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10 Canadian Restaurants Worth Splurging On (1/10)

Reservations are recommended – and a topped-up savings account, too – for these top picks for gourmet dining from coast to coast.

1. Hawksworth, Vancouver

1. Hawksworth, Vancouver

Named restaurant of the year in 2012 by Maclean’s magazine, Hawksworth is the streetside jewel of Vancouver’s revamped Rosewood Hotel Georgia. Come for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner to sample chef David Hawksworth’s extensive menu; selections might include an appetizer of pan-seared scallops with green apple and sesame ($17), an entree of Pacific sablefish with pickled shiitake and soy-braised daikon ($38) or – if you feel like sharing – a 30 oz heritage Angus bone-in ribeye for $125. The seven-course seasonal tasting menu is $84 or $134 with wine pairings.

(Photo courtesy of Hawksworth)

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