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25 of Montreal’s Most Iconic Dishes

Smoked, roasted, baked, or fried, this city has got it

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Montreal’s culinary scene has a number of well-known icons: smoked meat sandwiches, bagels, and poutine — dishes tourists won’t leave the city without trying. Alongside them are the imports, foods from different cultures (Haitian and Portuguese, for example), which have all carved out space in the city’s food scene — not to mention less internationally-renowned home-grown creations, like Dic Ann’s burgers or the Orange Julep, and some younger icons like Arthurs and Le Pick Up.

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1. Hot Chicken at Chalet Bar-B-Q

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5456 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal
QC H4A 1V9, Canada
(514) 489-7235
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This NDG rotisserie has been spinning chicken since 1944, so you know they have the skills to pull off this Quebec staple of juicy sliced chicken on plain white bread, smothered in gravy and topped with peas. Elegant, it ain’t, but that’s probably why you’ll love it.

2. Smoked Meat at Snowdon Deli

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5265 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal
QC H3W 3C2, Canada
(514) 488-9129
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Like bagels and poutines, smoked meat is one of those dishes that Montrealers get into heated debates over. Schwartz may be the more famous option, but those who have sworn their allegiance to Côte-des-Neiges Snowdon Deli stand by its take on the juicy, marbled beef served on rye. Add some potato knishes and blintzes to your order for good measure.

3. Orange Julep at Gibeau Orange Julep

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7700 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal
QC H4P 2H4, Canada
(514) 738-7486

The three-storey high orange sphere acts as a something of a beacon alongside the Décarie autoroute; while some stop buy to pick up a poutine or burger, the Julep’s signature offering is its eponymous drink, best described as part-way between an orange juice and a milkshake. 

4. Roti at Caribbean Curry House

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6892 Avenue Victoria, Montréal
QC H3W 1B8, Canada
(514) 733-0828
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Haitian food might be the most notable Caribbean presence in this city, but this long-time Côte-des-Neiges haunt has an excellent range of cross-pollinated culinary options from other islands (particularly Trinidad and Jamaica). The big draw is the roti: flaky bread, filled with a deeply flavoured curry. Get the goat if you can, but the chicken or chickpea options won’t steer you wrong.

5. Schnitzel Sandwich at Arthurs Nosh Bar

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4621 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal
QC H4C 1S5, Canada
(514) 757-5190
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This modern Jewish diner has done an impressive job installing itself as an indispensable Montreal food destination in the span of just a few years, and without having to lean on natural wines, tasting menus, or any of that. The McArthur — a crisp-fried chicken schnitzel, served with mayo, pickles, and lettuce on challah is a particular favourite, and that chicken comes with an endorsement from American chef Rachel Ray, too.

6. Shawarma Pita at Boustan Crescent

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2020 Rue Crescent, Montréal
QC H3G 2B8, Canada
(514) 843-3194
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Many will remember the days when Boustan was a lone basement haunt where they’d end their nights partying downtown. Today, it’s a full-blown chain — no longer owned by “Mr. Boustan” himself — with 24 locations across the city, though many still claim the original does it best. The chicken shawarma is the standard play, but Boustan’s “Creation,” jam-packed with extras like fried eggplants and garlicky potatoes, has garnered a large and devout following.

7. Pulled Pork Sandwich at Dépanneur Le Pick Up

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7032 Rue Waverly, Montréal
QC H2S 3J2, Canada
(514) 271-8011
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A neighbourhood icon among the septum-pierced inner-north crowd, Le Pick-Up specializes in hearty, affordable sandwiches, and a perennial favourite is the pulled pork — tangy and saucy, it’s brightened up with pickles, and served on bread that soaks up all the juice. Also available at its newer Hochelaga-Maisonneuve location.

