The long list of the best new restaurants in Canada revealed

the magazine On the roadAir Canada, backed by Air Canada, has announced the return of its top 10 popular new Canadian restaurants, which have been suspended during the pandemic.

Posted at 11:00 a.m.

Iris Ganyon Paradise

Iris Ganyon Paradise
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This week the airline revealed 30 coast-to-coast finalists who could dream of shortlisting winners and perhaps even crowning themselves at the top.

It was an anonymous gastronomical critic who traveled across the country to savor the creations of the new establishments from all walks of life – which were open between the end of Spring 2021 and May 31, 2022 – that defined those in the race.

  • Chef and farmer Dominique Labelle at Parcelles Country Table in Austin

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    Chef and farmer Dominique Labelle at Parcelles Country Table in Austin

  • The Jia Wine & Grill

    Photo by Robert Skinner, press archives

    The Jia Wine & Grill

  • Chef Anita Feng at her Jay Feng grocery store

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    Chef Anita Feng at her Jay Feng grocery store

  • A dish in Pichai's menu

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    A dish in Pichai’s menu

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The finalists are located in eight provinces and 15 Canadian cities, from Tofino to St. John’s, North Saanich, Vancouver, Kimberley, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa and Halifax.

Montreal cut a great character there with five quotes: Mastard, Pichai, J’ai Feng, Gia Vin & Grill, and Mokili. In addition, for the province of Quebec, there is the table champion Parcelles in Austin, as well as Le Clan and the restaurant Alentours in Quebec. The top ten will be revealed on November 1, at a gala in Toronto.

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