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Jan 18, 2011 01:57 AM

Quiche - Where to find the BEST?

Fellow Hounders,
Where would one find the city's best quiche?

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    1. restaurants or store bought ?

      I have to admit, I've not eaten quiche in a long while.

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      1. re: Maximilien

        preferably store bought. im certain most bakeries are in the quiche business but i wonder if there's a hidden gem somewhere.

        1. re: Auguste Gusteau

          My hubby likes the quiches from Maitre Boucher in NDG on Monkland. They have quite a few varieties that differ from day to day. I don't know how they compare to other quiches cause that's the only place we buy 'em. ;-)

          1. re: Auguste Gusteau

            I wouldn't know where the BEST quiches in Montreal are, but you can find notably better than average quiches on the lower floor at Ogilvy's: Cafe Romy.

            Cafe Romy
            1396 Rue Sainte-Catherine W, Montreal, QC H3G1P9, CA

        2. You will find quiche everywhere, but I love the quiche at de Gascogne and Mamie Clafoutis.

          1. Don't know if it's the best, but I recommend that you try both the spinach and cheese quiche and the onion and sun-dried tomatoes quiche from L'Escurier (Van Horne in Outremont).

            1. I'm not an expert but I like the quiches at Kouign Amann.