Is it hot in here or is it just the food? If you're looking for some heat when you eat, then you're in luck ― the Montreal restaurant scene isn't just hot and trendy, but it's hot and spicy. And with so many cultures and influences from around the world in the city, you can find something new and exciting to try when you're craving that little extra sizzle.\nWith the cold weather slowly upon us (you know it's true), adding a little heat may be just the thing you need to warm you up.\nEditor's Choice: Ardene Is Having A Huge Warehouse Sale In Montreal & Everything Is $5 Or Less (VIDEO)\nBut with so many people who aren't quite there yet and legit find BBQ chips too spicy, restaurants are willing to tone down the spice or find you an alternative so that you can still enjoy the best that cuisine has to offer.\n"How hot are we talkin' here?"\nSo hot that some of these places literally make you sign a waiver.\nLike serious heat.\nSo check out these spots around town to try some of the spiciest menus we could find.\nIf you dare...\nMa Poule Mouillé\nAddress: 969, rue Rachel E., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Jour de pluie 🐔 @mapoulemouillee 📸 @elie_eat A post shared by Tastet.ca (@tastet.ca) on Aug 17, 2020 at 9:15am PDT\nThis local go-to for Portuguese chicken is known not just for its chicken, or even its poutine, but for the spicy sauce that'll bring a little flair to your palette.\nIt's so popular that it was even featured on Somebody Feed Phil.\nWebsite\nCaribbean Curry House\nAddress: 6892, ave. Victoria, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram The comfort of a delicious stew chicken. #stewchicken #caribbeanfood #westindianfood A post shared by Caribbean Curry House (@caribbeancurryhousemtl) on Jan 5, 2020 at 7:03am PST\nCaribbean Curry House offers some incredible, authentic Caribbean dishes that'll make you sweat from the heat and from excitement. They use scotch bonnet peppers and even if you've never even heard of them, you can tell they're spicy.\nThose feeling adventurous should definitely order the jerk chicken. And while you're there, try one its famous rotis.\nWebsite\nRestaurant Tuk Tuk\nAddress: 5619-A, Chemin de la Côte-Des-Neiges, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Got noods? 😏 Our Pad Thai not only looks good, but satisfies any cravings! . . . . . . #supportsmallbusiness #mtl #mtlresto #restomtl #cotedesneiges #cambodia #thailand #cambodiancuisine #thaicuisine #thaifood #localeats #tuktuk #khmerfood #southeastasia #heat #padthai #wok #noodles A post shared by RESTAURANT TUK TUK (@restotuktuk) on Apr 15, 2020 at 12:21pm PDT\nAnyone who's ever been to Cambodia or Thailand truly understands the significance of the name, but Restaurant Tuk Tuk is one of Montreal's go-to spots for both cuisines.\nThe menu offers both spicy and non-spicy plates, but to get what this incredible cuisine is all about, you gotta go for the spice.\nWebsite\nMcKibbin's\nAddress: 1426, rue Bishop, Montreal, Quebec\nView this post on Instagram McKibbin’s gives you wings 😉 #mckibbinsirishpub A post shared by Mckibbin's Irish Pub (@mckibbinsirishpub) on Jul 8, 2020 at 11:26am PDT\nMcKibbin's is known for the Rim Reaper Challenge: 12 wings using the world's most expensive and spiciest pepper. We're talking 401.5 times hotter than tabasco sauce. It's so hot that you need to sign a waiver!\nWebsite\nCQ Montagne\nAddress: 1195, rue Bishop, Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram Trying Chongqing noodles 🍜 This dish is popular in the city of Chongqing where it's enjoyed for breakfast. Typically the noodles are thin and you can find them served in a spicy chilli oil like here at @cq_montagne 🌶 . . . #mtlfood #mtlfoodie #mtleats #mtlmoments #igersmontreal #foodstagram #igersmontral #foodphotography #foodporn #picoftheday #photooftheday #instafoodies #spicyfood #chongqing #noodles #foodphoto #bingewithanbu A post shared by 🌿 A N B A R A S S I🌱 (@bingewithanbu) on Feb 18, 2019 at 2:07pm PST\nXiao mian is a spicy noodle dish that's popular in China. CQ Montagne brought the trend to the city and has been keeping things hot ever since. In fact, it's so authentic that the team makes their own chilli sauce.\nBut don't worry, they can tone it down for our less-than-spice-crazed friends.\nWebsite\nMaquis Yasolo\nAddress: 3763, rue Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC\nView this post on Instagram 🍗POULET JERK DU MAQUIS 🍗 La semaine dernière @hangryinmtl nous a fait le plaisir de participer à notre soirée spéciale Nuit Gourmande avec le Poulet Jerk en vedette ce soir là. Regardez cette photo, on a juste envie de tout manger 🤤😋 Passez nous voir si vous voulez découvrir notre cuisine 😉 📞 +1 (514) 248-4498 📍3763 Notre-Dame Ouest . . . #maquisyasolo #montreal #mtlfood #mtl #montrealfood #eatermontreal #mtlatable #mtlmoments #mtlblog #mtlblogger #mtllife #mtlfoodie #mtleats #mtlfoodies #mtlbloggers A post shared by Maquis Yasolo (@maquisyasolo) on Mar 1, 2020 at 3:31pm PST\nMaquis Yasolo is a restaurant that blends Afro-Québécois restaurant, bringing the best of recipes and traditions from Congo and other regions in sub-Saharan Africa, as well as Quebec.\nFor a spicy fusion of cultures and flavours, you'll definitely want to check out the jerk chicken.\nFacebook\nHope your taste buds can handle it!