3 Montreal Restaurants Up For Canada's Best New Restaurants 2015

Vote for your favorite and win $500.
3 Montreal Restaurants Up For Canada's Best New Restaurants 2015

Every year, Air Canada enRoute assemble a panel to determine Canada's best new restaurant. The Panel is made of some of the country's greatest chefs and leading food professionals. Each of them nominate their favorite new restaurant in their respective area. Once the list has been completed, the enRoute writer travels to each restaurant to put it to the test and YOU can vote for your favorites!

Plus when you vote you're entered for a chance to win $500.

This year 3 new Montreal restaurants have made it onto the list which means we very well could be the proud hosts of Canada's best new restaurant of 2015.

The 3 restaurants are:

 1. Jatoba

1184 Place Phillips

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Vote for Jatoba

Pizzeria Gema

6827, rue St-Dominique

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Vote for Pizzeria Gema

3. Salmigondis

6896 Saint-Dominique

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Vote for Salmigondis

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