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Featured Non-Fiction: Where to Eat in Canada 07-08

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Featured Non-Fiction: Where to Eat in Canada 07-08

Oberon Press, 2007

Now in its 37th year, Where to Eat in Canada is a bestselling independent guide to Canadian restaurants from coast to coast — the first ever published and the only one of its kind on the market today. Every restaurant in the guide has been personally tested. The reporters who review for the guide are not allowed to identify themselves or to accept free meals. Where to Eat in Canada accepts no advertisements or payment for listings. This book belongs to its readers and to nobody else.

Every June a new edition of Where to Eat in Canada appears in every Canadian bookstore. If you use an out-of-date edition and find it inaccurate, don’t blame the publisher. Buy a new edition. Each year the guide lists some 500 restaurants in more than 200 cities, towns and villages across the country. The guide tells you what the restaurants are like, what they do best, what they cost, and when they’re open. Maps show you where they are. See Sample Reviews.

The publisher, Oberon Press, includes blank forms at the back of the book so that readers can let them know about wonderful discoveries and culinary disappointments.

Read more about Where to Eat in Canada at the Oberon Press website.