Toronto, Vancouver among top culinary spots: travel report
September 30, 2014 By Bakers Journal
Sept. 30, 2014, Toronto – Toronto and Vancouver have made the list of
top destinations for Canadians this fall as reported by Travelocity.ca.
Sept. 30, 2014, Toronto – Toronto and Vancouver have made the list of top destinations for Canadians this fall as reported by Travelocity.ca.
The Travelocity.ca Culinary Travel Trend
Report, with input from culinary trendologist Christine Couvelier, has named Canadians' top 10 destinations for culinary travel this fall.
The report places Toronto number 4 on the list and cites its "global cuisine, fabulous bakeries and
innovative menus" and says the hottest trend in Toronto right now is hand-held pies both
sweet and savoury.
Vancouver is number 8, in part for its sustainable seafood and pink salmon
caught off Haida Gwaii.
Other top destinations in the report are San Francisco, where the Sriracha trend extends to glazes on savoury dishes; New York City, with its ongoing gourmet burger trend; San Sebastian, Spain, home to local specialties from Pintxo bars; and Lyon, France, known as the
capitol of gastronomy, where heritage cuisine is popular.
The results were gleaned from an online survey conducted Aug. 20 to Aug. 21, 2014, among 1,505 randomly selected
Canadian adults who are Angus Reid Forum panelists.
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