It should be no surprise that in a city with plenty of connections to France, good pastries and viennoiseries aren't hard to find in Montreal. French spots from high-end Maison Christian Faure to less expensive Au Kouign Amann are everywhere, but equally impressive is the variety of non-French options on the table. Need something Jewish like rugelach or babka? Hit up Hof Kelsten or Cheskies. Italian cannoli? There are numerous spots around Little Italy and beyond, including Alati Caserta.
This map focuses on pastries and sweet treats — if you’re looking for great bread, that’s on a separate map over here (although many here also have good bread options). Croissants get their own special guide too, right here, and so do pies and doughnuts.
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