There are some things you just have to eat to call yourself a true Canadian. Peameal bacon, butter tarts, poutine, and Nanaimo bars to name a few. A whole new food has just entered the scene, and it takes the trophy for the most Canadian meal ever. It's obviously doused in maple syrup, but the main ingredient is both patriotic and unusual. Put on your plaid and head over to this cidery for Ontario's deep-fried maple leaf this weekend!\nYou read that correctly, you can actually munch on a maple leaf and it's the most Canadian thing ever. The maple leaves are being sold at Spirit Tree Estate Cidery, located in Caledon, Ontario. This unique dish takes fall eating to a whole new level, and you're going to want to try it for yourself.\nThe leaves are part of the cidery's fall bistro menu, and this weekend will most likely be your last chance to get one.\nOfficially named Tempura Fried Maple Leafs, the dish is far from plain. Each leaf is freshly picked and salt-cured, before being coated in tempura batter and deep-fried. They are then drizzled in maple syrup and soy dressing and finished off with peanut praline. Who's mouth is watering already?\nView this post on Instagram Although I’m a huge foodie, a lot of people don’t know that I’m actually a REALLY picky eater 🤫 This year has been a tad bit out of the box for me. When asked what’s the craziest thing I’ve eaten, I used to never have an answer, but this year I’ve got two! For one- I tried ALLIGATOR (yes, you read that right) in New Orleans because it was a must-try and to my surprise it actually tasted a lot like chicken 🤷🏽♀️ Secondly, last week on our #visitONfarms tour, I was pleasantly surprised when a deep fried maple leaf showed up on my plate! Slowly but surely stepping out of my foodie comfort zone. I’d love to know, what’s the craziest thing you’ve eaten? A post shared by Deenuka (@girl.meats.food) on Oct 29, 2019 at 8:15pm PDT\nSelling for just six dollars each, this patriotic treat is worth a taste. You can also enjoy other delicious fall meals from the menu like Ice Cider Pate or Ontario poutine.\nStop by Spirit Tree's bakery to grab more delectable treats like apple cinnamon buns and another Canadian classic, butter tarts.\nSpirit Tree Estate Cidery | Handout\nThe Tempura Fried Maple Leafs are another feature to add to the list of our country's unique eats. From rainbow poutine to pickle ice cream, the deep-fried maple leaf will be right at home in Canada's unique food scene!\nSpirit Tree Estate Cidery | Handout\nTempura Fried Maple Leafs\nPrice: $6\nAddress: Spirit Tree Estate Cidery, 1137 Boston Mills Rd., Terra Cotta, Caledon, ON\nWhy You Need It: Show off your patriotism by indulging in this maple leaf dish that oozes with Canadian vibes.\nWebsite\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.