Montreal in Three Days

My first weekend studying on exchange in Canada I headed to Montreal for a music festival and a quick three day (food) tour of the city.
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Restaurant L’Avenue – The most amazing brunch. The 30 minute wait in the cold definitely payed off! It’s located in Plateau Mont-Royal, so you can head to Mount Royal park afterwards to walk off your inevitable food baby. The view from the belvedere is beautiful if you have good weather.

Olive & Gourmando – For breakfast, lunch and baked goods. This place in Old Montreal is amazing! Prepare for a wait if you go around peak times, but its definitely worth it!
Le Cartet – It’s worth waiting 5 days of the week for their brunch menu, which is only out on weekends. The servings were huge and delicious. 
Les Glaceurs – If you need a quick cupcake stop en route to the Notre Dame, the salted caramel flavour is to die for.
Crêperie Chez Suzett – For a dinner of fondu and crêpes!
Atwater Markets – So much fresh produce and amazing cheeses. There is a bakery at the end of the inside section that is amazing and so worth the line up! Get a picnic lunch and then head up to Mount Royal for lunch with a view. 

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