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Golden Plates 2012 readers' choice winners

The results of an online Georgia Straight reader poll conducted in January and February, 2012.

A team of Straight staffers called up more than 100 local restaurateurs, chefs, and managers, and asked them to name the best restaurants in Vancouver.
Georgia Straight readers chose Dale MacKay as Vancouver’s best chef, while the restaurant industry voted David Hawksworth number one. Here, industry insiders dish on what makes a...
When Straight staffers called up more than 100 restaurateurs, chefs, and floor managers, many of them talked about how glad they were to see poorly executed molecular gastronomy...
Vancouver chefs and restaurateurs speak on the shift in local diners from unaware customers to discerning foodies—armed with opinions.
Judging by the lineups on the weekends at certain places, people can't get enough of brunch. And why, exactly?
These Chinese, Korean, and Taiwanese versions could just become your new favourites
From $7 glasses to $1,100 bottles, here’s what’s drinking well at local restaurants.
You may not hear much about these places, but chefs and restaurateurs swear by them
Chefs and restaurateurs dish on what they’d like to see added to the food-and-beverage mix.
When Georgia Straight readers were asked to recall a great meal they had eaten at a restaurant over the past year, there was no shortage of responses.
Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1979, prairie boy Dale MacKay knew that he wanted to become a great Canadian chef from an early age.
Chef Rob Feenie, one of Canada’s most recognized chefs, is the culinary force behind Cactus Club Café’s 21 casual fine dining restaurants in British Columbia and Alberta.
A Vancouver native, Hawksworth spent a decade in Europe honing his skills in some of Britain’s finest Michelin-starred restaurants, such as Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, L’Escargot...