Have you ever wondered what it would taste like if your two favourite Montreal restaurants teamed up, swapped chefs, merged their talents and created the ultimate delicious food creation? Then check out Sysco Grand Montréal's new initiative, #ChefsÀEmporter.\nIt pairs 10 famous Montreal chefs with restaurants that aren't their own to create limited-edition dishes. The goal? "Unite industry players [and] create solidarity among chefs, by supporting each other, and working together to promote local restaurants," according to a press release. \nEditor's Choice: Montreal Is More Than Doubling The Number Of Food Truck Locations This Year\n\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sysco Grand Montréal (@syscograndmontreal)\nAs an example, Antonio Park of Park Restaurant created the AP Sandwich for Café Milano, which was available to order at Café Milano for one week.\nThe AP Sandwich is no longer available, but until May 9, the remaining pairs will be serving up unique, collaborative and delicious dishes you can try. \nThese are the pairings:\n\nAntonio Park (Park Restaurant) x Café Milano\nNicolas Dutertre (Chocolate Academy) x Gentile Pizza Parlour\nMarcus Sahou (Foiegwa & Fugazzi) x Spice Bros\nJoris Larigaldie (l’hôtel W Montréal) x 40 Westt\nGilles Tolen (Restaurant Henri) x B&M Déjeuner\nRiccardo Bertolino (Piazza Sociale) x Corneli\nSimon Mathys (Mastard) x Gentile\nThierry Daraize x Farsides\nOlivier Perret (Renoir Sofitel) x Deville Dinerbar\nFrédéric Dufort (chez Lionel) x Yo Mama’s Burger\n\nThe specific dishes are a surprise and are only revealed on a week-by-week basis. Peep the Sysco Grand Montreal website and Instagram on the Monday the dish becomes available to catch the big reveal.