best food in Montreal

Best Food In Montreal

Best Food In Montreal

Want to know about the best food in Montreal? Here are some videos to shed some light. If you’re like me who’s heart is in their stomache, then great food is an essential part of your happiness!

I’d also like to share a few cool articles. This one below, makes the case for why to consider visiting Quebec instead of France!

Viewpoint: Itching for a trip to France? Try Quebec instead – Atlanta Business Chronicle

Sure, Paris may be the most romantic city in the world, but I want to give you 5 reasons why you should try Quebec the next time you see that picture of the Eiffel tower and crave goose liver and frog legs. First, let’s start with the French culture.

This article by Travel & Leisure is about one of our best streets in Montreal for finding a variety of super delicious restaurants;

The One Montreal Street Every Food Lover Should Visit

Spanning three buzzy neighborhoods, Notre Dame Ouest in Montreal’s Sud-Ouest borough is the city’s hottest dining strip.

Joe Beef Restaurant, one of Montreal’s best and most popular restaurants, located on Notre Dame Street in Little Burgundy
@joebeefmtl instagram
Photo Credit @joebeefmtl Instagram – A great place to cook

The new Mandy’s location in Old Montreal does fabulous salads! There new location is stunning.Photo Credit @mandysalads Instagram

And one more since there’s just too many great choices to cover in this blog post, LOV Restaurant which now has two locations in the city, Mcgill Street in Old Montreal and Mountain Street in the downtown core.

LOV Restaurant InstagramPhoto Credit @lovrestaurant Instagram

The last article to share is this blogpost from Melissa Leferrier-Tucker, also known as “techmom” who used to live in Montreal when she was young but really grew to appreciate it all the more as she moved away. Here’s her take on “25 great things about Montreal”.

20 Great things about Montreal

Traveling is a luxury we should all experience a minimum of once a year. There is no better education than experiencing and taking part in foreign cultures, especially for children. It’s empowering to adapt to a world you are not familiar with, learn to communicate with people who speak a language you don’t understand and…

That’s it for now!

Bonnie Meisels
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