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In search of truffle oil...

TravelToEat Apr 1, 2007 11:11 AM

Lately, been having craving for steak with a splash of truffle oil...

Where does one go for good quality truffle oil in Montreal?



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    Maximilien RE: TravelToEat Apr 1, 2007 11:21 AM

    2 places comes to mind.

    Gourmet Laurier on Laurier west.
    Milano in Lil' Italy.

    and maybe a 3rd place, The Spice and oil store at Jean Talon Market.

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      Nanbanane RE: Maximilien Apr 1, 2007 03:28 PM

      Olive Olive on Laurier East must have truffle oil... and judging by the quality of the oils I've bought from them, if they have truffle oil it will be top quality.

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      Laker115 RE: TravelToEat Apr 1, 2007 04:22 PM

      There are several spice and oil stores at Atwater Market that feature truffle oil.

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        celfie RE: TravelToEat Apr 2, 2007 06:32 AM

        cinq saisons on bernard or on green

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          Arktik RE: TravelToEat Apr 2, 2007 11:52 AM

          I have no way of knowing if this is true or not, but several sources claim that all truffle oil is artificially flavored (check the label to see if it says “aroma” in the list of ingredients). Perhaps you don’t really care, you like the taste regardless, in that case they have some at Les Douceurs du Marché at the Atwater Market.

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            carswell RE: Arktik Apr 2, 2007 08:51 PM

            I've also heard this from reputable sources, though they were talking only about white truffle oil. At least some black truffle oil is made with actual truffles; in fact, it's pretty easy to make yourself.

          2. carswell RE: TravelToEat Apr 2, 2007 08:49 PM

            Marché Latina on St-Viateur usually has a small selection of truffle oils. That said, Olives & épices is probably where I'll buy my next bottle.

            1. rillettes RE: TravelToEat Apr 3, 2007 07:25 AM

              I get mine (not that it's a regular purchase) at Douceurs du Marché, at the Atwater market.
              I ground chestnuts and duck confit, use this as a filling for ravioli, and drizzle a bit of the oil on top. Fine meal.

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