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EUROPEAN GROCERY STORES IN MONTREAL&AREA

I'M CURRANTLY A STUDENT IN A MONTREAL CULINARY SCHOOL.

I WOULD LIKE TO EXPLORE THE TASTES OF EASTERN EUROPEAN GROCERY STORES AROUND THE MONTREAL AREA DO YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS .
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP

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  1. One excellent one is Boucherie Atlantique on Cote des Neiges next to corner Queen Mary. Check out their webiste: www.boucherieatlantique.ca

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    Queen Mary Restaurant
    5504 Ch Queen-Mary, Montreal, QC H3X1V6, CA

    1. This thread has lots of recommendations: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/736037

      AND PLEASE STOP SHOUTING!!!

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      1. re: SnackHappy

        thank you i didn't mean to shout?

        1. re: ALIMELI

          Alimeli, it's simply that online forum etiquette everywhere considers posts that are written all in capital letters to mean the writer is shouting.

          Let us know how your hunt goes! There's Polish deli store called Chopin and a Wawel bakery in NDG if that helps.

          1. re: TheSnowpea

            I think her name IS ACTUALLY ALIMELI...hehe

      2. Alimeli, there are quite a few Eastern European stores in the West Island as well if you are in that area.

        1. On Decarie service road, a little south of Queen Mary, there is a big Eastern European store - Budapest, if I am not mistaken.

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          1. re: Katchowhound

            Katchowhound, I'm not trying to be a smarty pants but I think the name is actually "Bucarest" if we are thinking of the same place (?). And if so, it's a very good recommendation and you've reminded me to go back there again so thank you! They seem to carry just about everything from what I remember: Russian Kefir and Polish paczki to Hungarian newspapers as well as Moldovan honey, and wines, etc. I also remember they had really good pickles, white cheeses (bialy cyr) and sauerkrauts, and herbal teas that I hadn't seen since living in Poland, etc. There is also Batory in Mile End, which has a great lunch counter, Europolonia on Amherst for Polish, and Slovenia on Saint-Laurent. I will have to look up that other thread mentioned in earlier post by SnackHappy.

          2. La Vieille Europe, 3850 St. Laurent, north of Pine, a few door south of Schwartzs. Milano Fruiterie, 6862 St. Laurent between Dante & Mozart in Little Italy

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            Milano Fruiterie
            6862 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC H2S, CA

            1. This website http://annacuisine.canalblog.com/arch...
              has a list of all things food and Polish... not sure how update to date it is since the post is from 2008... below is the list from the site

              Charcuterie Déli Polonia: 256 6e Av , Lachine,Qc (514)768-9888
              Charcuterie Monk, 6454 Boul Monk, Montréal ,Qc (514)762-4747
              Saucisses polonaises inc. 2657 rue de Rouen, Montréal ,Qc (514)526-0991
              Félix Mish (Les Aliments) 1903 rue Jolicoeur, Montréal,Qc (514) 766-2094
              Charcuterie Syrena 1463 rue du Collège, Saint-Laurent (514)748-9464
              Charcuterie Cracovie 3291 Grande Allée. Saint-Hubert (450)443-8492
              Charcuterie Varsovie. 3126, rue Masson - (514)728.5034
              Euro-deli Batory: 115,St-Viateur O -(514)948-2161
              Wawel patisserie: 2543-A, rue Ontario Est (514)524-3348
              Wawel:4301 rue Wellington,(514)767-7716
              Patisserie Rosemont: 2894 Rosemont (514)728-7711
              Patisserie Goplana, spécialités polonaises :2188 rue Centre (514)227-3766
              Warta,16043 Blv Pierrefond (514)624-6228

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              Charcuterie Monk
              6454 Boul Monk, Montreal, QC H4E3H9, CA

              Charcuterie Cracovie
              3291 Allee Grande, Saint-Hubert, QC J4T1Y8, CA

              Charcuterie Varsovie
              3126 Rue Masson, Montreal, QC H1Y1X8, CA

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              1. re: chickenbruiser

                Most places are still around but it's missing a bunch of things, there are currently eight Wawels.