Poutine, healer for the hangover, sweet gravied taters for the stomach’s soul. If a single Canadian dish could take over the world, it would be poutine. One bite of hand-cut potatoes, smothered in brown gravy and the day’s freshly made, squeaky cheese will convert any disbeliever. Add meats, veggies, or in the case of Au Pied de Cochon’s porky ducky fois gras, and you’re only improving perfection.
Length of Trip : 2 hours, open for dinner.
Cost : $23 for the fois gras poutine. Duck in a can is $43. The full menu can be found here. Poutine at Ashtons: Under $10.
Best time to go : Year round, perhaps not when you’re on a diet.
Wheelchair friendly : Yes
Family friendly : Yes
Where to eat : Restaurant Au Pied De Cochon
Where to Stay : We recommend staying with our trusted partner Intercontinental when visiting Montreal.
Getting There : Au Pied du Cochon is located at 536 Duluth Est, Montréal, QC
Note from Robin : Definitely make reservations. If you really want to make a meal of it, order one of the extraordinary seafood platters, or if you’re feeling brave, the Pig’s Head for 2.