Photo cred - delombre\nFood, food, food. I love that 4 letter socially acceptable F-word! There is nothing like gathering your friends together to explore and discover the great gustatory gems of any city, and Montreal is no exception. This city is rich with historical eateries that are definitely worth taking a bite. Not every eatery “screams” Montreal, but these ones sure do.\nClick here for the Top 10 Underrated Montreal Iconic Restaurants >\nChalet Bar-B-Q Rôtisserie\n5654 Sherbrooke Ouest\nChez Nick\n1377 Greene Avenue\nGibeau Orange Julep\n7700 Decarie Boulevard\nCosmo\n5843 Sherbrooke\nMontreal Pool Room\n1217 Boulevard Saint-Laurent\nThis is the predecessor to places like La Belle Province...and trust me it is so much better! The Pool Room serves what I consider to be the best stemies in the city, and also on the menu you'll find chicken burgers, fries, and poutines, of course since we are in Montreal after all. The restaurant even claims that legendary gangster Al Capone used to come in often to play pool, before they removed the tables to focus on the food. It's a great quick lunch spot and even better as a late night stop after a night of partying on the Saint-Laurent strip.\nRitz-Carlton Hotel\n1228 Sherbrooke Ouest\nGibby's Steakhouse\n298 Place D'Youville\nPhoto cred - @ginopags\nWilensky's\n34 Fairmont Avenue\nMagnan Restaurant and Taverne\n2602 St-Patrick street\nRestaurant Copoli\n5181 Boul. De Maisonneuve Ouest/ 4458 St.Catherine Ouest/ 19 Mont Royal Est\nWhat's your favourite Underrated Montreal Iconic Restaurant?