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Vote for your favourite photo of Summerlicious 2015

It was another successful year for Summerlicious as diners descended on local restaurants for limited-time prix fixe menus. Prior to the start of the festival, we challenged our readers to share their favourite photos of the standout dishes they enjoyed, and now we ask that you vote for the best candidates from this year's crop of captures.

Check out all the submissions here.

Our winners are up for three prizes:

Top photo of the berries and lemon cake at Momofuku Daisho by @chocojanna

shrimp gazpacho

Shrimp Gazpacho salad at Reds Midtown Tavern by @doyourhomeworkwithafork

Rosewater

Corn soup at Rosewater by @frankjxl

arisu

Cold buckwheat noodles with short rib at Arisu Izakaya by @tianisafoodie

Luma

Salted caramel pudding, fudge brownie, pecans, and sliced bananas at Luma by @tastebytes

Mildreds

Sweet Corn lime, chilli, and coconut milk soup topped with crab, sour cream, and crispy tortilla at Mildred's Temple Kitchen by @rishanpersaud

Cluny

Dessert and sangria at Cluny by @prisharms

Hawthorne

Green pea panna cotta at Hawthrone by @dejibu

Bosk

Poached Niagara peach at Bosk by @julietdeflair

Auberge

Chilled Ontario tomato soup with tarragon, oven-dried tomato compote at Auberge du Pommier by @michael_badger

UPDATE: Congratulations to all finalists. We now have three winners as chosen by voters in the poll. The winning photos are:

1st place: Dessert and sangria by @prisharms
2nd place: Corn soup by @frankjxl
3rd place: Berries and lemon cake by @chocojanna

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What was your favourite meal at Summerlicious this year? Let us know in the comments.


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