EnRoute Invites Food-Lovers To Vote For Canada’s Best New Restaurants

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by Andrew Morrison | Every year, a few local colleagues and I have the honour of recommending new BC restaurants to enRoute Magazine for their annual Canada’s Best New Restaurants list. The Top 10, narrowed down by the magazine’s food writer, Andrew Braithwaite (who travels around the country dining unannounced at the restaurants we suggest), has become something of an instruction manual for country-crossing food-lovers. His picks are coming out in the November issue, but enRoute is inviting the public to have their say first. The ballots for the new People’s Choice Award are now online. They’ve set it up so that it’s super easy, so get voting!

Spoiler alert: the ballot is a sneak peak at the 35 restaurants that our little team nominated.

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  1. Vancouver’s “The Acorn” has my vote! Their food is a dining experience NOT to be missed! The concept of flavors, combinations and presentation takes the eating experience totally out of the box. It’s a vegetarian restaurant that ‘speaks’ to foodies of all kinds!

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