New Canada Food Guide 2019 πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ πŸ†•

We’ve compiled a list with the top places to eat in Canada for this year to help you on your culinary adventure!! Our guide will help you find the best Canadian food no matter if you are looking for a traditional Canadian dish or something more exotic πŸ”› πŸ” ️ πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ 🍁 …

New Canada Food Guide 2019
New Canada Food Guide 2019

The East Coast: Explore Your Options

Some of Canada’s most famous dishes are found on the East Coast!! The East Coast is famous for its seafood particularly lobster and cod from Nova Scotia to Newfoundland & Labrador. The Fisherman’s Market St . John’s (Newfoundland) belongs to the most popular places to find seafood on the East Coast. This market has been around since 1800s and is still very popular with seafood lovers. Other seafood dishes you can try on the East Coast include the classic fish-and-chips in Halifax and the mussels in Prince Edward Island.

The Prairies

In the Prairies the food reflects the culture and the landscape. This areais recognized for its hearty comfort food like the famous Alberta beef poutine which is a French-Canadian dish made with french fries, gravy, and cheese curds. This dish is found everywhere in Alberta but it originated in Quebec. The Prairie provinces also have their own spin on Chinese food like the popular prairie-style chow mein. Other regional favourites include bannock a traditional bread and perogies which are small dumplings filled with potatoes and cheese.

The West Coast

The West Coast of Canada is where you’ll find some of the country’s most diverse cuisine πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦. With its abundance of fresh seafood and Asian influences this area has something for everyone. The most iconic dish on the West Coast is the classic fish and chips, which can be found in almost any restaurant. But there’s so much more to try than the traditional fish and chips. Try the salmon chowder in Vancouver the sushi in Victoria or the pho in Richmond. For a unique experience try the traditional West Coast Native dish salmon berry stew.

The North

The food of the North is a reflection of the region’s harsh climate and sparse population ️. This areais literally known when it comes to its traditional traditional indigenous dishes like muktuk (whale skin and blubber) bannock and Arctic char . This year the North is also experiencing a culinary renaissance with new restaurants and cafes popping up in cities like Whitehorse and Yellowknife πŸ†™ ️ πŸ†•. For a truly unique experience try the traditional Inuit dishes at the Caribou Grill in Iqaluit.

No matter where you are in Canada you’re sure to find something yummy yummy to eat. From the classic fish and chips on the East Coast to the spicy pho of the West Coast and the traditional dishes of the North there’s something for everyone. So use this guide to explore the vast culinary landscape of Canada and discover new flavours to enjoy. Bon appΓ©tit! ! .

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