More must-eats in Montreal

Before I blog about the many delicious soups I've been cooking up, let me show you two more food items you 'must-eat' while in Montreal. First up is Schwartz's. We actually went to Schwartz's shortly after hot sandwiches were available (around 10am) for an early Sunday morning smoked meat sandwich. This was important, as there is virtually no line at this time.
A variety of lean, regular, and extra fat sandwiches ready to be eaten (each $5.90).
Oh and do you see that sign up in the corner? The one about 13.95/pound of smoked meat that is hot or cold? My friend bought about 6.6 pounds of that (almost a small baby!) to bring back to Toronto. I'm guessing her family is still enjoying small chunks of smoked meat from Montreal!
Pickles always make sandwiches taste so much better!

Another food item you must eat while in Montreal is poutine! This poutine was from a restaurant in Old Montreal. Cheese curds make a big difference in poutine. They must have that squeaky feeling to it as you bite in. Drizzled with just the right amount of gravy and accompanied with little nibblets of fries. 

Schwartz's Montreal 
3895 Saint-Laurent Blvd.
Montreal, QB
(514) 842-4813
Schwartz's Montreal Hebrew Delicatessen on Urbanspoon


  1. There is nothing in this world that brings me so much joy as recaps and snapshots of poutine! I just wanted to say I liked your blog and wondering if you'd be interested in sharing your restaurant outings on For example, if you wanted to post your experience at Schwartz's on our site, you'd enter a spoonback from (via Feel free to email me if you have questions. Cheers, Christine {at} urbanspoon {dot} com


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