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Simply put, Blue Water Cafe (Gold) is unparalleled. Even without the meticulous magic of sushi craftsman Yoshi Tabo, diners would line up for Frank Pabst’s inspired work on land and (especially) sea ingredients. One judge said Blue Water delivered “one of the most outstanding two or three meals of the year.” C Restaurant (Silver) may be the city’s most adventurous seafood outpost; the return to the kitchen of Robert Clark and the addition of chef Lee Humphries augurs well. Our long-standing love affair with Tojo’s (Bronze) carries on, thanks to mind-blowing flavours and textures from this doyen of the sushi scene. Honourable Mentions to hot spot Coast and perennial favourite Joe Fortes.