When you’re looking for a brunch spot that’ll impress, you don’t choose the place with a self-serve canteen of bottomless mimosas, you head to Maison Publique. The menu blends British, French, and Italian influences, which means things like pancakes with bacon and chili peppers, alongside boudin and eggs. Round out your morning with a few of the city’s best Caesars (Montreal’s version of a Bloody Mary) and then a nap.
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Ma Poule Mouillée
Ma Poule Mouillée in Le Plateau is one of the best spots in the city for Portuguese rotisserie chicken.
Otto Bistro in Le Plateau serves simple yet elevated Japanese food in a space that feels like a French bistro.
Au Pied de Cochon
In Le Plateau, Au Pied de Cochon is possibly the most rich, gluttonous restaurant you’ll find and eating there is an essential Montreal experience.
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