Food & Drink

Montreal’s 8 best mac and cheese dishes

Published On 05/07/2014 Published On 05/07/2014
Katherine Sehl
The Puffist
Katherine Sehl
Katherine Sehl
Burger Royal
Diablos BBQ
Vallier Restaurant
Flickr user Gail
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1. Beauty's 93 Ave du Mont-Royal Ouest, Montréal, H2T 2S5 (Plateau)

This is the perfect diner to stop in for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, offering daily specials and classics that have earned them quite the acclaim.

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2. Les Enfants Terribles 1257 Ave Bernard, Montreal, H2V1V8

With its full bar, seasonal patio, and fine selection of French-inspired comfort food, this place is anything but Terribles. The sidewalk seating is heated as well, so you don't have to worry about your Enfants freezing while you eat.

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3. SuWu 3581 Boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, H2X 2T6 (Plateau)

Inside SuWu, you'll find comfy antique sofas, pinball machines, and super-awesome drink prices that're all half-price from 5-7p. And if you're hankerin' for some eats, they have a menu loaded with tasty options like their amazing mac n' cheese grilled cheese.

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4. Burger Royal 3820 Boul Saint-Laurent, Montréal, H2W1X6

The burgers here are fit for a king and come with fixins' like deep-fried pickles & jalapeños, bananas, and peanut butter. And to wash your grub down, try one of their cereal milkshakes, which come in flavors like Captain Crunch.

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5. Diablos BBQ 1693-A rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, H2X 3K4

Diablos is the perfect spot in Montreal to experience authentic Southern American BBQ, including a very un-traditional burger option that arrives sans bun.

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6. Vallier Restaurant 425 McGill, Montreal, H2Y 2G1

DIY comfort food meets haute cuisine at Vallier, where their mac n’ cheese offering includes an added touch that makes all the difference: bacon cubes. If you’ve always longed to eat this student budget staple in your fanciest threads (a boy can dream), it would make the most sense to don them here.

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7. Le Gros Jambon Diner 286 Notre Dame W, Montreal, (Old Montreal)

This Old Montreal resto (translated to "The Big Pig") serves up some truly gut-busting and delicious dishes, such as their Coca-Cola burger that’s drenched in Coca-Cola-flavored mayo.

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