Restaurants in Canada

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Dine on pouding chômeur (caramel pudding) and enjoy views of the St. Lawrence River, Gaspé Peninsula, Île D’Orleans, and the... Read More

Open since 1980, the restaurant is still the spot for expertly prepared French classics such as the generous pot-au-feu or the citrusy octopus-and... Read More

Peruvian-born chef and owner of Laurier-West restaurant Raza, Mario Navarrete Jr. opened Madre, his second restaurant, in 2007. The chef, from the glass... Read More

Chef An’s dishes are based on traditional Thai recipes and focus on four flavor profiles – hot, sour, sweet, and salty. The chef’s... Read More

It may be a little contrarian to recommend the Main, a 35-year-old smoked-meat lunch counter on Saint-Laurent, over the more legendary Schwartz’s... Read More

The elegant stone building that houses Maison Smith Cafe fits in seamlessly with its surroundings—it's in Quebec's historic district, and a few steps... Read More

This French-style deli-cum-bistro in Old Montreal is cluttered with chalkboards, Paris street signs, vintage canned goods, and faux meat hanging from... Read More

Celebrity chef Jean Georges has expanded his Michelin-starred restaurant empire in Vancouver’s highest building, the Shangri-La Hotel, situated in... Read More

Chef Michel Ross creates a dynamic menu in this neighborhood hideaway. Read More

Smack in the middle of Grande-Allée, Maurice Nightclub attracts a chic set that’s ready to flirt, dance, and drink the night away. Experienced DJs know... Read More

Afternoon tea served by hostesses in early-1900’s-style garb. Read More

Meat & Bread lives up to its name with a variety of daily sandwiches: like porchetta with salsa verde. For vegetarians, there's always grilled... Read More

Vancouver's vibrant Commercial Drive is known for ethnic diversity and culinary surprises, and Memphis Blues Barbecue House is no exception to that rule... Read More

Its location along the downtown waterfront in Canada's busiest harbor means diners at Miku are treated to spectacular views alongside their oyster... Read More

The perfect balance of tasty, affordable, and convenient, the menu at Milestone’s offers soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, pasta, and steak... Read More

Greek seafood restaurant Milos opened in Montreal in 1979 and was chef-owner Costas Spiliadis’ first eatery, preceding locations in New York,... Read More

Sustainable, regional, nose to tail: that's the literal quest of Mission in Kitsilano. Try the cocktails at the lounge, like the earthy Mission Mary ... Read More

Part restaurant, part wine bar, Le Moine Échanson is a small gem of a restaurant in a lesser-known area of the Upper Town, a few minutes out of the Old... Read More

The noodle bar is the sister restaurant to the same establishment in New York, featuring bowls of hot ramen, Chang's famous steamed buns, and fried... Read More

The 280-seat restaurant sits in the Entertainment District, so chances are good that you'll spot a celebrity during film festival week dining here on... Read More

There's nothing biting about this champagne and dessert bar; except, perhaps, for the dehydrated grapefruit on the madeleine sponge and olive and lemon... Read More

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