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“Electric Mud is a twisted hymn to the American South.”

“That the food is meatless is almost beside the point unless you’re a foodie vegetarian who’s long hankered for a compromise-free night on the town.”

"One of the most convivial, playful, unabashedly fun dining experiences I’ve had anywhere in North America.”

“A mere 250 years after the Treaty of Paris, cooking Anglo food in Montreal is cool again.”

"A Japanese-Italian wine bar that defies logic in the most wonderful ways.”

"The cuisine of Winnipeg-born Chef Ono, who ran restaurants in Beijing and Hong Kong, draws from multiple languages."

"It’s not supposed to be this easy for a first-timer ... you notice all the little things that rookies Steve and Jennifer Wall are getting so right.”

“There’s a terrific survivalist spirit bursting out of Chef McDonald’s kitchen, where most everything is made from scratch.”

"A storybook of a tasting menu, with all the typical annoying bits – the repetition of ingredients, the showy caprice, the monotonous pacing – smartly edited out."

"Looks, feels and tastes vaguely Castilian but does far more than ape a menu straight out of Madrid.”

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Restaurant: Araxi Where: Whistler, British Columbia Notable? The first fine dining experience created in the ski resort town has become an institution over the past 20 years.

Restaurant: Charcut Roast House Where: Calgary, Alberta Notable? Co-owned by Top Chef Canada Season One finalist Connie DeSousa, Charcut has been credited with being at the forefront of Calgary's culinary reinvention.

Restaurant: La Bodega Where: Regina, Saskatchewan Notable? Besides being the sole restaurant from Saskatchewan on the list, La Bodega has made waves for its tapas-style dishes, three-level patio, and annual ice bar, created each November.

Restaurant: The Stockyards Smokehouse And Larder Where: Toronto, Ontario Notable? A tiny fried chicken joint may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think "best restaurant, " but The Stockyards has been praised for its meats by everyone from fanatical Yelp reviewers to celebrity chefs.

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