2 mentions in Things to do and must-try foods in Montreal
Andrew Z. said, "...sandwich stacked mile-high with the stuff, schmear on a little brown mustard, scarf it down (then succumb to the food coma). La Banquise Resto: The place for poutine. Le Canard Libéré : Québécois love their duck, and a friend of mine turned..." See More
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M. L. said, "...et Gourmando for breakfast one day and to Beautys Luncheonette for another breakfast. Both great places! We did the Poutine at La Banquise Resto, really heavy, but happy we checked it out. Another night we went to m:brgr , great place with..." See More
Julie V. said, "...For food try La Banquise Resto for the best poutine... kids love poutine. Good family restaurant wherever you are in the city St-Hubert or Scores. Make sure to visit Biodôme de Montréal, an indoor zoo located next to the Olympic Stadium and Insectarium..." See More
2 mentions in Where can I find the best poutine?
Michel R. said, "...St-Jacques street. But if you're planning on being downtown (and I assume you are), the most popular with the locals is La Banquise Resto. Generally considered the best poutinerie in Montreal. Expect to stand in a line though, particularly at night after..." See More
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