Restaurants in Canada

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Inside the city’s fortifications is Sapristi, a laidback bistro with an Italian-inspired menu where Quebec’s terroir products play a starring role. The... Read More

The cuisine here is sophisticated with French nuances, and there's a pasta bar on the other side of the restaurant for those seeking upscale casual... Read More

Opened in 1928, this kosher-style Jewish deli marinates its meat for 10 full days before hot-smoking it. The preservative-free beef brisket (similar to... Read More

Secret Location is a concept store and restaurant that's quickly becoming anything but a secret, thanks in part to its glass exterior and flashy blue... Read More

Like most Indian restaurants, Shahi Tandori has an extensive menu. There are over 60 dishes, and the chefs manage to master them all. The specialty is,... Read More

Open daily until 5 A.M., this place fully assumes its role as a fast-food joint and knows how to satisfy the biggest late-night cravings. The menu... Read More

Named after the elusive substance in Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World," Soma is a bean-to-bar chocolate lab and factory that started out in the city's... Read More

The inn is best known—and deservedly so—for its restaurant, where chef Sam Benedetto works wonders using almost exclusively island... Read More

This retro diner in Kitsilano channels a casual, welcoming vibe with its garage-sale decor and cozy red-vinyl booths. Wall art consists of framed album... Read More

On Limoilou’s trendy 3rd avenue, Soupe & Cie serves instant comfort to its hungry patrons. The restaurant’s piping-hot soups are inspired by... Read More

Although the Sparrow has changed chefs since its 2009 opening, the Mile End restaurant still offers all-you-can-eat brunch. The family-style spread... Read More

The waterfront gastropub Spinnakers serves creamy Fanny Bay oysters, rich seafood chowder, and the pub’s own ESB cask ale, served on a deck... Read More

When Carlo Catallo and chef Victor Barry took over downtown's Splendido in 2009, they lightened the atmosphere with a pale-blue walls, pendant lights,... Read More

A newcomer on Grande-Allée, this laid-back tavern is a welcome addition to an area more usually known for its better-dressed restaurants and bars. The... Read More

The winery comes alive each summer with a sunset concert series and a restaurant serving game sausages and other wine-friendly food at lunch. But... Read More

"The Black Hoof is a great, no-frills charcuterie restaurant where everything is cured on the premises. The crowd is super-young and hip, and there's a... Read More

Find this high-end seafood restaurant inside a warehouse-style building on a narrow alleyway in the Financial District. Unusual dishes like snow crab... Read More

A maritime-style tavern filled with acres of worn wood, flickering oil lamps, and a winningly retro vibe (tableside Caesar salad service; a pianist... Read More

Highlights at this mountain lodge-style bistro include the 48-hour lamb shoulder with Moroccan lentils and burrata, or a Cornish game hen with truffled... Read More

Don't be fooled by the name: The Teahouse is a proper restaurant with global fare like charcuterie and roasted Pacific sablefish. And the views from its... Read More

Skip the airport’s multiple Starbucks outposts in favor of this homegrown Canadian coffee chain (founded in Ontario in 1964). A hot or iced... Read More

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