Vote for your favourite photo of Winterlicious 2016

It was another successful year for Winterlicious as Toronto diners descended upon local eateries to sample limited-time prix fixe menus. As always we challenged our readers to share their photos of the most drool worthy eats they could Instagram over the course of the festival. Now we ask that you take the time and vote for your favourite photo from this year's crop of captures. Try not to drool.

Check out all the submissions here.

1. Top photo of chef's feature soup and baby kale leaves at Sassfraz by @smittensophie.

Lil Baci

2. Margherita pizza at Lil Baci by @forkphuck.

America restaurant

3. Whitefish doughnuts at America by @yuna.eats.toronto.


4. Corned beef tongue carpaccio at Fabricca by @uannasor.

Frank Restaurant

5. Beet carpaccio at FRANK Restaurant by @fourfeetten.

Bar Buca

6. Insalata d'arancia at Bar Buca by @life_of_y.


7. Baileys brownie at Bymark by @foodphotosfromfuzz.


8. Bittersweet chocolate macaron cassis sorbet and torched vanilla meringue at Cluny by @petite.cow.


9. Buttermilk panna cotta with pomegranate jelly and pistachios at Diwan by @modernpicasso_.


10. Artisanal cheese plate and bittersweet chocolate ganache cake at Bosk by @bannana_kim.

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

1st place: @modernpicasso_
2nd place: @petite.cow
3rd place: @bannana_kim

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

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