8. Bagels at St-Viateur Bagel (multiple locations)

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263 Rue Saint Viateur O, Montréal
QC H2V 1Y1, Canada
(514) 276-8044
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Some New Yorkers may snub our thinner, sweeter, and less-doughy version of the bagel, but along with smoked meat, it’s one of the city’s most-known exports. With several locations, St-Viateur is Montreal’s big bagel success story, although roughly half the population swears by its main competitor, Fairmount, a few blocks away.

9. Latte at Café Olimpico

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124 Rue Saint Viateur O, Montréal
QC H2T 2L1, Canada
(514) 495-0746
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Fine, a latte is not exactly a “dish,” but Italian coffee shop Olimpico is a true Montreal icon — it’s cheap, it’s hot, and the atmosphere can’t be beat. For an alternative, consider Little Italy’s Caffe Italia as a similarly notable but less touristy option.

10. The Special at Wilensky's

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34 Avenue Fairmount O, Montréal
QC H2T 2M1, Canada
(514) 271-0247
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Open since 1932 and still in the family, Wilensky’s toes the line between lunch counter and time capsule. The Special is the most iconic menu item: all-beef salami, all-beef bologna with on a kaiser roll with optional cheese and mandatory mustard. Seriously, don’t ask the team to leave off the mustard.

11. The Special Sandwich at Beautys

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93 Avenue du Mont-Royal O, Montréal
QC H2T 2S5, Canada

Recently revamped and reopened after a one-year hiatus, this Jewish diner is one of the city’s most enduring breakfast staples, and perhaps no item on the menu is more famous than the Beautys Special. Brave the inevitable line-up (or go on a weekday) to fill yourself up with a hefty amount of lox and cream cheese, pressed between a fresh St-Viateur bagel.

12. Smoked Meat Sandwich at Schwartz's Deli

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3895 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2W 1X9, Canada
(514) 842-4813
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Layers of succulent and tender meat on rye with mustard draw lines out the door at this hallowed institution even in Montreal’s frigid winter. Schwartz’s might be more of a tourist spot nowadays, and it might count Céline Dion amongst its owners, but this 90-year-old Jewish deli still gets it right.

13. Montreal Pool Room

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1217 Boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2X 2S6, Canada
(514) 954-4487
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Steamed hot dogs, or steamés, are the iconic low-price menu item at Montreal’s greasy spoon diners, and the Pool Room is a beloved institution peddling the simple classic. Get it all dressed with onion, cabbage, and mustard. 

14. Lanzhou Noodles at Nouilles de Lan Zhou

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1006 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2Z 9Y9, Canada
(514) 800-2959
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This unassuming Chinatown resto grabs bypassers’ attention with chefs hand-pulling noodles in the front window, and the restaurant’s substance backs it up. Expect huge bowls of beefy broth with those springy noodles at low prices, or opt for their Dandan noodles topped with spicy beef and crunchy peanuts.

15. Kouign Amann at Au Kouign Amann

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316 Avenue du Mont-Royal E, Montréal
QC H2T 1P7, Canada
(514) 845-8813
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Montreal is an excellent pastry city, and there are countless places to get great croissants, mille-feuilles, and more. But in one category, this Plateau bakery reigns supreme — that’s the buttery and slightly sticky Breton pastry in its name, the kouign amann.

16. Classic Poutine at Chez Claudette

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351 Avenue Laurier E, Montréal
QC H2T 1G7, Canada
(514) 279-5173

As with smoked meat at Schwartz’s, we could just tell you to go to La Banquise for a poutine, but is that necessary? No. Classic neighbourhood casse-croûtes should carry the torch for the Québécois dish of fries, gravy, and cheese curds, and Chez Claudette does that eminently well.

17. Chicken Liver Pâté at L'Express

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3927 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2W 2M4, Canada
(514) 845-5333
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Pâté might not seem like an obvious symbol of Montreal cuisine, but this is a great city for French food, and L’Express is perhaps its most iconic purveyor in the city. Its pâté is a classic — smooth yet fluffy, and dotted with pistachios.

