2006 BEST French Restaurant
Craigie On Main
French food can be oh-so fussy. Unless Tony Maws is behind the stove. Maws passes on clichéd classics in favor of unusual ingredients that make each dish sing: Duck tongue decorates a smoked potato purée, fava leaves brighten a curry-poached trout, and quince and candied dates balance decadent seared foie gras. With a new menu each day, the only Gallic standard that applies here is bon appétit!
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