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Raymonds, No. 27 of Canada's 100 Best Restaurants 2017 (via Canadas 100 Best)

Once you’re settled in the formal, ornate and dimly lit dining room, starting in on a first course of freshly shucked oysters or scallops with Jerusalem artichoke and sea urchin, it can be hard to remember that a few short years ago the only thing culinary tourists ever reported back from St. John’s was that lemon wedges were scarce at the local fish and chips shops.

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