These Are Canada’s Best Restaurants for 2024

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Canada’s 100 Best magazine has officially released its annual list of the top restaurants in the country and it’s making us hungry!

Restaurants from all over are considered and voted on by a record-high number of 150 judges made up of people in the industry, chefs, critics and writers.

Want to put the top restaurants on your bucket list? You’ll find Mon Lapin in Montreal in the number one spot, with Edulis in Toronto coming in second, and a second Toronto restaurant, Alo, taking third place.

We’re rounding up the top 10 restaurants on the Canada’s 100 Best list below!

 1: Mon Lapin (Montreal)

Opened in 2018 in the Little Italy quarter of Montréal, the bar and restaurant has rapidly become a standout address for local gourmands. Expect refined natural wines & a shifting menu of farm-focused fare in a stylish, petite spot.

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2: Edulis (Toronto)

Edulis is about many things. The pleasure of enjoying a gathering around the table to share authentic dishes and to be greeted like a friend; conviviality, feasting, celebrating the craft and tradition of cooking, honesty, and spectacular ingredients. Their menus change to showcase the ingredients of the moment – with a strong focus on seafood, vegetables, and wild mushrooms.


 3: Alo (Toronto)

Alo is a contemporary French restaurant located at the top of a heritage building in downtown Toronto. The cuisine is internationally inspired and celebrates the finest in seasonal ingredients paired with a genuine sense of welcome.

Their Dining Room serves blind, multi-course tasting menus for 2-4 guests at $225/person. There’s also The Bar at Alo, situated in an adjacent room, offering a six course tasting menu inspired by the Dining Room offerings. This menu is also available à la carte!


 4: 20 Victoria (Toronto)

On a quiet stretch of downtown Toronto, Chef Julie Hyde is making her talents known in this tiny-but-mighty restaurant that captured the city’s heart the day it opened. Top-notch local produce, pristine seafood and refined sauce work make for a delicious trifecta on a seasonal tasting menu that boasts originality in spades.


 5: Langdon Hall Dining Room (Cambridge, ON)

The cuisine at Langdon Hall starts with looking out their kitchen windows… meaning it’s inspired by the seasons, wild produce growing in abundance on the property and the bounty of their kitchen gardens. This is true farm-to-table dining

 6: Restaurant Pearl Morissette (Jordan Station, ON)

This is an an ambitious fine dining experience, featuring an ever-changing of regional ingredients. reflects the European ideal of destination dining in the heart of agriculture with French influences.

pearl morissette

 7: Published on Main (Vancouver)

Contemporary with a focus on local and sustainable, Published on Main enjoys supporting their much loved local farms and producers. Highlighting the best of what they can find for each season, with a passion for foraging and finding locally sourced ingredients.

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 8: Beba (Verdun, QC)

Beba is an intimate restaurant located in the heart of Verdun, Quebec. Their cuisine is inspired by Spanish and Italian cultures which, over time, have settled in Argentina. Throughout the year, they use the best ingredients available, prepared with techniques based on simplicity.


 9: Bar Kismet (Halifax)

This approachable, seafood-driven restaurant is a small family owned and operated spot serving inventive cocktails, thoughtfully curated wine, fresh dishes and handmade pasta.

bar kismet

 10: Kissa Tanto (Vancouver)

Tucked into the upper story of a faded building in Chinatown, Kissa Tanto invites you into the little jewel that is the House of Plenty. Expect flavours of Japanese cuisine with the warmth of ltalian cooking brought together in culinary force.

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