Somebody Feed Phil – Montreal Itinerary
Netflix: Season 3
Phil Rosenthal visits Montreal, a city in the French-speaking province of Quebec that is renowned for its unique and vibrant culture. Phil tries out the incredibly diverse array of cuisines that the city has to offer, from a new take on the Canadian classic poutine to trying Haitian food which hints of African and French influences. See the episode recap of the list of locations, restaurants, and attractions he visited on the show for the best of what to do in Montreal.
1. La Boite Aux Huitres at Marche Jean Talon
7070 Henri-Julien Avenue, Montreal, Quebec H2S 3S3
Phil begins his trip at the Jean Talon market, which is a large open-air farmer's market with local produce and food stalls. Phil sits at one of the seafood stalls, La Boite Aux Huitres, to enjoy some fresh oysters on the rocks.
Dam Big Oysters
Sweet Pickles Oysters
2. St. Viateur Bagels
263 St. Viateur West, Montreal, Quebec H2V 1Y1
Opened in 1957, St. Viateur serves some of the best bagels that rivals the best shops in New York. The difference in their bagels are that they are all handrolled and are boiled in honey water, before being baked in a wood-burning oven.
Sesame bagel with ricotta and figs
3. Ma Poule Mouillee
969 Rachel Street East, Montreal, Quebec
Literally translating to "my wet chicken," Ma Poule Mouillee specializes in serving Portugese chicken, which is marinated and grilled over charcoal fire. They also serve a proper Quebec poutine, where the fries have to be crispy, the gravy must be brown, and the cheese should squeak.
Poutine with Portuguese chicken a