best new restaurants list, the magazine has confirmed what Torontonians already knew: “The city’s dining scene is on fire.” Six of the 10 restaurants on the list are from Toronto, including Niagara Street’s Edulis, which snagged the number one spot.">

EnRoute’s best new restaurants list gives serious props to Toronto; probably won’t irk Anthony Bourdain


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With enRoute’s 2012 edition of Canada’s best new restaurants list, the magazine has confirmed what Torontonians already knew: “The city’s dining scene is on fire.” Six of the 10 restaurants on the list are from Toronto, including Niagara Street’s Edulis, which snagged the number one spot.

Other well-deserved Toronto mentions went to Keriwa Cafe, Acadia and Ursa, along with two offspring of The Black Hoof (number two on enRoute’s 2009 list): Grand Electric and Hopgood’s Foodliner. Now for the important question: who’s going to be the first Twitter personality to raise a stink over this list?

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