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Pastaga

Pastaga

Photo: Virginia Macdonald

Pastaga is an offbeat kind of casual, with a by-friends-for-friends vibe. It gets its name from the Marseillais word for pastis, the anise-flavoured apéro (used simply and effectively in cocktails here), but the food is based in Montreal. Riffs on the city’s Jewish heritage are clean and compact: bison smoked meat sandwich with homemade rye, chopped liver “à la juive,” marinated salmon with salmon jerky shavings and German potato salad.

From: Canada's Best New Restaurants 2012

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