Best Restaurants in Montreal Surrey Canada
Norman Lapraise is the executive chef and owner of award winning restaurant Toqué! . The spot has been a pillar on the Montreal food circuit since 1993.
David Hawksworth is the culinary creator responsible for the second best restaurant in Canada. Hawksworth is praised across the country for showcasing how culturally diverse Canadian cuisine has become.
Chef Rob Gentile has been drawing in crowds to Buca for years but after Jamie Oliver declared his lunch there was his "favourite meal of the year" in 2011, the Italian hot spot reached super status.
In 2011 Chef Jeremy Charles and sommelier Jeremy Bonia created Raymonds. The fine dining restaurant was hit and it's Nordic-style menu has been drawing in diners ever since.
Another local gem, Model Milk stays true to regional finds but adds a tasty twist. From sweetbreads to squid ink, waffles to mac and cheese, chef Justin Leboe is ready to take diners on a culinary adventure.
Top Chef Canada season 1 winner Dale MacKay puts Saskatoon on the list. The first of two Saskatchewan based restaurants, Ayden serves up globally inspired comfort food classics.
Praised for having the best brunch in Halifax, Edna's is a quaint spot that fills up fast.
If you're looking for high quality Spanish eats, Segovia is the place to be. The small tapas bar was the only Manitoba restaurant featured on the top 100 list.
Website City: Halifax Type of food: Continental The quote: "Jenna Mooers' North End bistro digs up treasure from the fertile soils of Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley and hauls it out of the brisk Atlantic waters."
Website City: Quebec City Type of food: Quebecois culinary heritage The quote: "Northern Quebec is the culinary hunting ground that Frédéric Laplante mythologizes at his capital-city bistro. Cornish hen gets a boreal accent from balsam fir fleur de sel."
Website City: Saskatoon Type of food: Comfort food and hand-crafted cocktails The quote: "Top Chef Canada winner Dale MacKay gambled that Saskatoon was ready for lime- and lemongrass- and ginger-dusted chicken wings. Ayden isn't about showing off Prairie cooking to the world – it's about bringing the world home."
Website City: Toronto Type of food: Fish and oyster The quote: "Chef Michael Steh doesn't lean on molecular trickery or audacious ingredients to wow. His food is more direct and more delightful than that, in an atmosphere that makes you want to say yes to things."
Website City: Toronto Type of food: Italian The quote: "Rob Gentile's restaurant likes to pretend it's a simple bar for sipping Barolo. You're here to drink, sure, but you're also here to eat things like tiny fried smelt dusted with fennel salt."
Website City: St John's Type of food: Newfoundland and Labrador, with an emphasis on seafood and game The quote: "Todd Perrin spent two years restoring a heritage property in Quidi Vidi Harbour for this brilliant mash-up of fine dining and comfort cuisine on the outskirts of St. John's."
Website City: Edmonton Type of food: Local and seasonal The quote: "The heart of Blair Lebsack's kitchen is a wood-burning oven that consumes birch and maple at 700oF, curing honey ham and smoking Salt Spring Island mussels or even dehydrated local milk during the off-hours."