We checked out the classic fast food fare at Little Italy’s gourmet casse croûte.
We tested our limits with obscene quantities of le Gras Dur’s specialty poutines.
We spoke to Poutineville’s cofounder and the co-owner of its first franchise about our national dish and restaurant scene.
We sampled all kinds of comfort food in a working-class Southwest hood far from foodie hotspots, where gentrification hasn’t quite taken hold.
St-Henri’s Restaurant AA is resurrected, fully renovated. We stopped in for a fix of one of Montreal’s best poutines.
Poutine was once so simple. But, like other spots, Poutine Centrale, a Hochelaga staple that recently opened in Little Italy, pushes the dish to its utter limit.
Why line up outside the most popular spots when you could eat just as well (or better) right across the street or around the corner.
Cult MTL staffers do burger week!