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35 Epic Montreal Sandwiches to Eat Before You Die.

23 Apr

The chefs at Cuisinox have embarked on a quest to try the 35 epic sandwiches “to eat before you die”, as per the link below. http://montreal.eater.com/archives/2014/02/10/35-epic-montreal-sandwiches-to-eat-before-you-die.php Our group consists of the Vegan, the Nutritionist, the Chef, and the Foodie. The consensus was to try one sandwich per week and approach in the original order it listed. This may be problematic due to the ingredients in some sandwiches and the eating habits of some members. Eg: lambs brains. Therefore, we may have to skip a few of the less desirable locations. We will report on each and every location as we continue our quest to find the very best sandwich you MUST try before you die.

The chalk board with daily specials.

The chalk board with daily specials.

We started at La Bête à pain, 114 Fleury Ouest. This is a small bakery adjacent to a dining room where one can sit and sample some sweets, a coffee, or a sandwich. The room is comfortable with banquettes throughout. It has an open kitchen separated by the dining area. The counter displays fresh sandwiched and quiches. The chalkboard lists the daily specials. We started with Mimosa’s, a great menu choice, they did not skimp on the champagne. We were also offered a platter of fresh homemade bread with a salty butter, both were outstanding. As we approached the counter and read the chalk board menu, we realized that the famous “Muffuletta” sandwich was not available. Each member opted for a different selection but there was not much choice. The Vegan chose the Shredded Carrot Salad. The Nutriionist chose the Croque Monsieur. The Foodie and the Chef both opted for the famous Grilled Cheese Sandwich with a side of Fig Compote. This was by far the best choice with it’s creamy brie, provolone, and gruyere. The Croque Monsieur was average and lack pizzaz. The Carrot Salad was very filling and hearty.

Freshly baked bread.

Freshly baked bread.

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Mimosa’s a great start.

The exquisite grilled cheese sandwich.

The exquisite grilled cheese sandwich.

 

Ham Croque monsieur

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reservations are not accepted. You need to wait in line with the takeout customers and prepay your food before taking your seat. Overall, the service was very friendly and efficient. They serve queues of customers, and they never stop smiling. You don’t need to wait for your order, the staff will bring it to your table. Stay tuned for our next culinary stop….to be revealed.

 

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