From the people who brought Le Burger Week and La Poutine Week to Montreal, People Mover Tech present Kosh Week 2015From July 1-7, 11 well-known restaurants will feature a Jewish-inspired dish using locally-sourced ingredients. On top of the week-long event, on July 2nd, Kosh Week Montreal's throwing a FREE Mile End Food Tour and launch party at Maison Sociale. Check out a couple of highlights from places you can't wait to try during Kosh Week this year!

Photo cred - Kosh Week Facebook

1. Poutine Centrale

3971 Rue Hochelaga

Poutine Centrale already boasts an extensive poutine selection along with burgers and pogos. During Kosh Week, they're putting a Jewish spin on the classic poutine by replacing fries with latkes.

Poutine Centrale Website


Photo cred - Kosh Week Facebook

2. ART: brgr

408 Rue Gilford

Next week, ART: brgr is featuring shakshuka, a tomato-based dish with chilis, onions, spices and poached eggs.

ART: brgr Website


Photo cred - Kosh Week Facebook

3. Chez Boris

5151 Ave du Parc

Chez Boris is renowned for its coffee and freshly fried doughnuts. Why not have the best of both worlds and try their doughnuts paired with organic cured salmon, creme fraiche, dill, capers and cucumber in a beignewich.

Chez Boris Facebook


Photo cred - Kosh Week Facebook

4. Faberge

25 Ave Fairmount O

This go-to brunch spot in the Plateau is revamping the Reuben with corned beef, swiss cheese and sauerkraut in a poppyseed bagel.

Faberge Website


Photo cred - Kosh Week Facebook

5. Ernie and Ellie's Restaurant

6900 Boulevard Decarie

Ernie and Ellie's Restaurant offers both a Kosher menu as well as sushi. For Kosh Week, they're featuring a fusion dish with chicken nuggets, General Tao's sauce, potato latkes, and steamed rice.

Ernie and Ellie's Restaurant Facebook

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