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A trip to Montreal isn't complete without some poutine! We headed to Resto la banquise, a famous restaurant, known for their delicious fries & cheese curd dish without hesitation. It's located a few blocks East of Rue St. Denis, one of Montreal's main streets with great shopping.
We were impressed by the number of classic and unique flavours, ranging from vanilla, chocolate, raspberry to prune, strawberry rhubarb and caramelized macadamia! So many to choose from! They also come out with new flavours each season. On our visit, they featured the fall/winter flavours such as nougat, mango & orange, matcha tea with red current (fave) and chocolate & espalette.
Line ups usually mean that there's genuinely good food or over rated fad that's been hyped up. L'Avenue is definitely not just a fad and we were willing to wait outside in the cold to find out just how good the their popular brunch is!
Les trois petits bouchons definitely set the standard high for us with this amazing dinner the first night. Great ambiance, tasty menu and their wine explains why it's such a popular spot in Montreal. The service was good but staff could probably be a bit more friendly and welcome. This restaurant is definitely under rated for tourists visiting Montreal as it is more of a local hot spot!