Fall foods from around Canada
If your traveling around Canada this fall season you’re bound to get cravings for delicous and hearty food that warms the soul. Don’t worry we’ve got you covered. We’ve used the Sirved app to search out restaurants across Canada with some of the best warming foods for the harvest season.
Clam Chowder – The Canteen – Halifax, Nova Scotia
On the East Coast, there’s no better way to warm up than with Clam Chowder. The Canteen in Halifax has a truely authentic Canteen Chowder which is a signature mainstay item on all of their seasonally inspired menus. View menu here.
French Onion Soup – Drake One Fifity – Toronto, Ontario
In the financial district of Toronto you’ll find an extra delicious french onion soup at Drake One Fifity. It’s got everything that a classic french onion soup should have, beef broth, a baguette crostini and of course the stretchiest gruyere in all the land. View menu here.
Gumbo – Nolas – Windsor, Ontario
Nola’s in Windsor, Ontario is home to one of the best gumbos in the region. It fells like you’re in New Orlenas with it’s inspired decor, amazing drink list and a traditional gumbo that has a roux that could roux the world. View menu here.
No fall foodie list is complete without a Butternut Squash Soup. Peasant Cookery in Winnipeg, Manitoba makes a unique Butternut Squash Soup with coconut, curry and granola on top that will have you wishing haverst season was all year long. View menu here.
Shepard’s Pie – Irish Times – Victoria, BC
If you’re on Canada’s West Coast and are chilly from the fall ocean breeze, you can warm up with a visit to Irish Times in Victoria, BC. Their shepherd’s pie is classic, delicious and hearty from top to bottom. Wash it down with a pint from the motherland and you’ll be dancing the irish jig in no time. View menu here.