18. Pouding Chômeur at La Binerie

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4167 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2W 2M7, Canada
(514) 285-9078
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La Binerie is a wonderland for all sorts of Québécois culinary icons, from tourtière to fèves au lard, but be sure to end the meal with this dessert, which came about as a product of the Great Depression in Quebec. It’s simple — a batter with syrup poured onto it, then baked. Need a warm-up for dessert? Get the Assiette Québécois.

19. Foie Gras Poutine at Au Pied de Cochon

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536 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal
QC H2L 1A9, Canada
(514) 281-1114
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From true-to-form classics to new-fangled spins, poutine reigns supreme as arguably the city’s most iconic dish. No where can you get a version as luxe as that offered at Montreal fine dining institution Au Pied de Cochon, where chef Martin Picard tops it with — what else but — slabs of foie gras.

20. Griot at Marche Meli Melo

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640 Rue Jarry E, Montréal
QC H2P 1V7, Canada
(514) 277-6409
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Haitian diasporas make up a major part of Montreal’s population, and this part-grocery store, part-casse croûte is a long-standing spot for the community to pick up staples and meals. The griot — marinated, spicy, and sour pork shoulder — is a favourite.

21. Portuguese Chicken at Ma Poule Mouillée

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969 Rachel St E, Montreal
QC H2J 2J2, Canada
(514) 522-5175
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This Portuguese rotisserie may not be the city’s oldest, but it draws some of its longest lines of diners seeking its piri piri chicken served either in a combo plate (with seasoned fries and token salad), as a sandwich (stuffed into a traditional dusty papo seco bun), or in a poutine. The last of these — an obscenely large plate of grub done with fries, chicken, chorizo, and a spicy, piri-piri/gravy hybrid, and rounded out with São Jorge cheese — has risen to icon status, with many choosing it over the much more famous La Banquise across the street.

22. Pizzaghetti at Marconi Pizzeria

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2222 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal
QC H2G 1M7, Canada
(514) 722-5222
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If greasy, almost shameful, comfort food is the goal, this Quebecois diner classic is hard to beat. There are two variations on the dish: either the pizza and spaghetti bolognese are served side by side, or the latter is baked into the former. The take at La Petite-Patrie staple Marconi is the more involved, layered version, and it’s been dishing it out since 1968. Feeling a little more, um, reasonable? This also a great spot to grab a typical Montreal all-dressed, a pizza topped with sliced green peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni, and cheese.

23. Steamé at Chez Ma Tante

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3180 Rue Fleury E, Montréal-Nord
QC H1H 2R3, Canada
(514) 387-6984
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The epitome of a no-fuss casse-croûte. Go to Chez Ma Tante for a steamé (unsurprisingly, a steamed hot dog), all dressed with coleslaw and relish. The poutine and Michigan hot-dog are also sure-fire plays.

24. Burger at Dic Ann's (multiple locations)

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10910 Boulevard Pie-IX, Montréal-Nord
QC H1H 4B3, Canada
(514) 322-2276
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Founded in Montreal North over 60 years ago and now with several locations around the city, Dic Ann’s is Montreal’s own home-grown burger chain. They’re known for their obscenely thin patties and almost as thin buns, but the spicy meat sauce on the burger is what makes the magic happen.

25. A Panini at Café Milano Montréal

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5188 Rue Jarry E, Saint-Léonard
QC H1R 1Y4, Canada
(514) 328-0561
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On its 50th year, St-Leonard landmark Café Milano remains a hub for Montreal’s East End Italian community and one of the city’s primo sandwich shops. Diners can’t go wrong with panini stuffed with steak, sausage, or capicollo — and a mandatory an espresso and cannoli for dessert. Now with a location in Laval and one forthcoming in the West Island.

1. Hot Chicken at Chalet Bar-B-Q

5456 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, QC H4A 1V9, Canada

This NDG rotisserie has been spinning chicken since 1944, so you know they have the skills to pull off this Quebec staple of juicy sliced chicken on plain white bread, smothered in gravy and topped with peas. Elegant, it ain’t, but that’s probably why you’ll love it.

