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16 of Montreal’s Most Iconic Dishes

Smoked, roasted, baked, and fried Montreal’s culinary scene has a number of well-known icons: dishes like smoked meat sandwiches, bagels, and poutine, the sorts of things tourists won’t leave the city without trying. But alongside them are the imports, foods from different cultures (French, Haitian, Portuguese), which have all carved out space on the city’s food scene — not to mention the less internationally-renowned home-grown creations, like Dic Ann’s burgers or the orange julep.
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