The French brought many things to Canada, but hands down it is their culinary taste we appreciate the most. Quebec is most famous for its tourtières (meat pies), pâté chinois, pea soup, baked beans, cretons, ham dishes, maple desserts such as Grand-Pères and molasses treats such as "tire Ste-Catherine" (St. Catherine's taffy). And, let us not forget the greasy goodness of poutine. So bring on the fat and sugar, and dig into these restaurants that cater to all your belle province needs!\nClick here for the Best Montreal French Canadian Restaurants >\nTaverne Gaspar\n89 Rue de la Commune East Montreal, QC H2Y1J1\nWebsite\nL’Orignal\n479 Rue St-Alexis Montreal, QC H2Y2N7\nWebsite\nBinerie\n367 Ave Du Mont-Royal E Montréal, QC H2T1R1\nFacebook page\nLes 3 Petits Bouchons\n4669 Rue St-Denis Montréal, QC H2J2L3\nFacebook page\nPhoto credit Montreal, Best Food Ever Blog\nPatati Patata Friterie de Luxe\n4177 Boulevard St-Laurent Montréal, QC H2W\nFacebook page\nPhoto credit Shut up and eat\nAu Pied de Cochon Cabane à Sucre\n11382 Rang De La Fresniere Mirabel, QC J7N2S4\nFacebook page\nLa Banquise\n994 Rue Rachel Est Montreal, QC H2J2J3\nNo Reservations\nFacebook page\nBouillon Bilk\n1595 Saint Laurent Montreal, QC H2X\nFacebook page\nLa Colombe\n554 Ave Duluth E Montréal, QC H2L1B3\nFacebook page\nEuropea\n1227 Rue De La Montagne Montréal, QC H3G1Z2\nMight want to start saving up for this one because this is French Canadian fancy à la max. If it’s made it on Frommer’s as a must see in Montreal it's got to be doing something right. Celebrity chef Jérôme Ferrer was also named one of the world’s top restaurant chefs of 2012 by Trip Advisor. They’ve got interesting ways to serve your dishes such as pastrami chips hanging on a miniature clothes line, cheese cigars presented in a humidor, and an over-sized ball of candy floss in a bowl.\nFacebook page\nAre their other French Canadian restaurants that you know of that didn't make the cut and should have? Let us know!\nWritten by Amanda Fulginiti, see more of her work here.