5456 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal
QC H4A 1V9, Canada

2. Smoked Meat at Snowdon Deli

5265 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal, QC H3W 3C2, Canada

Like bagels and poutines, smoked meat is one of those dishes that Montrealers get into heated debates over. Schwartz may be the more famous option, but those who have sworn their allegiance to Côte-des-Neiges Snowdon Deli stand by its take on the juicy, marbled beef served on rye. Add some potato knishes and blintzes to your order for good measure.

5265 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal
QC H3W 3C2, Canada

3. Orange Julep at Gibeau Orange Julep

7700 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal, QC H4P 2H4, Canada

The three-storey high orange sphere acts as a something of a beacon alongside the Décarie autoroute; while some stop buy to pick up a poutine or burger, the Julep’s signature offering is its eponymous drink, best described as part-way between an orange juice and a milkshake. 

7700 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal
QC H4P 2H4, Canada

4. Roti at Caribbean Curry House

6892 Avenue Victoria, Montréal, QC H3W 1B8, Canada

Haitian food might be the most notable Caribbean presence in this city, but this long-time Côte-des-Neiges haunt has an excellent range of cross-pollinated culinary options from other islands (particularly Trinidad and Jamaica). The big draw is the roti: flaky bread, filled with a deeply flavoured curry. Get the goat if you can, but the chicken or chickpea options won’t steer you wrong.

6892 Avenue Victoria, Montréal
QC H3W 1B8, Canada

5. Schnitzel Sandwich at Arthurs Nosh Bar

4621 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC H4C 1S5, Canada

This modern Jewish diner has done an impressive job installing itself as an indispensable Montreal food destination in the span of just a few years, and without having to lean on natural wines, tasting menus, or any of that. The McArthur — a crisp-fried chicken schnitzel, served with mayo, pickles, and lettuce on challah is a particular favourite, and that chicken comes with an endorsement from American chef Rachel Ray, too.

4621 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal
QC H4C 1S5, Canada

6. Shawarma Pita at Boustan Crescent

2020 Rue Crescent, Montréal, QC H3G 2B8, Canada

Many will remember the days when Boustan was a lone basement haunt where they’d end their nights partying downtown. Today, it’s a full-blown chain — no longer owned by “Mr. Boustan” himself — with 24 locations across the city, though many still claim the original does it best. The chicken shawarma is the standard play, but Boustan’s “Creation,” jam-packed with extras like fried eggplants and garlicky potatoes, has garnered a large and devout following.

2020 Rue Crescent, Montréal
QC H3G 2B8, Canada

7. Pulled Pork Sandwich at Dépanneur Le Pick Up

7032 Rue Waverly, Montréal, QC H2S 3J2, Canada

A neighbourhood icon among the septum-pierced inner-north crowd, Le Pick-Up specializes in hearty, affordable sandwiches, and a perennial favourite is the pulled pork — tangy and saucy, it’s brightened up with pickles, and served on bread that soaks up all the juice. Also available at its newer Hochelaga-Maisonneuve location.

7032 Rue Waverly, Montréal
QC H2S 3J2, Canada

8. Bagels at St-Viateur Bagel (multiple locations)

263 Rue Saint Viateur O, Montréal, QC H2V 1Y1, Canada

Some New Yorkers may snub our thinner, sweeter, and less-doughy version of the bagel, but along with smoked meat, it’s one of the city’s most-known exports. With several locations, St-Viateur is Montreal’s big bagel success story, although roughly half the population swears by its main competitor, Fairmount, a few blocks away.

