Poutine is serious business. Why else would this delicacy be given its own official week? Prepare your stomach, because from February the 1st to 7th, you will be putting it through a whole host of emotions and flavours! And this year, Poutine Week will also be celebrated elsewhere on the planet... even as far as Australia! But there's no need to go that far. Here is our top 25 picks to be found in Montreal restaurants.
Ramen restaurants are popping up all over Montreal, but for those less versed in this Japanese specialty, choosing the right spot can be a daunting task. There is a difference between tonkotsu, shoyu and miso broths, as well as the ramen noodles and accompanying meat. The trifecta of ramen is broth-noodles-meat; and we’ve strictly evaluated all these restaurants, highlighting their strengths. [Photo: Yokato Yokabai]
It comes as no surprise that Montreal’s local food movement is a force to be reckoned with. As a result, scores of chefs have jumped on the bandwagon; some do it out of an ideological drive, others to satisfy an increasingly demanding and scrutinizing clientele. The following list of restaurants place an emphasis on sourcing locally, relying heavily on nearby farms, game and fishing. [Image credit: iStock]
Montreal’s rich and complex dining scene goes through its fair share of fads and trends every couple years. Of late, we’ve witnessed an explosion in Japanese izakayas, which were followed by Neapolitan pizzerias and more recently taquerias. The following list showcases our city’s various takes on the Mexican staple, from its most traditional form to experimental renditions that are bound to amaze. [Image credit: iStock]
In recent years, Wellington Street has emerged to become one of the main arteries of the city of Montreal. Very popular with South-West residents, the area’s many unique, gourmet restaurants also attract Montrealers from around the island. Here are some great places for those looking for a table within 10 minutes’ walk of the metro station De L'Église. [Image credit: iStockphoto.com/Victor Kapas]
Located in the heart of Little Italy, the Jean-Talon Metro Station is sort of a central point of the city. Its surroundings are multicultural... and its restaurants, too! Here’s a list of locations for those looking for a good bite less than a 10-minute walk from the station or the Market.[Image credit: iStockphoto.com/© ferenz]
Berri-UQAM is the busiest station of the entire metro network, with some 13 million journeys recorded in 2014. It serves the popular Latin Quarter and St-Denis, de Maisonneuve and Ontario East streets. In short, this station is something of a central point of the city. So here are a few good places for those looking for a table within 10 minutes' walk from the metro station.[Image credit: SDC du Quartier Latin]
Let’s be honest, the holidays are stressful and when you have family over for a holiday, the stress level tends to increases exponentially. So instead of cooking, prepping and cleaning your house, this Easter why don’t you save yourself the trouble (and stress) and enjoy brunch at one of the many Montreal restaurants serving Easter brunch. [image credit: iStock]
Prepare yourself for the third annual Mac N'Cheese event, held in Montreal, Quebec and Toronto – to name just a few – from April 3 to 10, 2017. This isn’t a competition, however – no prizes will be awarded, although that doesn’t mean you won’t still have your favourites. Here are 12 of the Montreal participants that are making us salivate. We imagine you’re hungry too! [image credit: Geneviève Dallaire]
Do you have a barbecue? Neither do I. That's why I'm suggesting some spots that make hot dogs better than us, so you'll know where to head for your junk food fix. A well done hot dog is a beautiful thing and these places are where you’ll find them. Enjoy! [Image credit: iStock.com/bhofack2]
Summer is slowly settling in, and with it comes the start of patio season. Burgers on the terrace are a given, but what about the vegetarians among us? Fret not! We've got it covered. Check out the city's sunniest spots for meatless eats.
Weekend or Spring Break! What better opportunity to get to Space for Life than when the kids are on holidays and have them discover the Biodome, the Botanical Garden, the Insectarium and the Planetarium? You could even finish the day with a cheeky film at Starcité. But at some point the sprogs are going to get hungry. Thankfully, there are more restaurants around the Olympic Stadium than you’d think. [Image: iStock]
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