Restaurants in Canada

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Regardless of which location you drop by—there are two cafes in Vancouver—you can expect Lucky's Doughnuts, made fresh daily, and the distinctive teal... Read More

In the city's epicenter of fashion and design, there's a tasting menu-only destination that has the city's attention. Diners here enjoy five courses of... Read More

French cuisine made largely using produce grown within a 10-mile radius. Read More

Sleek, modern style defines the space, which has quirky accents like paint-splattered LEGO bear sculptures and actual Game Boy's embedded in the walls.... Read More

Never tasted poutine before? This is the place to get acquainted with the concoction. A local chain, Ashton has 24 locations around the city, including... Read More

A hidden gem in the Saint-Jean-Baptiste neighborhood, Au Pain Grüel makes its breads using a wide variety of organic flours—wheat, rye, spelt and many... Read More

At this classic crêperie, locals line up for piping-hot cider. Read More

This lively restaurant, manned by chef Martin Picard, has earned a cultlike following both within the city and abroad for its obsessive (and inventive)... Read More

Aurora Restaurant looks out over Bedwell Harbour, and—fittingly—serves West Coast cuisine in a dining room decorated with blue tones and... Read More

This quaint restaurant is found in the province’s oldest house, built in 1675 and located in the heart of the Old City. Although the restaurant caters... Read More

Aux Anciens Canadiens is located in one of the grandest houses in old Quebec—it was first built in 1675 as Maison Jacquet. The restaurant is full of... Read More

If you’ve yet to try Malaysian cuisine, this snug, romantic, batik-decorated West End dining room is the place to do it. The vibrant, spicy dishes... Read More

Hipsters rejoice—Bao Down has opened in Gastown, and is attracting a young, cool crowd with its Asian street food (like open face steamed buns stuffed... Read More

Bar Isabel has got the laid back, weather-worn feel of a Northern Spanish eatery where good food, drink, and service is an everyday occurrence. Read More

Bar Raval has the organic feel of a Gaudi structure in Barcelona, with its rich mahogany millwork, as you sidle up to the bar for some perfectly... Read More

A literal hole-in-the-wall hidden in a small street of the Old City, Bar Sainte-Angèle is a cozy pub where locals and visitors mix to chat, drink, and... Read More

An actual “hole-in-the-wall” hidden in a small street of the Old City, Bar Sainte-Angèle is a cozy pub where locals and visitors mix to chat, drink, and... Read More

Bati Bassak’s enduring popularity doesn’t lie: locals return again and again to revel in the restaurant’s authentic Thai and Cambodian culinary fare,... Read More

Bauhaus isn't just the name of the resaturant: it's a project that sweeps from the graffiti in the bathrooms to the signature quail stew with potatoes,... Read More

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