canada. WOO HOO! I actually remember nothing about this trip. oh well....