Best Montreal Breakfast Poutine Restaurants
Quebec's most famous dish in the morning is delish.
Photo cred - L’Oeufrier
Poutine is the pride and joy of Montreal - you can't walk more than a block without seeing somewhere that serves it. And luckily for us, many of these establishments have taken the beloved gooey deliciousness one step further and have made specifically-for-breakfast poutines. You can now start your day right, with copious amounts of carbs and cheese, and you don't even have to feel bad about it.
25 Fairmount O
Fabergé’s breakfast poutine starts with golden home fries, mixed with caramelized peppers and onions, Quebec cheese curds, covered in hollandaise sauce, and is topped off with an egg in any style of your choosing.
1290 Beaubien E
This all-bacon bar is serving up their own creation called The Comapoutine, and trust us, it lives up to its name. The base of hash brown balls is covered in a mountain of pulled pork, all bacon sausage, spicy poutine sauce, cheese curds, salsa and two poached eggs. We hope you make it home before passing out.
Photo cred - Piccante Dolce
1653 Ontario E
The Poutine Dame Tartine lets you customize your breakfast poutine to your liking. It comes with potatoes, your choice of meat or grilled vegetables, your choice of Hollandaise or Mornay, and is finished off with mozzarella and a poached egg.
540 Desserte O
Petinos keeps their poutine simple, but oh-so-delicious. The breakfast potatoes and covered in cheese and hollandaise sauce, and if you want, you can add in bacon, sausage, or both.
904 Rachel E
La Banquise has no shortage of breakfast poutines, with 6 on their menu. La Cassouletté is the breakfast poutine of all breakfast poutines. It comes absolutely loaded with mushrooms, onions, green peppers, bacon & sausage, breakfast potatoes, and is topped with cheese curds, gravy and 2 sunny side up eggs.
2017 Mont-Royal E + 1441 Amherst + 350 Liège E
For the ultimate breakfast poutine selection, head over to L’Oeufrier. They have 11 different options to choose from, all smothered in Hollandaise sauce and cheese curds. If you’re a cheese lover go for La Jocelyne: 2 eggs, brie, curd and Swiss cheese. But if you want something a little meatier, try La Menage à Trois: 2 eggs, chorizo, Italian sausages and pork sausages.
Any Other Poutine
Poutine is always an acceptable breakfast food. Period.