I don't know about you guys, but natas are pretty much my life. Ever since I first tried them almost ten years ago, I've been legit hooked.\nREAD ALSO: Best Portuguese Chicken In Montreal\nThere's something about the flaky, sweet, creamy pastry that gets me - and I'm pretty sure everyone else in the world, TBH - every single time. Thankfully, Montreal has tons of spots to go and enjoy this treat; but a select few stand out from the bunch.\n1. Bela Vista\nvia @migbenfica\n6409 Avenue Papineau\nHonestly, if you want delicious natas that are sweet, creamy, and encased in the most perfectly flaky crust, then you've got to get yourself to Rosemont Portuguese bakery ASAP.\nFacebook\n2. Notre Dame Du Rosaire\nvia @ciaomiranda12\n227 Rue Rachel E\nFamous in the city for its above and beyond awesome natas, Notre Dame Du Rosaire is pretty much an institution in the city at this point. And one bite into their beyond delicious pastries will tell you exactly why, TBH.\nFacebook\n3. Seraphin\nvia @jadorex\n5008 Boul St-Laurent\nLocated in the Plateau, Seraphin serves up some of the most delicious treats you'll ever get to taste. Bonus points for their deliviously sweet, crisp pastel de nata, which will hit the spot every single time.\n4. Notre Maison\nvia @chefsaal\n4101 Boul St-Laurent\nAn adorable bakery specializing in delicious Portuguese delights, Notre Maison has a wide variety of awesome fare for you to choose from. Their most delicious delight, though? Their flaky, delicious natas.\nFacebook\n5. Ma Poule Mouillée\nvia @petermourelatos\n969 Rachel St E\nTrue, this restaurant might be best known for their amazing Portuguese chicken and poutines; but trust, you need to keep yourself some room for dessert. They've got tons of sweets for you to choose from, but go for the pastel de nata - it's perfectly sweet, flaky, and all-around delicious.\nFacebook\n6. Les Anges Gourmets\nvia @gnomze6\n4247 Boul St-Laurent\nIf you're a fan of Portuguese baked goods, then I've got some great news for you. This Plateau restaurant serves up some of the best Portuguese goodies you can get your hands on - including their delicious natas.\n7. Cantinho de Lisboa\nvia @tastychomps\n356 St-Paul\nAlright, friends, if there's one spot that's made specifically for legit lovers of food... this is it. Serving up an impressive lunch and breakfast menu, Cantinho de Lisboa doubles as a bakery and boutique; and their natas just happen to be out of this world.\nFacebook\n8. Romados\nvia @optometreats\n115 Rue Rachel E\nProbably the OG spot in Montreal to grab a delicious meal of perfectly roasted Portuguese chicken, Romados also happens to serve up some seriously tasty natas.\nFacebook\n*Disclaimer: All research done in this article is by the author. Restaurants never pay to be featured on MTL Blog’s “Best Of” lists; furthermore, this list represents a showcase of great spots, and is not a numbered ranking.