A new casual sandwich shop is hitting the Plateau next month.
Baguette Brochette, opening on St-Denis and Roy streets this September, will serve Ivorian sandwiches with local, baked-daily baguettes.
The menu will consist primarily of “street food” inspired by the cuisine of the Ivory Coast, where owner Jad Ezzeddine is from, the Baguette Brochette team said in a recent press release. This means chicken and beef brochette sandwiches are up for grabs — but vegetarians, fear not, the restaurant will also serve varieties made with vegetables and Beyond Meat, the popular imitation product made largely from pea protein. Baguette Brochette will also serve halal options.
Pain Brochette (a sandwich made out of a baguette topped with ingredients grilled on skewers) is a popular Ivorian dish, which Ezzeddine says he’s excited to introduce to the Montreal food scene. He plans to keep service fast, ingredients fresh, and prices affordable as the restaurant nears its official opening.
Baguette Brochette staff also plan to take advantage of the final days of summer by keeping the restaurant’s terrace open.
STATUS — Baguette Brochette will open this September at 3800 St-Denis Stree. The restaurant will be open seven days per week, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Baguette Brochette [Facebook]