Spinach and Artichoke Dip Pizza, the Ultimate Party Appetizer
1. Chez Claudette351 Ave Laurier E, Montreal
2. Depanneur Nouveau Forum1250 Rue Crescent, Montreal
3. Miami Deli3090 Rue Sherbrooke E, Montreal
4. Restaurant AA3700 Rue Notre-Dame O, Montreal
5. Casse-Croûte Normand4826 Rue de Verdun, Verdun
6. Jojo Pizzeria6507 Ave Papineau, Montreal
7. L'Orignal479 Rue Saint-Alexis, Montreal
8. Double Pizza5940 Rue Sherbrooke O, Montreal
9. Shawarmaz1206 Rue Peel, Montreal
10. Paul Patates2606 Rue de Coleraine, Montréal
11. Poutine Centrale3971 rue Hochelaga, Montreal
Open 24hrs from Thursday to Saturday, Chez Claudette is a definite contender for the best poutine spot in the Plateau. So when you get that craving for a meat-substitute at 4am, try Chez Claudette's Pogo/corndog poutine.
If you can get past the fact that this poutine spot is, admittedly, kind of sketchy and weird, and you'll be rewarded with some of Montreal's most well-made poutines -- 15 well-made poutines, in fact.
Miami Deli may not have the best poutine ever, but it's saving grace is that it's open 24hrs, meaning poutine all the time, any time. Still, the Americana poutine, a hot mess (in the best way) of meat and onions piled high over a bed of fries, is actually pretty great.
Known as Double A, this little poutine spot is light on the glitz but heavy on flavor. Their awesome gravy takes 7 hours to make and they always go heavy on the cheese.
Since 1964 Casse Croute-Normand has been serving classic poutine plates of of fries, gravy, and curds. We're talking hand-cut fries, gravy made from real beef stock and authentic cheese curds. Oh yeah.
Jojo's Pizzeria has got 18 different types of poutine on the menu. 18. Including Italian meat sauce poutine.
This well known game restaurant also serves up some mean poutine. But only those in the know can order it, as the item isn't listed on the menu…
Many simply write off Double Pizza as drunk food, and while they may be right they also forget that it has some pretty great poutine on the menu. Using crispy Costco-like french fries topped with more-than-generous amounts of cheese and gravy, Double Pizza's poutine isn't complex or refined, but it definitely tastes amazing.
Not enough people seem to know about the beautiful fusion of Québécoise and Lebanese cuisine served at this downtown spot. Plus, their "poutine taouk" is great.
Since it has potatoes in its name, your best bet is to order some diner food consisting of spuds and enjoying the simple and pleasant atmosphere.
Poutine, poutine, and more poutine. They serve up 25 (!) different kinds of it. And on the off chance you went to a poutine resto and you don't want 'tine, they also have other delicious options like burgers, sandwiches, and corn dogs.