I'm going to montreal this weekend. Could could anyone recommend somewhere that's very different then what I can find in the big cities in the U.S. My budget is flexible and I'm willing to travel anywhere in the city to find the best.
La Binerie Mont-Royal is the best authentic québécois cuisine on the cheap. (http://www.labineriemontroyal.com
for upscale, try Au Pied de Cochon (http://www.restaurantaupieddecochon.ca/).
You might want to consider Au 5ieme Peche a uniquely Montreal bistro with creative & delicious use of mostly local products.
Maybe Mme Bolduc?
Altough I agree the small Bistros with great food are typically Montreal as well, an unpretentious mix of French and North America...
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