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Lawrence Boutéraon, the pastry chef at this Van Horne Avenue establishment, is Breton. So, butter, butter, 100% pure butter is required. Croissants, buns and toast implore you to bring them home. In passing you might go for the Pistachoc, a pistachio and chocolate cake.
There are moments that call for a little bit of sweetness, whether it’s strolling around with an ice cream on a swelteringly hot day, or taking a bite of a rich, creamy dessert after a satisfying dinner. Get to know your options with these incredible desserts, and get your sweet tooth ready for some action.
Enjoying a good dessert is an essential part of a Montrealer’s lifestyle. A well-made dessert can brighten up a bad day, or sweeten the ending of a good (or not-so-good) dinner. As with fine-dining restaurants, Montreal has no shortage of amazing dessert spots around the city. From ice cream to éclairs, here are the 10 Montreal dessert shops that you need to visit ASAP.