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Air Canada Announces Longlist Of Canada's Best New Restaurants For 2018

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  • Air Canada Announces Longlist Of Canada's Best New Restaurants For 2018

    Every year, in a shameless but effective ploy to get people to travel across the country, Air Canada publishes a list of the best new restaurants. They've just unveiled their longlist of 30 new spots, and we'd like reservations at all of them, please.
    This year's contenders include Japanese, Thai, Mexican, Filipino, Argentinian, Moroccan, French, Italian, Indigenous and local cuisine, and they're scattered across the country in big cities like Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Calgary as well as more unexpected places like Jordan Station, Ont. and Saint-Benoît-de-Mirabel, Que. Take a look at the list below.
    British Columbia

    1909 Kitchen, Tofino, B.C.

    Cuisine: Seasonal
    Chef: Paul Moran
    We want to try: Pacific crab boil, featuring dungeness crab, mussels, clams, bacon banger sausages, corn on the cob, nugget potatoes, foot hills butter and lemon.
    Instagram that makes us want to cry: St. Lawrence, Vancouver, B.C.

    Cuisine: Québécois-French
    Chef: J-C Poirier
    We want to try: Grilled hanger steak with bone marrow, sauce aux poivres and frites
    The Courtney Room, Victoria, B.C.

    Cuisine: Seasonal French
    Chef: Sam Harris
    We want to try: Beef tenderloin Oscar, made with seared beef tenderloin, dungeness crab, béarnaise sauce, pomme purée and wilted greens
    Instagram that makes us want to cry: [INDENT]

    [URL="https://www.instagram.com/p/Bi-2ARIDtNt/?utm_source=ig_embed"]Beef tenderloin Oscar anyone? Available on our Dining Room menu. And yes, that is dungeness crab that you see.
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