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Air Canada's enRoute magazine announces the winners of Canada's Best New Restaurants 2012

MONTREAL, Oct. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- For more than a decade, enRoute has been combing the country for Canada's Best New Restaurants, offering readers a mouth-watering snapshot of the country's culinary scene as it evolves. In 2012, food journalist Sarah Musgrave once again ate her way across Canada on a month-long journey, dining anonymously wherever she landed. More than 250 dishes later, it was clear: the year belonged to Toronto, which nabbed an unprecedented 6 of the 10 spots on the list. "With a flurry of lease signings and exhaust-fan installations, the city's dining scene is on fire," she writes in enRoute's November issue. The most respected and hotly anticipated restaurant list, this year's results were inspiring and solidly staked out Canada's spot in the international culinary scene.

enRoute names
Edulis
(Toronto)
Canada's Best New Restaurant 2012

"...the make-it-look-easy restaurant of the year. Refreshingly more show than tell, it does barn to table without the fuss...it's above all not self-conscious...Nor should you be when you come back for more."

Sarah Musgrave on Edulis, Canada's Best New Restaurant 2012

The Top 10 best new restaurants in Canada on enRoute's 2012 list are:

2. Model Milk (Calgary)
3. Ursa (Toronto)
4. Acadia (Toronto)
5. Pastaga (Montreal)
6. Hopgood's Foodliner (Toronto)
7. Grand Electric (Toronto)
8. Keriwa Cafe (Toronto)
9. Borgo (Calgary)
10. Nora Gray (Montreal)

Canada's Best New Restaurants 2012 will be featured in the November issue of enRoute, Air Canada's inflight magazine, and online at http://enroute.aircanada.com/en/articles/canadas-best-new-restaurants-2012. Readers can also follow the magazine on Facebook, on Twitter @enroutemag and on enroutemagazine.tumblr.com. Travelers can also download the popular enRoute Eats app for Android and iPhone which, as of November, will include this year's Top 10 restaurants as well as previous years' winners, along with enRoute-recommended restaurants across the country.

SOURCE enRoute