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No. 15: Hotel Herman

No. 15: Hotel Herman

Nowadays Montreal’s Hasidim share their Mile End neighbourhood with a new breed of fellow, long-bearded men in uniform called hipsters—and Hotel Herman is their new foodie temple. To be clear,…

No. 21: Cabane à Sucre Au Pied De Cochon

No. 21: Cabane à Sucre au Pied de Cochon

Chef Martin Picard believes that maple syrup is the greatest of all Canadian culinary treasures. And his conviction that not enough attention is paid to it—nor enough care devoted to…

No. 23: Bouillon Bilk

No. 23: Bouillon Bilk

Amidst the restaurants catering to a hip, young downtown crowd, this stands out as something different. Yes, the décor is industrial and spare, combining whitewashed brick seats and rough wood…

No. 24: Le Club Chasse Et Pêche

No. 24: Le Club Chasse et Pêche

Chef Claude Pelletier and maître d’ extraordinaire Hubert Marsolais opened Le Club Chasse et Pêche in 2007 on the site of an old-school Montreal French stalwart called Le Fadeau—and something…

No. 27: Maison Boulud

No. 27: Maison Boulud

The New York-based Lyonnais master chef Daniel Boulud has been resoundingly welcomed in Montreal, a city at ease with his modern French cooking. And he has found a most appropriate…

No. 28: Milos

No. 28: Milos

Milos is Canada’s most successful high-end restaurant concept. First came Montreal, then New York, and just in time for the Athens Olympiad, owner Costas Spiliadis did the impossible and introduced…

No. 34: Au Pied De Cochon

No. 34: Au Pied de Cochon

Martin Picard’s cult restaurant was conceived less for the gourmet than the gourmand. And the unapologetically gluttonous appeal of the original menu items that made its reputation—like the foie gras…

No. 35: Le Filet

No. 35: Le Filet

Hugely popular, noisy and busy, the Filet is a must for those who want to go out, see the cool people of Montreal and eat brilliantly composed, tasty dishes—all in…

No. 41: Le Serpent

No. 41: Le Serpent

This bistro occupies the main floor of what was once the Darling Foundry, on the industrial flank of old Montreal—and the interior design mirrors the setting.Exposed brick, bare ducts and…

Our 2016 Judges

Each was asked to submit a list of their favourite restaurants in the country. Those results were returned to an independent board at KPMG, and pooled to come up with…

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