263 Rue Saint Viateur O, Montréal
QC H2V 1Y1, Canada

9. Latte at Café Olimpico

124 Rue Saint Viateur O, Montréal, QC H2T 2L1, Canada

Fine, a latte is not exactly a “dish,” but Italian coffee shop Olimpico is a true Montreal icon — it’s cheap, it’s hot, and the atmosphere can’t be beat. For an alternative, consider Little Italy’s Caffe Italia as a similarly notable but less touristy option.

124 Rue Saint Viateur O, Montréal
QC H2T 2L1, Canada

10. The Special at Wilensky's

34 Avenue Fairmount O, Montréal, QC H2T 2M1, Canada

Open since 1932 and still in the family, Wilensky’s toes the line between lunch counter and time capsule. The Special is the most iconic menu item: all-beef salami, all-beef bologna with on a kaiser roll with optional cheese and mandatory mustard. Seriously, don’t ask the team to leave off the mustard.

34 Avenue Fairmount O, Montréal
QC H2T 2M1, Canada

11. The Special Sandwich at Beautys

93 Avenue du Mont-Royal O, Montréal, QC H2T 2S5, Canada

Recently revamped and reopened after a one-year hiatus, this Jewish diner is one of the city’s most enduring breakfast staples, and perhaps no item on the menu is more famous than the Beautys Special. Brave the inevitable line-up (or go on a weekday) to fill yourself up with a hefty amount of lox and cream cheese, pressed between a fresh St-Viateur bagel.

93 Avenue du Mont-Royal O, Montréal
QC H2T 2S5, Canada

12. Smoked Meat Sandwich at Schwartz's Deli

3895 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1X9, Canada

Layers of succulent and tender meat on rye with mustard draw lines out the door at this hallowed institution even in Montreal’s frigid winter. Schwartz’s might be more of a tourist spot nowadays, and it might count Céline Dion amongst its owners, but this 90-year-old Jewish deli still gets it right.

3895 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2W 1X9, Canada

13. Montreal Pool Room

1217 Boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2X 2S6, Canada

Steamed hot dogs, or steamés, are the iconic low-price menu item at Montreal’s greasy spoon diners, and the Pool Room is a beloved institution peddling the simple classic. Get it all dressed with onion, cabbage, and mustard. 

1217 Boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2X 2S6, Canada

14. Lanzhou Noodles at Nouilles de Lan Zhou

1006 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2Z 9Y9, Canada

This unassuming Chinatown resto grabs bypassers’ attention with chefs hand-pulling noodles in the front window, and the restaurant’s substance backs it up. Expect huge bowls of beefy broth with those springy noodles at low prices, or opt for their Dandan noodles topped with spicy beef and crunchy peanuts.

1006 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2Z 9Y9, Canada

15. Kouign Amann at Au Kouign Amann

316 Avenue du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2T 1P7, Canada

Montreal is an excellent pastry city, and there are countless places to get great croissants, mille-feuilles, and more. But in one category, this Plateau bakery reigns supreme — that’s the buttery and slightly sticky Breton pastry in its name, the kouign amann.

316 Avenue du Mont-Royal E, Montréal
QC H2T 1P7, Canada

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16. Classic Poutine at Chez Claudette

351 Avenue Laurier E, Montréal, QC H2T 1G7, Canada

As with smoked meat at Schwartz’s, we could just tell you to go to La Banquise for a poutine, but is that necessary? No. Classic neighbourhood casse-croûtes should carry the torch for the Québécois dish of fries, gravy, and cheese curds, and Chez Claudette does that eminently well.

351 Avenue Laurier E, Montréal
QC H2T 1G7, Canada

17. Chicken Liver Pâté at L'Express

3927 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M4, Canada

Pâté might not seem like an obvious symbol of Montreal cuisine, but this is a great city for French food, and L’Express is perhaps its most iconic purveyor in the city. Its pâté is a classic — smooth yet fluffy, and dotted with pistachios.

