This store specializes in shellfish, there are many different flavors, the price is almost the same. The waiter's attitude is quite good, and he said that the sandwich inside can also try the taste. The back shellfish is very chewy.
Fairmont Bagel Fairmount Bagel is a sesame doughnut, black sesame white sesame, many people buy, a net red shop, too delicious, really delicious, so we bought twice, the bread has chewy.
The freshly baked shellfish is especially hard and crisp, and it bites into the fragrant, soft and chewy inside. The shellfish that you ate before you ate it is fake. The taste is so different. It started in 1919 and has a history of nearly 100 years. The store is small and very old, but it is open 24 hours. The kitchen is a long, long board of roasted shellfish, with a few berries in a long oven, and the little man is very skilled at this, and for the first time, he sees this mass-produced shellfish with a very large flavor of sesame, whole wheat, onion, muskmelon seeds, and cinnamon. And so, when you're about 30 different types of sesame and musk, you're full of flavors, you don't need to make any sandwiches, you don't need to brush any sauce, it's delicious, and you're selling all kinds of jams and cream cheese. Every day, only the same day of the fire of the begonia, the wall of the paper that wrote yesterday's unfinished sale.
Enjoy the art of street graffiti and the bacon that the president has to queue! In Montreal's elegant city, I've seen the art of the city's explosion, in addition to the romantic and leisurely two feelings. Besides the centuries old harbor and the city's high point Royal Hill, St Laurent Street is my favorite place! This small street full of life, not only countless art graffiti, but also a lot of delicious streetside shops! St. Lauren Street (Boulevard Saint-Laurent) is also called la Main Street, which runs from south to north throughout the city center and is also one of the most important commercial streets in Montreal. Each artist is appreciated in the graffiti area, and its creators have ideas and ideas to express. We were even more fortunate to meet the kindly locals and patiently introduce us to the meaning behind each graffiti. There was also a three-story wall around the corner! The wall was a portrait of Leonard Cohen. The Montreal-born, world-traveling poet and singer left everything he created for the city. Of course, it's not just for graffiti, but also the best begolese in the world, and the bacon that the president has to queue for! Fairmount Bagel(Bego) Location: 74 Avenue Fairmount O, Montr al, QC H2T 2M2 This is founded in 1919, it is arguably the oldest Bagel store in Montreal. The shell of the bego is toasted crisply. The bread inside is soft and chewy. There are many flavors to choose from! Schwartz's (Bacon) Location: 3895 Boul St-Laurent, Montr al, QC H2W 1X9 It is said that as long as you have been to Montreal, you will come to this bacon store! The people who queue outside, and sit in the store, can see how hot this store is! The most distinctive bacon with bread, sausage, big cakes, etc., the taste is really great! And the price is super affordable, I chose bacon sandwich, only spent RMB10.45! The price is so low, the weight is so sufficient, it is really affordable and delicious! Must remember to come here in Montreal!