Tag: Restaurants


How to “Eat Keto” at a Restaurant in 5 Easy Steps

September 30, 2019 No Comments

When following a strict ketogenic diet, restaurant outings need to be well organized so that one doesn’t consume too many carbohydrates without meaning to.


TOP 10: Canada’s Best New Restaurants #AIRCANADATOP10

June 25, 2018 No Comments

Each year, Air Canada‘s enRoute magazine presents the best new restaurants in Canada. Establishments stand out with “quality ingredients, smart service, stunning locations and chefs with a vision – the stuff that great meals, and great memories, are made of.” So here are these 10 new places to try!

TOP 10: Yummy Montreal Terrace-inspired Recipes

April 17, 2017 1 Comment

The days are getting longer, the sun is shining brighter, and everybody is starting to long for the outdoors. Here in Montreal, that means spending time on terraces with friends, food, and a refreshing glass of sangria or beer. But there’s nothing wrong with recreating that experience in your own backyard. We have ten amazing terrace-inspired […]

Top Restaurant Selections to Support Playoff Hockey Success

February 14, 2017 No Comments

At restaurants, just like at home, you should be aiming to eat the right proportions of foods from the hockey players plate at each meal. By now you should know what pre-game meals work for you, especially how much food you need to eat and how long you need to digest the food. The playoffs […]

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Top 100 Best Outdoor Dining Restaurants in Canada (according to OpenTable)

June 29, 2015 No Comments

The online restaurant reservations provider OpenTable has unveiled the 2015 Top 100 Best Outdoor Dining Restaurants in Canada. This list has been generated from more than 275,000 restaurant reviews collected from verified OpenTable diners between May 1, 2014, and April 30, 2015, in more than 1,600 restaurants.

Making the Best Low FODMAP Choices at Restaurants

June 15, 2015 2 Comments

Ever wondered what to choose at the restaurant when you’re on a low FODMAP* diet? I have the answer for you right here. To simplify your life, here’s a winning formula: choose a restaurant that offers options without gluten, onion or garlic.

The ‘no garlic or onion’ chef

April 28, 2015 No Comments

In Italy, he is among the most recognisable and best-known chefs, on account of his numerous TV appearances and his rather unconventional background (he learned to cook in prison, where he spent eight months by mistake), but Filippo La Mantia is above all someone who loves to swim against the tide, because he has banned […]

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The joys of eating out…without spending a fortune

October 21, 2014 No Comments

Do you enjoy the pleasures of good food and eating out? Such happy occasions do however have a not-so-happy drawback: the bill.

Conflict Kitchen: a take-out restaurant offering cuisine from the U.S. “conflict du jour”

April 22, 2013 No Comments

If you want to understand something about a country, what better way to do it than through food? I guess this may well be one of the reasons why Conflict Kitchen, an unusual take-out restaurant in Pittsburgh, PA, opened in 2010. Indeed unusual, because this restaurant serves only ethnic foods from nations with which the […]


As long as there’s pizza, there’s hope

March 5, 2013 No Comments

The city of Naples doesn’t have a very good reputation because of organized crime. And yet, Naples is home to some innovative initiatives that would be worth learning about, and even adopting and adapting elsewhere.

The 50 best restaurants in Canada

October 17, 2012 No Comments

Maclean’s list of the 50 best restaurants in Canada is now available on newsstands. The list was compiled and the package overseen by Maclean’s food columnist and critic-at-large Jacob Richler, with the mouth-watering pictures of John Cullen.

Few days left to enjoy the food-lovers “souk” in Montreal

July 24, 2012 No Comments

The Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. As part of the celebrations, they have organized a whole-hog food fair of its own. “Souk” is an arab word for “open-air marketplace”, and the eating scene down in the Quartier des Spectacles is indeed bustling and a bit chaotic, just […]

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