3927 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2W 2M4, Canada

18. Pouding Chômeur at La Binerie

4167 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2W 2M7, Canada

La Binerie is a wonderland for all sorts of Québécois culinary icons, from tourtière to fèves au lard, but be sure to end the meal with this dessert, which came about as a product of the Great Depression in Quebec. It’s simple — a batter with syrup poured onto it, then baked. Need a warm-up for dessert? Get the Assiette Québécois.

4167 Rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
QC H2W 2M7, Canada

19. Foie Gras Poutine at Au Pied de Cochon

536 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2L 1A9, Canada

From true-to-form classics to new-fangled spins, poutine reigns supreme as arguably the city’s most iconic dish. No where can you get a version as luxe as that offered at Montreal fine dining institution Au Pied de Cochon, where chef Martin Picard tops it with — what else but — slabs of foie gras.

536 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal
QC H2L 1A9, Canada

20. Griot at Marche Meli Melo

640 Rue Jarry E, Montréal, QC H2P 1V7, Canada

Haitian diasporas make up a major part of Montreal’s population, and this part-grocery store, part-casse croûte is a long-standing spot for the community to pick up staples and meals. The griot — marinated, spicy, and sour pork shoulder — is a favourite.

640 Rue Jarry E, Montréal
QC H2P 1V7, Canada

21. Portuguese Chicken at Ma Poule Mouillée

969 Rachel St E, Montreal, QC H2J 2J2, Canada

This Portuguese rotisserie may not be the city’s oldest, but it draws some of its longest lines of diners seeking its piri piri chicken served either in a combo plate (with seasoned fries and token salad), as a sandwich (stuffed into a traditional dusty papo seco bun), or in a poutine. The last of these — an obscenely large plate of grub done with fries, chicken, chorizo, and a spicy, piri-piri/gravy hybrid, and rounded out with São Jorge cheese — has risen to icon status, with many choosing it over the much more famous La Banquise across the street.

969 Rachel St E, Montreal
QC H2J 2J2, Canada

22. Pizzaghetti at Marconi Pizzeria

2222 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal, QC H2G 1M7, Canada

If greasy, almost shameful, comfort food is the goal, this Quebecois diner classic is hard to beat. There are two variations on the dish: either the pizza and spaghetti bolognese are served side by side, or the latter is baked into the former. The take at La Petite-Patrie staple Marconi is the more involved, layered version, and it’s been dishing it out since 1968. Feeling a little more, um, reasonable? This also a great spot to grab a typical Montreal all-dressed, a pizza topped with sliced green peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni, and cheese.

2222 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal
QC H2G 1M7, Canada

23. Steamé at Chez Ma Tante

3180 Rue Fleury E, Montréal-Nord, QC H1H 2R3, Canada

The epitome of a no-fuss casse-croûte. Go to Chez Ma Tante for a steamé (unsurprisingly, a steamed hot dog), all dressed with coleslaw and relish. The poutine and Michigan hot-dog are also sure-fire plays.

3180 Rue Fleury E, Montréal-Nord
QC H1H 2R3, Canada

24. Burger at Dic Ann's (multiple locations)

10910 Boulevard Pie-IX, Montréal-Nord, QC H1H 4B3, Canada

Founded in Montreal North over 60 years ago and now with several locations around the city, Dic Ann’s is Montreal’s own home-grown burger chain. They’re known for their obscenely thin patties and almost as thin buns, but the spicy meat sauce on the burger is what makes the magic happen.

10910 Boulevard Pie-IX, Montréal-Nord
QC H1H 4B3, Canada

25. A Panini at Café Milano Montréal

5188 Rue Jarry E, Saint-Léonard, QC H1R 1Y4, Canada

On its 50th year, St-Leonard landmark Café Milano remains a hub for Montreal’s East End Italian community and one of the city’s primo sandwich shops. Diners can’t go wrong with panini stuffed with steak, sausage, or capicollo — and a mandatory an espresso and cannoli for dessert. Now with a location in Laval and one forthcoming in the West Island.

5188 Rue Jarry E, Saint-Léonard
QC H1R 1Y4, Canada

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