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Juliette et Chocolat is the creation of a genius master chocolatier named Juliette. This is more than just a restaurant or a coffee shop. It is a place to indulge in rich, inventive and scrumptious chocolate concoctions in a cozy environment. From old-fashioned hot chocolate to classic desserts with a twist such as the popular white chocolate coconut brownie, their decadent menu allows customers to enjoy cocoa in every possible way. A great spot for chocolate lovers, Juliette’s menu also offers tasty lunch options such as the goat cheese crepe and the Mexican salad with chocolate chicken. Affordable and original, it is the perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon snack or satisfy a late-night craving.
Located at 545 Milton Avenue in the Montreal’s Milton-Parc neighborhood, Lola Rosa’s proximity to McGill University attracts both students and locals to its vegetarian, Mexican fusion cuisine. The restaurant also offers vegan and gluten-free options. Inside is seating for 40 diners; at each table, a set of pull-drawers contains notes and drawings from previous patrons, which often include funny messages, love notes, and other mementos. Menu items range from simple salads to the famous nacho plate. Portions are small, but filling. Try the Lola’s Nachos or polenta dish, and for dessert, anything will do! Meals range from CAD8 to CAD12. Lola Rosa has a full liquor license and accepts cash, debit, and credit cards. It is easily accessible from McGill Metro Station, and the 80 and 24 buses.
Selected as the best hamburger joint in the city, this St. Catherine Street diner has been pleasing fast food palates since many years. The food's the thing here, with ambiance and decor a distant second. The house specialty is the, Supreme Mr. Steer burger with bacon and cheese, and the, Suzie Q curly fries. Other dishes include a grilled chicken breast sandwich.
A small door opening on Rue de Bullion has a peculiar exteriors that make it easy to locate. On the inside, Arepera is beautifully painted with brightest of colors. The restaurant has options for both, vegetarians and meat-eaters. They serve authentic Venezuelan and other South American specialties and also offer a special gluten-free menu. They maintain neatness and tastes in every dish. The casual seating arrangement is loved by most of the visitors.
As it is conversationally known, "L’Avenue" sits at number 922 on Montreal’s busy Mont-Royal Avenue. This restaurant serves up a classic array of gourmet-style American dishes amid a funky-chic atmosphere. Inside, a tattooed mannequin and graffitied walls greet guests while minimal, industrial tunes hum in the background. L’Avenue is favored for its brunch menu, but the omelets are available at any meal, and the sandwiches are also impressive. If you visit on a weekend morning, head out before 11a to avoid the inevitable line. Meals at L’Avenue are affordable and won't burn a whole in your pocket. Recommended are the Montreal Cheese-Steak, any smoothie, and the delicious potatoes served with breakfast plates!
Maison Publique is a collaborative project between world-renowned celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and Derek Dammann. Opened in 2012, this gastropub is not only a culinary hotspot but also a popular haunt to sip on Quebec beers and domestic wines. Their menu is chef-driven and changes according to the chef's inclinations. The dishes here are made from scratch using fresh local ingredients, which lends a wonderful earthiness to its flavors. The Saumon Cru 'Amandine', Maiale Tonnato, and the Magret De Canard are some of the specialties from the menu.
A small place painted in bright green and with a long queue outside easily catches eyes of the people. Kem CoBa is one of the most loved and favorite ice cream parlors of Montreal. This popular ice cream center has been offering homemade ice creams of some common and unusual flavors. Not only this, they also have sorbets and cheesecakes which are, also, loved by all the locals and visitors. This small joint has to be there in your list if you plan to visit Montreal.
Hop on to the Greenspot restaurant which pampers your palate with local flavors. This old-school diner is known for serving delicious Canadian delicacies. You can pair your meals with the refreshing beverages like coffee, tea or canned sodas that are offered here. Open since 6a, Greenspot is a convenient deli for enjoying a wholesome breakfast before kick-starting your day. The diner charms its guests with the typical red furnishings, warm hospitality and prompt service and will surely make you want to come back for more.