6 Montreal restaurant classics that will keep you warm this winter
January is finally over but February certainly still won’t be easy. As we are all trying to survive another Quebec winter, here are 5 restaurant classics to warm your heart, stomach and soul this month of February.
Bar B Barn
Bar-B Barn has been serving mouthwatering ribs and rotisserie chicken since they opened their doors for the first time in 1967. This Montreal institution also have a second location in the West Island to serve more of their delicious Fall Off the Bone Spare Ribs and renown chicken. Because, let’s all agree that when it’s freezing outside, we all want a warm plate of comfort food.
Family owned and operated Restaurant Le Cordon has been serving comfort homemade dishes for more than 40 years in Montreal. Winter is the perfect time to try one of their dozen wood fire homemade pizza, served in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Chalet Bar-B-Q Rotisserie opened its doors in 1944 in NDG. Over the years they have built quite a reputation for their now legendary charcoal BBQ chicken. They make sure every chicken is crispy and golden on the outside, tender and juicy in the inside. This hearty dish is served with their also famous dipping sauce.
Lloydie’s introduced the Jamaican patty and Caribbean Cuisine to the Quebec market in the early 90s. This colourful casual eatery recently opened a second location downtown Montreal (on Crescent) to satisfy -even more- your jerk chicken and meaty patties cravings this winter. And we all know you have plenty.