Caribou Gourmand is pretty new in the restaurant scene of Montreal and a great addition to Mile-End. It intends to honour Canadian traditions while bringing some French touch to it. The restaurant’s name is a great translation and reflection of the country’s game food and interior countryside ambiance. But the French sophistication to things does not fail.
Montreal is indisputably a city that hosts some of the most amazing brunch places worldwide. Yet, there is one specific cafe that stands out in its brunching scene: Régine Café.
Are you looking for a hip hangout with vintage details to brunch all week long? Arts Café which is located in Mile End is a trendy spot that offers breakfast, brunch or lunch every single day of the week.
It’s all in the name! Poutineville – aka the city of poutine – is THE place to go to enjoy a revisited Quebecois poutine. It is the only place in Montreal where you can get poutines made with hand crushed potatoes.