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Sep 6, 2013 01:59 PM

Montreal restaurants using locally sourced ingredients

I know there have been many posts on Montreal restaurants lately, but I have a specific question: what restaurants are using locally sourced ingredients? Are there any that are using more than others or do a better job using those ingredients?

As background, my friend and I will be in Montreal for the weekend. We generally like hanging out in neighborhoods (as a opposed to central commercial districts) and eating locally based food (coming from San Francisco, I can say that some favorites are Frances, Cotogna, Pizzaiolo, Rich Table, Chez Panisse). It would be great if anyone is serving grass-finished beef and that sort of thing.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions you can provide!


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  1. In short most of the good and great restaurants do. In long, here is my list (in alphabetical order):
    Bouillon Bilk, 1595 St Laurent
    Maison Boulud, 1228 Sherbrooke W
    Le Chien Fumant, 4710 De Lanaudière
    Au Cinquieme Péché, 4475 St Denis
    Club Chasse et Pêche, 423 St Claude
    Cocagne, 3842 St Denis
    Evoo, 3426 Notre Dame O
    Le Filet, 219 Mount Royal W
    Hotel Herman, 5171 St Laurent
    Kitchen Galerie, 60 Jean Talon E
    Lawrence, 5201 St Laurent
    Au Pied de Cochon, 536 Duluth E
    La Porte, 3627 St Laurent
    Le Renard, 330 Mont Royal E
    Le Sinclair, 125 St Paul O

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