Montreal poutines you absolutely must try

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!

Brouhaha Maison Des Brasseurs

5860, av de Lorimier, Montréal, QC H2G 2N9

It may not be a restaurant per se, but the poutine at Brouhaha, the brewpub of the Rosemont neighbourhood, deserves to be in this list of hits. Brouhaha's "poutiflette" (a mix of Poutine and Tartiflette) is one of the best poutine dishes in the world!

Patati Patata

4177, boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1Y7

Tiny, colourful, and always full of customers, Patati Patata focuses on potatoes. And since the main ingredient – indeed, the critical ingredient – of poutine is the fries, Patati Patata has earned itself a place on this list.

9230 3866 Quebec Inc Rs P

1348 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal, QC H2G 1K8

Just because Poutineville has several locations doesn’t mean you should turn up your nose at their menu – it is, with no exaggeration, superb. The concept – create your own poutine from a range of ingredients – has what it takes to make your mouth water even before you order.

La Banquise

994, rue Rachel E, Montréal, QC H2J 2J3

La Banquise is (rightfully) on the list of all the tour guides, and most visitors to the city will try it at least once (a wise decision). This establishent’s well-deserved reputation draws legendary line-ups at 3:15 am on summer nights. What more can be said?

Das Truck Inc

4351 Av De Lorimier, Montréal, QC H2H 2B3

Warm, relaxed, pleasant; the restaurant itself is a great reason to go there. As for poutines go, they know how to do it right. Try the Italian version (spaghetti sauce), the vegan (mushrooms and sweet peppers), the bourguignonne (red wine and ground beef) or the classic “galvaude” (chicken and peas).

Restaurant au Pied De Cochon

536, av Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2L 1A9

It's simple: it is the best poutine in the world. The foie gras poutine of Martin Picard includes a wonderful pan-seared lobe of foie gras, fries triple-cooked in duck fat, and a homemade sauce that includes cream. Beware of imitations!

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