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.
Have you resolved to eat better in the New Year? Here are some great places to enjoy a light meal and to recharge your batteries after the holidays!
In Montreal, the sandwich is an art form, though perhaps it's more accurate to call it a mad science. There's the wild grilled-cheese fusions offered by artisanal food truck vendors as well as quiet cafés tucked away in Old Montreal. Seafood-themed sandwiches are also popular among traditional restaurants and cafés that are eclectic in both their menus and decor. [Image credit: iStock.com/NightAndDayIimages]
Montreal and its Poutine Week are celebrating their wood anniversary. Yep, five years already! But don’t worry, you won’t be finding bits of bark in your food; instead you’re in for a ton of flavour and surprisingly delicious ingredients! From 1 to 7 February 2017, no less than 100 restaurants – including 50 in Montreal – will be offering decadent poutine for the occasion. Here’s our top 25. [Photo credit: PoutineWeek]
In what has become an annual tradition, Gourmet Avenue is returning to the heart of the Plateau for a fifth year. You’re hereby invited by a number of restaurateurs for a long walk along Mont-Royal Avenue on the 17th and 18th of September 2016 to taste local and hand-crafted products, chat with the owners and local producers and attend cooking classes! Here are some of the restaurants taking part. 
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]
If you’ve lived in Montreal long enough, chances are you’ve craved a steamy, or “steamé” in bon Québecois. Sure, many Montrealers can probably tell you where the nearest Belle Pro is located at any given time, but when you’re looking for the classic snack, these mom-and-pop shops have got you covered.
Montreal loves its mobile munchies. Our famous food trucks have quickly gained quite the following in Montreal, and for good reason! At lunchtime, leave the boring cafeteria behind and take a wander through the streets to find out why these kitchens on wheels have whipped up so much interest. Taste unique dishes, served fast in a street near you... or your office!
Hailing from the Middle East, Falafel are vegetarian balls of goodness comprised of ground chickpeas, onions, garlic, parsley, cumin and chilies, then deep-fried for good measure. Fortunately, Montreal has some of the best falafel joints in the country thanks to its large and diverse Middle Eastern population.
Montrealers love to share food with friends. Nachos are a great dish to eat over a few beers or while drinking tequilas with your posse — although most of the time you may end up hogging the platter to yourself. If that’s the case, these restaurants are for you.
Montrealers love a good slice…of pizza, that is. Montreal is home to many pizza shops, but where do we go when we’re craving just that one slice? Whether you like pepperoni, or a good “Hawaiienne,” here are our picks for the best slices of pizza in Montreal, with all the toppings.
It doesn’t get much more Quebecois than poutine. Fries, gravy, cheese curds – done right, it’s one of the most delicious, satisfying dishes around. So to make sure you know what good, authentic poutine tastes like, here is the list of the best poutine in Montreal!
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