If you’re looking for a great dining experience, Canada is a great place to visit. It has a diverse food scene, ranging from omakase to greasy spoons and everything in between. Chefs in this country have traveled across the country, bringing unique menus to their favorite cities. The city is home to a world-famous culinary institute, Le Cordon Bleu, and many farms.
To make the list, Richler commissioned a poll from 100 judges, attributed their votes according to population, and the voting took place as planned. The poll was closed in the first week of January 2022. The judges could vote for either dine-in or takeout, and they would have to eat at restaurants in order to be included in the list. Published on Main, a globally inspired restaurant with strong Canadian roots, has been named No. 1 for the first time in eight years.
The list, which was previously in hiatus due to the pandemic, has returned with the 100 Best Restaurants in Canada. Published on Main is the first Vancouver restaurant to be named top, while Major Tom in Calgary is named best new restaurant. The magazine released the list at a gala in Toronto on Monday night. The list featured a number of familiar restaurants, including Alo, which ranked first for four consecutive years since 2017. Major Tom, a modern, contemporary restaurant in Calgary, was named best new restaurant in Canada.
If you’re looking for a place to eat with a wide variety of cuisines, Vancouver is the place for you. The Whalesbone Oyster House serves sustainable seafood. Other notable places to eat include Sidedoor, New Generation Sushi, Cacao 70, and Tojo’s. If you’re craving a burger, try the King Eddy Burger, which features two fresh-ground patties topped with Canadian cheddar and a choice of toppings.
The list includes the best restaurants in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal, although a few other restaurants are located throughout Canada. The swanky, 20-course feast at this restaurant is only available in the evening, but it’s worth the trip. The chef incorporates his German heritage into his cuisine, and Asian flavours like dashi are also used in his dishes. The swanky Vancouver “culinary oasis” also dabbles in French, Japanese, and North American cuisine, and uses luxury ingredients.