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10 Must-Try Canadian Restaurants (4/10)

Expand your dining horizons by exploring the more interesting establishments on offer from coast to coast.

4. The Sugar Shack, Quebec

4. The Sugar Shack, Quebec

A meal at the cabane à sucre is a springtime tradition in Quebec, even though the hard work hauling buckets of sap through the snow that makes a heavy meal a necessity is more or less a thing of the past. For high-end maple syrup dining, head to the Au Pied de Cochon Sugar Shack run by famed Montreal restaurateur Martin Picard – if you can get a reservation. Another favourite? Cabane à Sucre Chez Dany in Trois-Rivières, whose year-round offerings include maple taffy produced, in the warmer seasons, on freshly made snow.

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