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1. Chef On Call2055 Bishop St, Montreal
2. Sababa Grill4403 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal
3. Beauty's93 Ave du Mont-Royal Ouest, Montréal
4. Bagel Etc.4320 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal
5. Main Deli Steak House3864 boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal
6. La Banquise994, rue Rachel Est, Montréal
7. Le Boucan1886 rue Notre-Dame-Ouest, Montréal
8. HELM273 rue Bernard O., Montréal
One of a handful of Chef On Call locations, this resto slings zesty and inventive sammies and burgers, like a Dorito-topped Big Chipper burger and their Honey Boo Boo: a chicken breast doused in honey Dijon and cheddar.
This fine resto doles out mostly Mediterranean fare, but you'll also find a whole page of their menu devoted to burgers, ranging from standard to exotic (like their Asian PB&J Burger).
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.
Bagel Etc. is a diner/cafe that's known for its brunch specials, and the bagels are all hand-rolled, Montreal-style. Grab a seat and admire the funky decor while you dig into your meal.
Since 1974, Main deli has been smoking meat for hearty sandwiches and cooking up other classic Jewish favorites like matzo ball soup and varenekes.
This Montreal Poutinery, to coin a phrase, is open day and night and serves up scrumptious curds 'n gravy fries in a variety of configurations. On top of that, there's a more general menu for traditional fare such as burgers and sandwiches, and they've got a number of microbrews to choose from as well. But really, lets cut the pretense, we know you're mainly here for the scrumptious and squeaky pouty-pouts.
Located in the heart of Little Burgundy, this smokehouse specializes in Southern-style BBQ dishes like melt-in-your-mouth ribs, pulled pork poutine, burgers, and the very meaty, mighty "pit boss platter". If you haven't gotten your meat fix yet, bacon brownies are for dessert.