Do you have a sweet tooth? If so, Montréal is a great place to satisfy your craving for something sweet. Here are the best places to treat yourself to the best cookies, cakes, ice cream, chocolates, and more.
More than just a pastry shop-from, arguably, the most famous pastry chef in the city-Patrice Pâtissier will do gonzo business when it starts lunch and wine-centric 5 à 7 soirées (any day now). -- Eater via Foursquare
It’s ice cream served between 2 cakes of meringue – something absolutely unique to Montreal. The ice cream flavors include gingerbread, wild blueberry, Mojito, & foie gras. Macaron's also flavored. -- AskMen via Foursquare
Jeffrey Finkelstein's ways with flour and water have won him cult-like baker's status but Hof Kelsten's lunch menu may be the sleeper hit of the year. Soulful soups and sandwiches all score. -- Eater via Foursquare
Maison Christian Faure is the fancy new patisserie in Old Montreal’s Place Royale. Among many gorgeous sweets, the Paris-Brest shines with heavenly hazelnut praline cream. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
This place is officially my favourite chocolate place ever. The atmosphere is reallly cool, and the chocolate is unforgettable and so much selection. The Tanzania 72 hot chocolate is my favourite! -- Sam McCrimson via Foursquare
Their hot chocolate is melted chocolate with milk/cream. It's super thick and comes in many flavors. Get dark chocolate to cut the sweetness. The gelato is rich and I liked every scoop I had. -- Jade via Foursquare
Smoked meat de cerf, rôti de porc à l’ail, légumes grillés, lapin confit, canard, dinde et brie, saumon fumé… alouette! Le tout servi sur des pains de la maison, accompagné de fromage du Québec. -- Journal Métro via Foursquare