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TOURISM LONDON LONDONTOURISM.CA
Local
FLAVOUR
If you care about your food and where it originates, you are going to love discovering the food and drink scene in London, Ontario.
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styles of culinary offerings reflects our cultural diversity and the increased
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ire for quality food experiences. Our landmark restaurants and indie cafés
distinguish themselves with ethnic authenticity and tradition, with an emphasis on
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With the farm to table
MICHAEL’S ON THE THAMES
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the trend for buying and eating local continues to gain momentum. More than ever, I see restaurateurs and chefs partnering with local farmers and fishers developing relationships, and incorporating fresh, locally-raised meats and poultry into their menus. Farm-fresh
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oduce and other hand-crafted specialty products and locally-produced ingredients are also finding their way into restaurant kitchens and cooking repertoires.
Indie food entrepreneurs and culinary artisans with their made by hand, small batched and seasonal offerings, using locally-procured ingredients continue to
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London continues to be a hot-bed of indie food start-ups with everything from organic, keto, paleo, gluten-free, sugar-free and nut-free options to the passion for plant-based products. The rise in local bakeries, cafés and restaurants serving up innovative vegetable-centred cuisine
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GARLIC’S OF LONDON
THE EARLY BIRD
CHE RESTOBAR
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