Top Canadian Food Destinations
September 6, 2016
Food and vacations go hand-in-hand. Who was the genius that thought of a food vacation? You know, one where you travel to different destinations just to try different foods? We need to name a holiday after them. Even if you can’t devote a whole week to a food vacation, you can still travel and try some amazing foods along the way.
Toronto is a great place to sample a huge variety of foods. The different ethnicities and cultures of Toronto have produced a foodie’s Mecca. Here you can find plenty of French restaurants full of amazing foods. You will also find Mediterranean food at LaVinia Restaurant, Moroccan flavors at Byblos, and a variety of Asian, Spanish, and Japanese restaurants. Toronto is the world’s table. Pull up a chair!
Québec is synonymous with poutine. Freshly cut fries, cheese curds, and savoury gravy combine to make a comfort food like no other. This is not their only offering, though. Raw milk cheeses are a huge draw for locals and visitors alike. They even have a cheese route that tourists can take. Don’t miss the maple while you visit Québec. Maple syrup, maple candies – the people really have a sweet tooth in this area of Canada.
Do you love seafood? Then you must travel to Prince Edward Island for fresh-from-the-sea lobster and mussels. Lobsters are served fresh all over the island. There is even a shellfish festival for everyone who loves the tasty delicacies. Stop by Richard’s Fresh Seafood for the best lobster rolls you’ve ever put in your mouth. You could also stop by Water Prince Corner Shop and Lobster Pound. Homey and small, the food here pulls in the crowds: chowder, fish cakes, fried scallops, and of course, lobster.There’s a plate waiting for you at our table. Don’t forget to include CanadaStays on your guest list. Giving you the best condo rentals in Toronto or even try renting a chalet in Quebec or a vacation rental in Prince Edward Island.