Givens its northern location and typically temperatures colder than most of the US, Canada has an ample amount of comfort foods. Rich snacks like poutine, which is French fries, gravy, and cheese curds, hits the spot on those chilly Canadian days and nights. It’s actually considered “Canada’s national dish”. If there’s a food that’s not sweet enough for you, when in doubt, douse it with local maple syrup.
11 Most Famous Foods in Canada
Canada is a nation famous for its kind hospitality, cold winters, and beautiful natural surroundings. While Vancouver’s towering mountains and Ontario’s majestic Niagara Falls are awe-inspiring, there’s one area where the country might deserve more credit – its food. With influences from the French, Indigenous peoples, and the many immigrants that have made the country …
Top Foods & Drinks in Canada
Canada is the second-largest country by surface area, so there’s a lot of variety from east to west. Add in the longest coastline in the world, 243,042 kilometers (including mainland and islands), and you have a lot of fish and seafood to sample. There are so tasty beverages to try as well, such as imbibing a local Molson or Kokanee beer.