La Banquise Resto, Montréal, Canada

12 Mentions on Trippy

La Banquise Resto

994 Rue Rachel Est

Montréal, H2J 2J3 CA

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http://www.restolabanquise.com/

  • 2 mentions in Things to do and must-try foods in Montreal

    • Andrew Z.

      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

    • Veronica B.

      Veronica B. said, "...Go to La Banquise Resto. Best poutine in the city!..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best itinerary for family

    • M. L.

      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.

      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.

      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

    • JR B.

      JR B. said, "...The best place to get one is La Banquise Resto!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Spring weekend in Montreal, what should we do?

    • Kim D.

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      Kim D. said, "...medium cut sandwich with mustard and a black cherry coke - it's worth the line-ups. Another MUST visit for food is La Banquise Resto for the BEST poutine, they have over 30 different kinds and are open 24 hours a day, my favourite..." See More

  • 1 mention in best photo locations

    • Annemarie D.

      Annemarie D. said, "...stunning views of the Downtown area. You might also want to take a photo of yourself eating some delicious poutine at La Banquise Resto, the most popular poutine spot in the city (depending on who you ask!) Enjoy your trip...." See More

  • 1 mention in Where in Canada is the best location for food lovers?

    • Kim D.

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      Kim D. said, "...a loss for choices. BUT as a Torontonian I always travel to Montreal for the food. Staples like Schwartz's St-Viateur Bagel La Banquise Resto are all classics but Garde Manger is a personal fave. If you like drinks and nightlife you'll definitely want..." See More

  • 1 mention in Outdoor activities in Montreal + great restaurants?

    • Carissa P.

      Carissa P. said, "...or so walking through La Fontaine Park which looked beautiful in Winter, which led us to fantastic place to eat at La Banquise Resto for all your quintessential French-Canadian dishes, and the cities best Poutine. You will not be disappointed! The city is..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to see in 3 days in Montreal in October?

    • Maria G.

      Maria G. said, "...Sparrow If you happen to be in Montreal during the weekend, brunch at the sparrow is quite the experience. Dinner/Lunch Options La Banquise Resto has the best Poutine in the city by far. No trip to Montreal is complete without trying Poutine! Kazu..." See More

  • 1 mention in Montreal Trip with Teenage Son

    • Veronica B.

      Veronica B. said, "... La Banquise Resto is my favorite place to get poutine, though I'm sure many people would offer their own suggestions! They have many non-traditional kinds that I'm sure a 15yo would die for :) The Biodôme de Montréal is also wonderful, agree with..." See More