The Best Restaurants in Canada.
Canada, the second largest country in the world, stretching from the Atlantic -, to the Pacific- and Arctic Oceans, lacks the culinary fame of France, or Italy,
Medieval French from Normandy and Brittany, and English settled the country. In those days all were not noted for their culinary prowess, and ingredients in Canada were nowhere near to what is available now.
In the last 40 years, several European chefs trained many young, talented and eager cooks. Now they are the avant-gardes inventing new dishes and presenting them in very appealing and colourful ways.
Today, Canada represents an excellent tourism destination to Europeans and Americans for outstanding restaurants at considerably lower prices than comparable establishments in those countries.
The country offers well-functioning, clean and interesting cities i.e Vancouver, Victoria, Banff National Park, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec and Halifax.
The countryside is quiet, safe, and beautiful with sufficient space for thousands of tourists to share without feeling crowded, as is the case in many European destinations.
Here is am list of
restaurants in Canada
you can try and see what they offer and how much value they represent.
Araxi and Barefoot Bistro, Whistler
Cioppino’s Mediterranean Grill
Blue Water Café
Café Brio, Victoria
Sooke Harbour, Sooke
The Pear Tree, Burnaby
The Pointe at Wickaninnish, Tofino
Bistro at Baker Creek between Lake Louise and Banff
The Post Hotel, Lake Louise
The Globe Bistro
Lai Wah Heen
Barberian’s Steakhouse and Tavern
Starfish Oysterbed and Grill
Tony de Luca
Andre’s Estate Winery Restaurant
Le Cordon Bleu
Le Club Chasse et Peche
Au Pied de Cochon
Ferreira Café e Trattoria
Other fine restaurants in Quebec
Harvey Manor, North Hatley
La Pinsonniere, La Malbaie
Bistro Champlain Ste. Marguerite du Lac Masson
Derriere les Fagots, Laval
L’Eau a la Bouche, Ste. Adele
Restaurant Le Saint-Christophe, Laval
Seven Wine Bar and Restaurant
There are many other notable restaurants in provinces not mentioned above.