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1. Le Cheese Casse Croute5976, Ave de Monkland, Montreal
2. Pizzeria GEMA6827 St-Dominique, Montreal
3. Industria Brasserie Italienne100, rue Peel #112, Montreal
4. Edwina's Grilled Cheese5205 Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal
5. Le Pois Penché1230 boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest, Montréal
6. Greasy Spoon160 Ave. Laurier Ouest, Montreal
7. Machiavelli2601 Rue Du Centre, Montréal
8. Holder407 rue McGill, Montreal
9. Philinos4806 Avenue du Parc, Montreal
10. L'Gros Luxe3807 Saint-André, Montreal
Le Cheese is serious about its cheesy dishes. With options like cheesy tater tots and deep-fried cheesecake, picking one dish isn’t easy, but after one bite of its rich mac & cheese, you’ll never want to eat anything else.
This 50-seater in Little Italy offers pizzas ($13-$18) cooked in an electric deck oven imported from Northern Italy (no fire!), classic Italian starters like fried calamari, meatballs, as well as frozen custard from Laiterie Chagnon for dessert.
This Griffintown Italian resto features a number of delicious options that taste like they came straight from the Boot. Pick from a selection of pizzas, pasta dishes, and more and wash them all down with a large drinks menu full of beer, wine, and cocktails.
Edwina's might have the best grilled cheese sandwiches you've ever had, but there's only one way to be sure. And if you've already had your sandwich quota filled for the day, you can try any number of cheese dishes on the menu, from mac & cheese to its famous "Fronut," which is basically a glazed donut made with cheddar cheese that has been grilled and topped with delicious ingredients from chocolate to raspberry jam.
This Downtown Montreal eatery is best known for its fine array of tasty French dishes and its upscale confines provide a quiet and sophisticated evening to enjoy French comfort food and an extensive list of wines.
Featuring warm and cozy confines for cold weather and a breezy patio for warm weather, this gastropub is an excellent bet for upscale comfort food (like the nut crusted herbed goat cheese balls with spicy honey and baby arugula) and a great vino selection.
Machiavelli is a cozy BYOW restaurant that knows how to demonstrate the complexity of cheese. The market-style restaurant serves up salty and sweet cheese dishes, like its homemade banana bread with a pepper white chocolate sauce and a drizzle of a port raspberry sauce and Stilton blue cheese.
This Old Port resto is a brasserie known for its meat and fish dishes, aside from its drinks. But, do not count its goat cheese dish short. On top of a flaky, thin crust is a warm piece of goat cheese with a basil emulsion. Combine the cheese with the side of olive spread for a salty kick.
“Philinos” for those who aren't well versed in Greek means “friends of wine,” so it only makes sense that this Greek restaurant would have a pretty extensive wine list, with many Greek varieties featured. While the red and white stuff abound at Philinos, one can't forget the food, with the grilled octopus and saganaki being customer favourites.
This bistro, coffee shop, and bar offers up high-quality eats at affordable prices, and with multiple branches, it's easy to satisfy your cravings for breakfasts and main courses that are cheap and come in large portions.