Canada’s provinces and territories offer different products on the food market – Saskatchewan is the breadbasket, Quebec produces maple syrup, and BC – cultivated blueberries. The country is known for its multicultural society, the Winter Olympics, rugged environment and snow. But Canada is not known for its gourmet cuisine. This shouldn’t disappoint you – Canada’s large cities offer it all, from top-notch restaurants to Chinese restaurants and street-side dim sum. There are many delicious meals you can try, apart from ethnic cuisines such as Greek, Middle Eastern, Thai, and Japanese.
Besides, there is good beer. Popular beers here are Labatt’s Blue and Molson Canadian. If you are going to visit Quebec, try Unibroue. Alexander Keith is produced in Nova Scotia. Canada is a great destination for the beer tourist. Try local foods as well. How about chicken wings, poutine, pierogies, Tim Hortons Donuts, and Kraft dinner? You can choose from a selection of delicious and rich accompaniments, and we promise, you will not regret the splurge.
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