A young lady describes the types of foods Canadians eat and a little about Canadian restaurants.
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I'm from Canada, and we are very multicultural here, so we represent a lot of different countries when it comes to our food.
We have everything from American restaurants, that serve cheeseburgers and fries, to Ukrainian, which is known for pierogi and cabbage rolls, to Indian which is known for curry, with Japanese, which is um really popular here, sushi, ah Chinese, everything. We definitely have all types of different kinds of restaurants.
We tend to go really breakfast, lunch and dinner. Brunch is really popular here, especially in Toronto, the east side of Canada where I'm from.
And the prices, as far as the prices go, it can really vary, you can get a meal anything from $6 dollars to, you can pay as much as $50 to $100 for a meal. It really just depends on the occasion, what type of restaurant you go to, um what area it's in, and things like that.
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She describes Canadian food as very multicultural.
You can buy cheeseburgers and fries.
Sushi is popular in Canada.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Having brunch (having a breakfast-lunch / around 11am) is popular in Toronto.
The cheapest is about $6.
It depends on the occasion and what type of restaurant you go to (cheap or expensive).