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Enroute 2006


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Here's the list:

1. Nu (Vancouver, BC)

2. Capo (Calgary, AB)

3. Dayboat (Hunter River, PEI)

4. Cava (Toronto, ONT)

5. Rare (Vancouver, BC)

6. Pintxo (Montreal, QUE)

7. Harvest (Picton, ONT)

8. Treadwell (Port Dalhousie, ONT)

9. Joe Beef (Montreal, QUE)

10. Saint Germain (Calgary, AB)

Cheers,

Anne

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And here is their 25 "Where to eat next" restaurants, in east to west order:

Basho Japanese Fusion, St. John’s

Saege Bistro, Halifax

Opera Bistro, Saint John

La Noce, Quebec

L’Atelier, Montreal

Garde-Manger, Montreal

XO, Montreal

La Loie, Montreal

Par-Fyum, Gatineau

Stella, Ottawa

Jamie Kennedy Gardiner, Toronto

Ki Restaurant, Toronto

Lai Toh Heen, Toronto

Torito, Toronto

Vertical, Toronto

Bistro 7 ®˘, Winnipeg

Zest, Regina

Alexis, Calgary

Mercato, Calgary

The Tribune, Calgary

Velvet, Calgary

White Goose Bistro, Prince George

Century, Vancouver

Mistral, Vancouver

Senova, Vancouver

Cheers,

Anne

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Just an FYI for those of you who did not know.

The #5 restaurant on the list is Rare in Vancouver.

It is owned and operated by Brian Fowke, who is Chef Fowke on eGullet.

He is very pleased at the result.

I told him to cool his jets as it was not the #5 best new restaurant in the WORLD, only Canada. :biggrin:

Neil Wyles

Hamilton Street Grill

www.hamiltonstreetgrill.com

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Lots of provinces with hungry people and nowhere good to eat...

Lesley (or anybody) - any idea how the restaurants are chosen?

"October 26 2006- after calling upon a natiowide roster of 37 of Canada's MOST RESPECTED FOODIES TO RECOMMEND NEW RESTAURANTS across the country(OPENED ..BETWEEN JULY 2005 AND JUNE 2006)".....

Pintxos opened march 2005...????? J uni OPENED APRIL 2005????? COME ON

this is a joke....Chris Johns and the RESPECTED FOODIES TO RECOMMEND THIS RESTAURANTS JAJAJAJAJA

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"October 26 2006- after calling upon a natiowide roster of 37 of Canada's MOST RESPECTED  FOODIES TO RECOMMEND NEW RESTAURANTS across the country(OPENED ..BETWEEN JULY 2005 AND JUNE 2006)".....

Pintxos opened  march 2005...????? J uni OPENED APRIL 2005????? COME ON

this is a joke....Chris Johns and the RESPECTED FOODIES TO RECOMMEND THIS RESTAURANTS JAJAJAJAJA

Perhaps both the research and the foodies are Zagat's... :shock:

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Y'all are just pissed that a BC restaurant got top spot. :wink::wink:

The validity of En Route has been discussed ad infinitum in these fora. Here is the thread from 2005. Sound familiar?

I have no more or no less respect for the En Route awards than I do for any other awards. 100% integrity is impossible. They're a guide, and will not make up for a crappy restaurant. What the En Route awards will do is give a much needed boost of business to a new restaurant ... just ask Marc of Brasserie l'Ecole in Victoria.

A.

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