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The 6 greatest donuts in Montreal

Published On 10/08/2013 Published On 10/08/2013
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Katherine Sehl
Katherine Sehl
Katherine Sehl
Katherine Sehl
Katherine Sehl
Katherine Sehl
Katherine Sehl
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1. Café Sardine/Izakaya Iwashi 9 Ave Fairmount, Montréal, H2T 1C7 (Mile End)

By day, this Mile End cafe serves up fresh homemade donuts, sodas, and lunch items, as well as piping-hot coffee from Kittel and Phil & Sebastien. By night, it transforms into Izakaya Iwashi, serving Japanese fare made by expert Chef Hachiro Fujise.

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2. Léché Desserts 15 Rue de la Commune Ouest, Montréal, H2Y 4B2 (Old Montreal)

Owned and operated by an internationally trained pastry chef, Leche Desserts has been rolling out a variety of gourmet donuts and other specialty cakes and pastries for more than six years.

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3. Chez Boris 5151 Avenue du Parc, Montréal, H2V4G3 (Mile End)

Located in the heart of Mile-End, Chez Boris was inspired by donut shops in Saint-Peterburg, Russia, and dishes out "made to order" donuts, donut sammies, and rich gourmet coffee.

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4. Wawel 2543, rue Ontario Est, Montréal, H2K 1W5

Although Wawel has numerous locations, this one at 2543 Ontario Street East is the original, and started crafting donuts, pastries, breads, and other delicious bakery products in 1984.

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5. Lawrence 5201 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal, H2T 1S4 (Plateau)

This Montreal resto and cafe does the best breakfast and brunch in town. The reason? Instead of giving you fresh rolls before your meal, they give you fresh DONUT PUFFS. You're welcome.